Jan 8, 2021: SABAH Nepal, an implementing partner of Parya Sampada project organizes Entrepreneur Development Training (EDT) focused on the locals of Chandragiri Municipality. Around 23 individuals from different wards of the municipality took 5 days long training.
EDT mainly focused on managing the micro business, start up and maintaining the appropriate record of investment in ratio with profit and loss. SABAH Nepal, in support of Mahila Jagaran Nepal had carried out the training.
Participants presenting her business plan
Gokul Pyakurel, lead trainer of the session indicated that
most of the participants are engaged in different types of enterprise and
eagerly learnt the managerial skills, calculation, and other components of micro
business. He stated that around 70% of participants have been fully committed
to start up the business-like soap making, doll making, poultry farming,
chocolate making and alike.
Taking systematic approach in Enterpreneurship
Sagar Gopali from ward No 8 of Chandragiri Municipality informed that he is impressed with the session of training. Having the established shop of leathers products, he used to give less priority on maintaining proper data of raw materials and sales of goods. With gleeful smile, he shared that the training was fruitful for him and built the confidence on scaling up of business, dealing with the customers, keeping the appropriate financial records.
Sagar Gopali, one of the participants, sharing his experience of training
Another participant, from Chandragiri Municipality, Renuka Shrestha was impressed with the ideas, techniques and knowledge shared in the training. She agreed that the ladies could make use of their leisure time in doll making soap or pickle production. “The small income can also support in family finance” she said. She was completely confident in establishing a new enterprise venture of doll production and invited the Parya Sampada team for technical support in future.
Supporting interested individuals for advanced training
Prabin Bajracharya, Senior Programme Manager requested the participants to utilize the training in practice as possible. “With the eager interest if the group of people seek the next level of training or any technical support, the Parya Sampada project will be managed.” He added.
Prabin Bajrachary, Senior Programme Manager, UN-Habitat highlighting on Parya Sampada Project
Bindu Shrestha, Chairperson of Thankot Mahila Jagaran Saving and Credit Cooperative Limited stressed that this kind of training uplifts the confidence of participants on how to establish a business. She added that the members from the cooperative are interested in establishing the business outlet and looking for technical assistance from Parya Sampada.
Bindu Shrestha, Chairperson of Mahila Jagaran, remarking on the different aspect of training
Talking over the phone with UN- Habitat, Durga Lal Shrestha Ward Chairperson of Chandragiri-3 thanked women groups, SABAH Nepal, Parya Sampada project and UN-Habitat for triggering the mind set of people towards business and entrepreneurship. He welcomed the supportive hands from different institutions for making collaborative effort to scale up the quality and quantity of entrepreneurship/business in collaboration with local government.
Parya Sampada projects, in support with European Union and Switch Asia, is promoting green economy based local business among people from heritage sites of Bungamati, Chandragiri, Kirtipur, Bungamati, Pilachhen and Godawari from 2018.