Corporate Social Responsibility
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NIBL is committed to building and maintaining a strong relationship between the Bank and the larger community.

 

In order to do so the bank invests in various projects that promote our heritage and the arts, in education & health initiatives, various NGO programs, sports as well as in supporting the less privileged sections of our society. Each year, NIBL sponsors a diverse range of programs that encourage a strong corporate culture of giving in the name of charity and responsibility to our community and nation.

Some of the major initiatives taken by NIBL towards the society welfare are listed below:

 

UNHCR
The bank donated Rs. 900,000 to UNHCR as a part of its ongoing support for providing educational supplies for Bhutanese refugee students. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugee Agency (UNHCR) is mandated by the United Nations to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and to resolve refugee problems worldwide. The organization has been working on securing the rights and well-being of Bhutanese refugees in Nepal for almost two decades now.

 

Nepal Children’s Organization (NCO)
The bank donated Rs. 75,000 for Nepal Children’s Organization (NCO), an organization that has been committed to improving the lives of children throughout Nepal since 1964. NCO aims to provide a solid foundation for orphaned and abandoned children and helps rehabilitate dependent children of prisoners. NCO seeks to promote child rights, adoption of children (nationally and internationally), provide education for children from low income families, and strengthen the capacity of its nationwide network.

 

Pashupati Briddashram
NIBL organized a charity event to aid Pashupati Briddashram, which is the oldest old-age home in Nepal. It is funded and managed by the Ministry for Women, Children and Social Welfare and aims to support elderly people by nursing and caring for them.


Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children
NIBL made a contribution of Rs. 15,000 to the Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children (HRDC). HRDC is run by a non-government organization established to provide better services and support to disabled children. HRDC provides comprehensive high quality medical care and rehabilitation to children with physical disabilities, especially amongst the poorest sections of the population.

 

Friends Club
Shrawan NIBL sponsored Rs. 600,000.01 to Friends Club, a Nepalese football club playing in the ‘A’ division league in Nepal. It is hoped that the support will encourage the sport among other Nepalese and also help build a strong competitive league.

 



 

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