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          坦森市政府向青年企業家提供資金和創業培訓

          2021年03月05日 08:30  點擊:[]

          坦森市政府向青年企業家提供資金和創業培訓

          市政府已承諾為青年自營職業方案投資6000多萬盧比。

          時間:2021年2月18日刊于:加德滿都郵報

          坦森市的科皮拉·希坦加(Kopila Hitanga)在自家院子里挖了一個池塘養魚,成為了一名企業家。她說:“我接受過漁業培訓,我丈夫也在幫助我?!彼?%的利息從尼泊爾銀行借款50萬盧比,開始了她的漁業業務。她的丈夫去年3月因疫情下崗回國,現在正在幫助她一起養殖。坦森市政府推出了一項無息、無抵押貸款計劃,以支持初創企業。

           

          市政府與農村經濟發展協會(一個致力于促進坦森商業活動的非營利社區)和聯合國開發計劃署協調,向當地社區提供培訓和專門知識,幫助他們成為自營職業者。希坦加說:“我接受了培訓,銀行還為我提供了補貼和無抵押貸款?!彼軜酚^,并相信她的魚塘會給她帶來不錯的收益。

           

          坦森市的馬丹博哈里(Madanpokhari)也成為了一名企業家。她經營著一家生產女性衛生巾的企業,目前已經雇傭了5個人,她丈夫也在幫她經營生意。他們參加了青年自營職業方案,該方案將優先照顧回返移民。她說:“我對這份工作很有信心。我也申請了這個項目?!彼墓旧a的衛生巾深受顧客歡迎。她說:“由于市場對該產品的需求增加,我感到非常受鼓舞?!彼匝a貼利率獲得了50萬盧比的貸款,還計劃借更多的資金來擴大業務。

           

          施拉旺·拉姆薩(Shrawan Lamsal)在國外工作了四年后返回尼泊爾,隨后立即加入了青年自營職業方案。由于新冠疫情,他被迫失業回家,接受了農村經濟發展協會舉辦的奶牛養殖培訓。拉姆薩現在擁有五頭牛和一頭水牛。他以3.92%的利率向銀行借了50萬盧比的貸款。他表示:“我的收入一直很可觀,我有信心能按時支付分期付款和利息?!?/p>

           

          這些企業家是坦森市政府發起的促進自營職業倡議的受益者。市政府表示他們為許多外國回返者樹立了榜樣。坦森市長阿肖克·庫馬爾·沙希(Ashok Kumar Shahi)說,他們的目標是在本財政年度雇用800名青年。市長表示:“疫情無疑影響了我們的計劃,但我們有信心能在本財政年度雇用500名年輕人?!?/p>

           

          據他介紹,第一階段已有236名青年申請加入該計劃。沙希說:“我們將嚴格篩選項目,并在作出適當評估后進行投資。該計劃使青年人能夠開辦自己選擇的企業?!彼a充道,他們已向大多數選定的青年人提供了培訓。市政府已在尼泊爾銀行存入1500萬盧比作為抵押資金。市政府已承諾根據協議向青年自營職業方案投資6000多萬盧比。

           

          年輕人可以無抵押地獲得高達50萬盧比的貸款。根據青年自營職業方案的指導方針,政府將向蔬菜生產、種子生產、畜牧業和畜牧業、花卉業和園藝業等部門的青年提供補貼和無抵押貸款。甘納什(Ganesh)造紙廠的老板說:“過去,我們被迫以高達24%的利率借錢,現在市政運動極大地幫助了像我們這樣夢想啟動高端項目但缺乏資金的人?!?/p>

           

          據尼泊爾銀行坦森分行經理蘇拉吉·吉米爾(Suraj Ghimire)稱,截至目前已有120人接受了這些貸款。他說:“如果他們按時支付利息和分期付款,他們也會得到折扣?!彼f在大批尼泊爾人由于國內缺乏就業而被迫出國務工的時候,這個項目是一個很好的舉措。初創企業一直面臨著高利率的問題。這樣的項目將使年輕人能夠在自己的國家工作,并阻止人才外流?!?/p>


          農村經濟發展協會(Rural Economic Development Association)執行主任利拉·巴哈杜爾·卡基(Leela Bahadur Karki)說:“帕爾帕當地政府、捐助機構和組織除了向青年人提供無息、無抵押貸款以促進自營職業外,最近一段時間還積極維護帕爾帕里·達卡布的身份?!痹撚媱澲荚谌陜扰囵B至少1500名達卡企業家,每年培養500名企業家。

           

          Translated by Yan Jin

          Verified by Fu Xiao

           

           

          Kopila Hitanga of Tansen Municipality became an entrepreneur by digging a pond in her yard to rear fish. “I have received fishery training, and my husband is also helping me,” she said. Hitanga borrowed Rs500,000 at 3 percent interest from Nepal Bank to start her fishery business. Her husband, who returned home last March from an overseas job after being laid off by Covid-19, is providing her support. He lost interest in going abroad to find employment after joining his wife in her new venture. Tansen Municipality has launched an interest-free, collateral-free loan plan to support start-ups.

          The municipality, in coordination with the Rural Economic Development Association, a non-profit making community working to promote business activities in Tansen, and the United Nations Development Programme, has been imparting training and know-how to local communities to help them become self-employed. “I received the training, and the bank also supported me with a subsidized and collateral-free loan,” said Hitanga, who is optimistic that her fish pond will give her a good yield.


          Uma Aryal of Tansen Municipality, Madanpokhari has also become an entrepreneur. She opened an enterprise that produces women’s sanitary pads, and has hired five people. Her husband is also helping her to run the business. Aryal is among the 235 beneficiaries who participated in the Youth Self-Employment Programme that has accorded top priority to returnee migrants. “I had confidence to work. I applied for the programme,” she said.

           

          The sanitary pads produced by Aryal’s firm have been well received by customers. “I am very encouraged as demand for the product has increased in the market,” said Aryal, who has taken a Rs500,000 loan at a subsidized interest rate. She plans to borrow additional capital to expand her business. Shrawan Lamsal joined the Youth Self-Employment Programme immediately after returning to Nepal from his foreign job in which he was engaged for four years.

          Covid-19 put him out of work, and he was forced to return home. He received training in dairy farming conducted by the Rural Economic Development Association. Lamsal now owns five cows and a buffalo. He took a Rs500,000 loan at an interest rate of 3.92 percent. “I have been making a handsome income,” he said. “I am confident of being able to make my instalment and interest payments on time.”

          These entrepreneurs are examples of the beneficiaries of the initiative launched by Tansen Municipality to promote self-employment. The municipality claims that it has set an example by employing foreign returnees in the country. Tansen Mayor Ashok Kumar Shahi said their aim was to employ 800 youths in the current fiscal year. “Covid-19 has certainly affected our plan, but we are optimistic of employing 500 youths this fiscal year.”

          According to him, 236 youths have applied to join the programme in the first phase. “We will select the projects and invest in them after making a proper assessment,” said Shahi. "The programme enables youths to open a business of their choice,” he said, adding that they had imparted training to most of the selected youths. The municipality has deposited Rs15 million as collateral at Nepal Bank. The municipality has pledged to invest more than Rs60 million in the Youth Self-Employment Programme as per the agreement.

          Youths can take loans of up to Rs500,000 without collateral. As per the Youth Self-Employment Programme guideline, subsidized and collateral-free loans are given to youths in sectors like vegetable production, seeds production, animal husbandry and livestock farming, floriculture and horticulture. “In the past, we were forced to borrow money at an interest rate of up to 24 percent,” said Chunu Pandey, proprietor of Ganesh Paper Plant. “The municipality campaign has greatly helped people like us who have dreams of launching upscale projects but lack funding.”

          According to Suraj Ghimire, manager of Nepal Bank’s Tansen branch, 120 people had taken these loans as of now. “If they pay the interest and instalments on time, they will get a discount too.” He said that the programme was a good initiative at a time when hordes of Nepalis are forced to travel abroad due to lack of employment in the country. Start-ups have been facing problems of high interest rates and obtaining loans is also a big hassle. “Such programmes will enable the youth to work in their country and stem the brain drain,” said Ghimire.

          Besides offering interest-free, collateral-free loans to youths to promote self-employment, the local government, donor agencies and organisations in Palpa have been active in maintaining the identity of Palpali dhaka cloth in recent times, said Leela Bahadur Karki, executive director of the Rural Economic Development Association. "The scheme aims to produce at least 1,500 dhaka entrepreneurs in three years—500 entrepreneurs annually.

          Original Link: https://kathmandupost.com/money/2021/02/17/tansen-municipality-supports-youth-entrepreneurs-with-cash-and-training

           

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