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Ms. Rasmita Karki embarked on this goal to revive and utilize the already forgotten sewing skills of her mother Ms. Sushila Kumari Thapa. Together, this mother-daughter duo brainstormed ideas to do something from home during the first lockdowns in 2020. As a current MBA student, Ms. Karki always wanted...
Amidst all the challenges faced at a young age, Ms. Palina Rai left everything behind and came to Kathmandu with the hope to restart her life. This led her to embark on a new interest to travel and learn about herself. After visiting several villages, she discovered a new...
A responsible brand and a responsible founder is what we would describe Namrata Agarwal and her venture Vishisht lifestyle as. Leaving a stable job and following her passion Namrata has had her share of ups and downs that every entrepreneur and startup goes through but the vision with which...
Yaju Maharjan, Kritina Raghubanshi and Merisha Shrestha have known each other since early childhood. Despite the difficulties, the lockdown worked as a boon in a way that compelled them to rethink about ways to contribute towards the economy. Being fashion enthusiasts, they were drawn towards the jewelry industry. In...
Opportunity knocks when you least expect it. The massive earthquake of 2015 destroyed everything but it was also the starting point of an initiative, Tekka, that would change the lives of women from Sindhupalchowk! Tekka is a platform that showcases the creativity and skills of  women from Sindhupalchowk and works...
Ms. Parina Subba Limbu and Ms. Laxmi Rai represent the perfect example of incredible results that can be achieved when women support each other. Having worked in the social service sector for several years, they utilized their grassroot level knowledge of Nepal and the lockdown period in March, 2020...
As Albert Einstein once said, “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity”, the COVID-19 pandemic was the door that Sangita Bajracharya was looking for a long time. With the tourism industry shut down she saw people become jobless, especially the ones who were visually impaired, which made her realize...
“According to the Association of Resale Professionals (NARTS), the resale industry (Thrift Stores) is valued at around $17 billion! (Forbes, 2017) “ Shocking right?  Thanks to the rising concern for the environment, more and more people are today turning to thrift stores to purchase gently used items and reduce landfill wastes....
Ms. Bhandari, from her early age, was someone who would collect all the food wrappers and even ask her friends to never throw waste recklessly on the road. As the COVID-19 pandemic reached its peak, the growth of surgical masks on the roads deeply affected her. Even with the...
Despite working in their respective fields for over a decade, Ms. Shrestha and Ms. Katuwal were dissatisfied with the lack of creativity and decision making opportunities in their job. Utilizing the free time brought by the pandemic, they decided to work together by combining their core areas: mental health...

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