Third in a series of presentations by RAP3 CONNECT on lessons from the pilot.
Second in a series of presentations by RAP3 CONNECT on lessons from the pilot
NCELL are the latest private sector organisation to join the Hamri Didi partnership, offering Hamri Dids the opportunity to add NCELL re-charge goods to their basket of goods.
First in a series of presentations by RAP3 CONNECT on lessons from the pilot
MDFN was formed to enable like-minded development practitioners to share knowledge and experience, and to learn about new ideas for pro-poor market development.
Four organisations from the development, banking and private sectors are working together to enable women in the Mid and Far Western Development Regions of Nepal to establish small businesses. This month they came together to deliver training to 400 women entrepreneurs.
These guidelines have been developed to support the management of the enterprise graduate programme offered by RAP3. The guidelines set out the structure of the graduate programme, along with the roles and responsibilities of the actors involved. The procedures for the continuous assessment and for the annual performance assessment are also included, with the relevant documents provided as annexes. The guidelines also outline the ‘Continuing Professional Development (CPD)’ requirements for the graduates under the RAP3 CPD programme.
CONNECT’s primary focus is to deliver economic growth resulting in improved livelihoods over the long term. Our partnerships, with clearly defined goals and exit strategies developed and agreed with MSME partners prior to investment, are the catalysts for change.
In an unprecedented move to improve financial inclusion and support economic growth in the Mid and Far West of Nepal, Prabhu Bank Limited (PBL) has taken the bank to farmers’ door steps significantly easing a normally cumbersome and expensive process for farmers.
IMC Worldwide wins Collaboration Champion of the Year Award for UKaid funded RAP3 CONNECT partnership with Unilever Nepal Limited
a public private initiative to promote female entrepreneurs.
Idea Studio Nepal, a collaboration between academia, the private sector, and the media and development sectors, announces the call for submissions for Season Two.
Three organizations from the development, banking and private sectors are joining hands to launch a Programme in partnership to enable 100 high potential women in the Mid Western and Far Western Development Regions of Nepal to set-up small businesses.