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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

WWF Nepal, Nabil Bank to promote Green Enterprises


Kathmandu, February 5

In a bid to promote sustainable business practices and green entrepreneurship, Nabil Bank and WWF Nepal have entered into a maiden landmark five-year partnership.

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Dr Ghana S Gurung, Country
Representative-WWF Nepal and Anil Shah, Chief Executive Officer-Nabil Bank at the WWF Nepal Office in Baluwatar.
The objective of the association is to explore different avenues and work together in driving and influencing sustainable business practices while carrying out awareness of environmental and conservation issues.

Additionally, both the parties will work together in identifying and encouraging Green entrepreneurs by providing market linkages and
financial assistance as agreed upon in the MoU.

Speaking at the event, Shah said, “Nabil Bank has initiated a Greenovation campaign to foster and facilitate innovative ideas of Nepali youth
towards building sustainable businesses that add value to our environment. We look forward to working with WWF Nepal in identifying and incubating such projects so that they can be implemented in a manner that makes our Nepal a little bit greener, one step at a time.”
“As an organisation focused on conservation, we want our actions to continue building the foundation for a sustainable Nepal, and one of the ways we can do so is by fostering such partnerships with the private sector and tapping into green and sustainable solutions,” stated Gurung.
This partnership supports WWF Nepal’s Generation Green Campaign that seeks to provide young people with greater engagement opportunities in conservation and sustainable development.
The idea is to dovetail the domain knowledge of WWF in maintaining and building sustainable environments in Nepal and Nabil Bank’s capabilities in supporting sustainable initiatives so as to work together to build a Greener Nepal.
The MoU formalises the use of knowledge, resources, and networks of both organizations efficiently and effectively to undertake development and environment conservation programmes.

from OnlineKhabar http://bit.ly/2Bvf1nh

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