Are you thinking of relaxing your mind and body after a tiresome workweek, after a long journey, hike, or trek through hills, and have been looking for a place that provides a body to rejuvenate your body and soul? Then “Seeing Hands” might be the perfect choice for you! A massage clinic led by visually impaired persons, “Seeing Hands”, provides you with a special sense of touch! Read More
How many of you think of reusing your sari? Most of us know they can be used to prepare Thangna (Portion of sari used for a baby’s comfort) right? Or else, they can be used as materials to use at home. Somebody wearing them? No? Not surprising, after all who wears already used clothes? Hatti Hatti is a social business in Kathmandu that is changing this perception by producing new clothes from already used Saris and creating fashionable items that one can wear with pride! Read More
Have you ever imagined that while you are busy choosing for trendy and fashionable sunglasses, someone out there is struggling for vision? When you are paying for branded eyewear, someone is suffering to pay for simple Cataract surgery and cannot see this beautiful world?
“Multiplying resources is the beauty of business” according to 29-year-old Suraj Shrestha, CEO and Founder of Anthropose, who found a solution to demand for branded eyewear and at the same time the need to support people in rural areas of Nepal who suffer from cataract.
Established in 2012, Kalpavriksha Greater Goods is a business organization that is contributing to building a network of women entrepreneurs in Nepal to promote sustainable clean energy distribution in Nepal. It is run under the umbrella of the global organization called ‘Empower Generation’. The major goal of Kalpavriksha is to distribute and sell life-saving clean energy products by establishing the network of women entrepreneurs in the remote areas of Nepal to those who are deprived of electricity and who depend on the traditional system of fuel. The CEO and Founder, Sita Adhikari, shared her experiences of the social business she started in 2011 with Bikas Udhyami. Read More
Think about the clothes you have at home that you have worn only once or twice, because they do not fit you properly anymore or you have grown tired of them. You think of wearing them one day, but you never do. You are thinking of throwing them away or donating them to the poor people outside holy shrines like Pashupatinath. But did you know that your used clothes could be best buy for people in rural areas in western Nepal? Read More