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Rural Enterprises and Remittances Project Samriddhi Rural Enterprise and Remittance (RER)/SAMRIDDHI1 is an IFAD-funded project that aims at providing sustainable sources of income to poor households, migrant families and returnees in the Eastern and Central Regions of Nepal, by supporting the creation...
IFAD, (2015)
World Bank The World Bank provides vital financial and technical support to developing countries in order to achieve the aim of poverty alleviation within a generation. To this end, it has set two ambitious but achievable goals for the world to reach by 2030: T...
UNAIDS, WORLD BANK, (2015)
Nepal And Its Relations With The World Bank - A Briefing Note For The New World Bank Country Director For Nepal Until about 1997, the relationship between Nepal and the World Bank was very 'traditional.'Lending seemed to be the central concern on both sides. This relationship changed significantly with the 1998 CAS, which placed poor governance at the center o...
World Bank, (2007)
Nepal And Its Relations With The World Bank - A Briefing Note For The New World Bank Country Director For Nepal Until about 1997, the relationship between Nepal and the World Bank was very 'traditional.'Lending seemed to be the central concern on both sides. This relationship changed significantly with the 1998 CAS, which placed poor governance at the center o...
World Bank, (2007)
Expression Of Interest: Financial Service Providers The United Nations World Food Programme, Country Office, Nepal is in the process of updating/developing a roster of Financial Service Providers for its Cash Based Transfer (CBT) modality of food assistance under different projects in Earthquake affec...
WFP, (2016)
NEPAL Annual Monitor 2016 The digital financial services (DFS) landscape in Nepal is changing, as the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) starts issuing licences to non-bank payment service providers (PSPs). Non-banks are actively engaging to set up agent networks and develop partnership...
UNCDF , MM4P, (2016)
Assessment of Agent Networks in Nepal This report focuses on assessing the existing agent networks1 in Nepal, so that the correct steps can be taken to popularize both access to and use of financial services through bank-led agent banking. After the release of electronic banking regulat...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2014)
Potential Agents in Nepal In Nepal, numerous financial institutions in a variety of forms—such as banks, savings and credit co-operatives (SACCOs) and micro-finance institutions—are engaged in expanding access to finance for the Nepalese people. Despite these efforts, a signi...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2014)
Understanding the Demand for Financial Services in Nepal Nepal has a unique geography consisting of mountains, hills and Terai, which makes it difficult for any financial institution to provide financial services to every part of the country. Formal and informal financial service providers have been attemp...
MM4P, UNCDF, (2014)
Demand Analysis on Remittances in Nepal Nepal receives a staggering amount of US$6.9 billion annually in remittance inflows. The fast-growing digital economy in Nepal hold the potential to create new opportunities with the remittances flowing into the country. Together with Laxmi Bank, we ...
UNCDF, (2019)
Digital Finance Product Concepts For Central and Eastern Nepal This report presents product concepts that will help financial service providers (FSPs) that wish to launch digital financial services (DFS) in Nepal adopt a product suite strategy and develop DFS products for Central and Eastern Nepal.Nepal has five...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2015)
Digital Financial Services In Uganda 2014- Briefing Note 1 Uganda’s digital financial services (DFS) market is led by mobile network operators (MNOs), with the main operators—MTN and Airtel—managing the vast majority of users and transactions. Uganda is considered to be one of the markets with the potential ...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2014)
Digital Financial Services In Zambia 2014- Briefing Note 1 Digital financial services (DFS) came early to Zambia, with the payment service provider Celpay launching in 2002 and Zoona in 2009. Only much later were DFS launched by mobile network operators (MNOs) Airtel in 2011 and MTN in late 2012. Despite a...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2014)
A Customer’s Journey Towards Using Financial Services In Nepal: First Steps To Access Financial Services Imagine a savings account that requires you to walk 20 kilometres to make your first transaction. Sound intriguing? Are you ready to sign up? ...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2015)
Digital Financial Services in Nepal - Scaling Up Digital Financial Services In Rural Areas Nepal is a landlocked country with picturesque, mountainous terrain. The geographical diversity makes it a challenging place for digital financial services (DFS) deployments, mainly because of low population density, poor connectivity and infrastruct...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2015)
Digital Finance Product Concepts for Western Nepal The Western regions of Nepal, unlike their Central and Eastern counterparts, are characterised by low population density and high incidence of poverty. The Western regions comprise 45 percent of the total population of Nepal, though they constitute 6...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2015)
Digital Financial Services in Nepal- Selecting Agents for Financial Services in Nepal Agent banking has been considered around the world as an additional channel for delivering financial services. However, deployments are challenged with keeping agents motivated, reducing attrition and making the model sustainable. Agent selection has...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2015)
Digital Financial Services in Nepal - Understanding the Hurdles to Scale Agent Banking in Nepal Customer perspective is an important factor often overlooked when formal financial institutions plan the delivery of financial services, especially through the agent banking channel. It is important to note that the customer we are talking about here...
MM4P/UNCDF, (2015)
Enhancing Access to Financial Services (EAFS) Mid-term Evaluation The objectives of this evaluation are: 1. To assist the recipients, beneficiaries, and the concerned co-financing partners, to understand the efficiency, effectiveness, relevance, and likely sustainability of results; 2. To assess the level of sati...
UNDP, UNCDF, NRB, (2011)
Nepal Rastra Bank Enhancing Access To Financial Services (EAFS) Project Nepal has three decades of experience in micro finance. Micro finance programmes contribute to poverty alleviation, and have been implemented throughout the country. The Government of Nepal recognizes micro finance as a particularly effective develop...
UNCDF, UNDP, (2011)
ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES PROJECT: ENHANCING ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES (EAFS) project is extending access to formal financial services for micro- and small enterprises and low income households in line with the Government of Nepal’s Microfinance Policy (2005). This project is being implemented by the body responsible for promo...
UNDP, (2012)
UNCDF Programme Framework for Financial Inclusion The Government of Nepal recognizes the importance of a well-functioning financial sector as one of the key drives in support of the Government's priority to reduce inequalities and poverty. However, challenges for financial inclusion in Nepal remain ...
UNCDF, (2015)
Nepal Development Update Remittances at Risk During 2015, and in the span of six-months, Nepal was hit by two major shocks. The first one was the April 2015 earthquakes that caused a huge loss of life and assets. The second shock has come in the form of a near complete disruption of external tr...
WB, (2016)
The Nepal HIV Investment Plan 2014-2016 This national investment plan is a renewed call for coordinated action from the public and private sectors, civil society and international partners to reduce Nepal’s HIV burden. Drawing on programmatic data and a 2013 review of Nepal’s national resp...
GON, UNAIDS, (2013)
Digital Financial Services in Nepal - Briefing Note 1: Developing a Digital Financial Services Strategy in Nepal (February 2015) Nepal is a landlocked country with picturesque, mountainous terrain. The geographical diversity makes it a challenging place for digital financial services (DFS) deployments, mainly because of low population density, poor connectivity and infrastruct...
UNCDF, (2015)
Digital Financial Services in Nepal - Briefing Note 3: Selecting Agents For Financial Services In Nepal Agent banking has been considered around the world as an additional channel for delivering financial services. However, deployments are challenged with keeping agents motivated, reducing attrition and making the model sustainable. Agent selection has...
UNCDF, (2015)
Digital Financial Services in Nepal - Briefing Note 4 : Understanding the Hurdles to Scale Agent Banking in Nepal ( June 2015 ) Customer perspective is an important factor often overlooked when formal financial institutions plan the delivery of financial services, especially through the agent banking channel. It is important to note that the customer we are talking about here...
UNCDF, (2015)