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FIBRE BAG ENTREPRISE: Better Livelihoods, Better Environment - Sindhuli - Youtube

Abstraction: Every Saturday, Januka Thapa and her friends go to local market in Sindhuli to sell the fiber bags they make as part of their micro enterprise. The bags, which quickly drew everybody's attention, has become an environment-friendly alternative to plastic bags in the area. Encouraged by locals, Januka's group now lead a campaign to make their home town Sindhuli a plastic free zone. The earthquake on 25 April, 2015 devastated the Namuna fiber bag enterprise and they had resumed work under the open sky. But with immediate support from Rapid Enterprise and Livelihoods Recovery Programme (RELRP), a UNDP project funded by the Australian Aid, these women entrepreneurs were able to get back to business quickly. A year after the devastating earthquake, their business is slowly flourishing.

Duration: 0.00 - 6.25 min
Location: Sindhuli
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0.10 sec:: Every Saturday, Januka Thapa and her friend comes to t the market (Sindhuli) to sell fiber bags.
0.27 sec: They have started a campaign to make Sindhuli "A Plastic Free Zone".
0.32 sec: Januka Thapa(Micro Entrepreneur,Sindhuli) says plastic is not biodegradable but fiber decomposes easily in mud and turns into manure.
0.51 sec: Januka says we take our products to sell in the market once in Saturday, we sell both wholesales and retail product and we should pay a levy of Rs.20 per week for the stall.
2.10 min: Januk as well as her friends took a training under the Micro Enterprise Development Program (MEDEP) given to the underprivileged women.
2.17 min: After the training MEDEP supported them with a sewing machine. MEDEP also gave a daily lunch stipend of Rs.25 during the training, they saved their daily lunch stipend.
2.30 min: They purchased 15 kg of fiber clothes with their saving and made 15 thousand rupees.
2.45 min: Again they brought more fiber clothes with the 15 thousand rupees and in the first few months they were in slight loss but later they recovered all their loses.
3.21 min: The fiber bag price ranges from 110, 90, 80 to 40 rupees.
3.29 min: The Earthquake on April 25,2015 devastated the Namuna Fiber Bag Enterprises, the CFC was destroyed along with materials and machinery .
3.45 min: After the earthquake they resumed their works and went to the District Micro Entrepreneur Group Association (DMEGA) to share their problems.
3.56 min: The DMEGA and MEDEP quiclky helped them to construct a new CFC with financial support of 350,000 rupees and 131,000 rupees from them.
4.15 min: RELRP provided psycho-social training to the Micro Entrepreneurs.
4.24 min: RELRP provided 5 fiber cloth roll and machines and other necessary materials.
5.03 min: They collect all the money at the end of the month, pay their loan installments, the costs of threats and other things and equally shares the rest between them.

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URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGbJqgQJMnk
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Publisher:
UNDP,Nepal ,   (2016 )
Type / Script:
Video-Media in Nepali - नेपाली
Keywords:
BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, INDUSTRIAL SECTOR, LARGE ENTERPRISES, SMALL ENTERPRISES, TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS, MEDIUM ENTERPRISES, BUSINESSWOMEN, OCCUPATIONS, ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN, WOMEN IN BUSINESS, WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS, WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT, WOMEN MANAGERS, WOMEN WORKERS, WOMEN'S EMPLOYMENT
Thematic Group:
 UNDP : Social and Institutional Developoment
Thesaurus:
12.03.00  -  Conditions Of Employment
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