Call for participation from 10,000 girls and young women from across the nation
Khalti, a digital payment platform in Nepal has announced the launch of a special ‘Smart Chhori’ program. The program is aimed at empowering girls and young women in Nepal through financial knowledge and skills. As part of this initiative, 10,000 adolescent girls and women from across the nation will be trained on financial and digital literacy who will later emerge as influencers in their communities.
Nepal has a high female unemployment rate and lacking digital skills has become one of the barriers for women and girls in enhancing their career. Still today, a lot of financial decisions are taken by the male members of the family and lots of women still struggle to use smartphones and handle basic finances. Smart Chhori program is launched with an aim to encourage women and girls into digital finance and help them to be ready for what’s there to come in this rapidly advancing digital world.
Smart Chhori program is a free e-learning platform inside Khalti Digital Wallet app where girls can learn about the basics of digital payments, online security and personal finance. Girls and young women from age group 15-35 years having a smartphone and access to internet can enroll in the program.
Through this program, Khati aims to equip young Nepali girls with the knowledge, skills, and attitude which can change their lives by helping them become independent, establish good financial habits, discuss saving, budgeting, and expenses with family members and improve their future prospect for decent work opportunities.
Announcing the launch, Amit Agrawal, Director of Khalti and Coordinator of Smart Chhori program says,
“‘Digital Nepal’ and ‘Smart City’ have become buzzwords recently. However, physical infrastructures alone are not sufficient to turn this dream into reality. Digitally literate population and public participation is very essential.
“And, talking about public participation, we shouldn’t forget the role of females who comprise 51% of Nepal’s population. Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) have been playing a significant role to promote health care in villages across Nepal. We can mobilize our daughters in a similar way as the agents of change to promote digital literacy and simplify lives of people with the use of internet technology.
“Smart Chhori program is launched with an aim to prepare female workforce to change Nepal into a Digital and Smart Nepal. We request all interested girls to enroll in Smart Chhori program and be Smart Role Models in their communities.”
By enrolling in this program, adolescent girls and young women can grow their digital and financial skills and leverage smartphones and internet to make an impact in the lives of people in their communities.
How to join the Smart Chhori program?
Interested girls and young women aged 15-35 years can join the training program by clicking on Smart Chhori banner on the home screen of Khalti app (available both in iOS and Android platforms). This e-learning platform is available for female users only.
To download Khalti app: khalti.com/download
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Nepol is a gifting brand of Kaagmandu Magazine, where POL in Nepol stands for parcel of love — Nepol, the parcel of love from Nepal. In order to be less reliant on advertisers to fund our media and keep doing what we intent to do in creating an informed society, and to promote local businesses and their products/services, we have come up with this sister organisation of ours which will be working on products and services related to gifts, cakes, accessories, apparel, and many more. We can check them out in our SHOP TO SUPPORT section
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Kmag Wall Magazine
After years of relentlessly spreading our thoughts and ideas through social media in an attempt to create a collective consciousness, and to establish progressive values and views in society, we now have attempted to reach out people beyond social media through wall magazine. So far, we have dozens of subscribers who have subscribed to our wall magazine.
What is wall magazine?
Wall-magazine is basically a set of posters in frames, beautiful designed, enriched with informative and valuable contents, along with fun and arts. Since it’s a wall magazine, those posters get replaced every month with new set of posters.
What kind of contents does the posters contain?
There are different contents designed per nature of subscriber’s business. We have basically classified nature of business into the following:
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How many posters in a lot?
There will be 10 new posters in every lot.
How does it work?
When you show interest to subscribe to our wall magazine, we come to visit your place to check the place and decide the placement of frames. After you pay the subscription fee, we will fix the frames and send you the first lot of 10 posters. From next month onward, we come to your place every month and change the posters with new ones.
How much does it cost?
There are two options available for you.
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Multi-wall is 12 x 18 frames and suitable option for subscriber with bigger space.
Single-wall is A4 frames with one large 12 x 18 frames, suitable for subscriber with smaller space.
Multi-wall will cost you Rs. 500 per month and single wall will cost you Rs. 300 per month. You can opt for annual subscription at Rs. 5000, or 6-month subscription at Rs. 3000, or 3-month subscription at Rs. 1500. Similarly, single-wall will be at the rate of Rs. 3500, 1800, and 900 respectively.
How about the frames?
You don’t have to pay for the frames, but as a security deposit, you need to pay Rs. 300 per frame, which will be refundable at the time of termination of the subscription.
Can I add more posters and frames?
Yes you can if your space allows you. You just need to pay Rs. 50 per extra poster and security deposit of Rs. 300 per extra frames.
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