by Anupam Bajracharya “Nirajan! Where is your English homework?” “I haven’t done sir!” “Why?” “I don’t have my English book.”
a total of 154 innovative social business ideas contributing towards the sustainable development goals from young aspirants from 12 different cities of the country were shortlisted out of which the top10 ideas presented their ideas to the jury that comprised of eminent personalities in the sector of social entrepreneurship.
King’s College, the night outs in Thamel, the cultural immersions at Pashupatinath and Bhakapur Durbar square, as well as the breath-taking snow peaks in Pokhara. I am immensely grateful for the warm hospitality of my Ne
I applied for the internship at King’s College because I am very interested in economic development, microfinance and social entrepreneurship. My main goal for the internship was to build practical skills, in particular to apply my data analytical skills to real-life projects. I also wanted to learn more about microfinance because after reading a lot about it I wanted to see how MFIs actually operate in practice.
Stressing on the need to incorporate fresh perspectives of the young generation into problem-solving, the Creative Director of Demola Global, Mr Jere Wessman asserted, “Co-creation leads to discoveries that are lost by looking only from one perspective, making problem-solving inefficient.” He shared that the core team of Demola, comprising of university students, company representatives and Demola facilitators, will jointly work on the company’s challenge starting from problem identification to solution development.