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Women of Jumla becoming self-employed


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2022 Feb 26, 14:36, Jumla

Sangita Rawal of Chandannath Municipality-6 had no income till two years ago. It was very difficult to support the family. In order to earn money, she took skilful training. Now she is comfortable with running his family.

 Sangeeta has gradually become self-reliant after the Social Development Office Jumla arranged for a month-long handicraft training to help her earn a living. "The training has given me the impression that I am directly involved in income-generating activities," she said. She says that this skill has improved our standard of living.

"We have learned the skill of earning money for a month," said Sangita. We have learned to knit hats and socks. It has become easy to sell hats and socks at the nearby market by sitting at home. This skill has improved our standard of living. ”

This training has also inspired Amrita Bharti of Chandannath-4 to become a professional. As it is a business that can be run with small investments, it can be run easily. She says that the skills learned will never be wasted and will be useful at any time. "Not only sound education but his alertness and dedication are most required."

Not only Sangita and Amrita but also unemployed women in Chandannath Municipality of Jumla have started to become self-employed by learning skills. According to the Social Development Office, such training has been organized for the economic and social advancement of poor and deprived women. These women, who once worked hand in hand with their husbands, are now able to support themselves financially. Meaning has a big impact on people's lives. They are also becoming financially capable in society. They are happy to help them become financially capable.

As women in every field have become self-reliant in recent days, others have been affected by the productive work done by the women here. His family is happy too. Chief of the District Coordination Committee Jumla Lal Bahadur Sarki urged the women to advance their skills professionally. He suggested that hand-knitted socks and hats be stronger and more durable than the ready-made ones available in the market.

232 schemes completed by Patarasi village municipality

Jumla's Patarasi municipality has completed 232 schemes in the last fiscal year. Village Municipality Chairman Lachhiman Bohora said that Rs. 191.863 million has been spent for the completion of the scheme in all the wards of the municipality.

 Schemes based on the demands of the local community have been successfully formulated and come into operation. This information was given by Chairman Bohora at the public hearing and review program of the second quarter of the fiscal year 2078-07.

In the current fiscal year, a budget has been spent on a local level playground, local infrastructure development partnership program, 2 percent of Jumla's Potato Pocket Irrigation Program, 4 percent of National Education Reform Program, 21 percent of financial equalization and 7 percent of Prime Minister's Employment Program.

 He said that the municipality has managed to spend 17 percent of the Chief Minister's Employment Program, 39 percent of the federal government's supplementary and special grants, 2 percent of the Chairman / Vice Chairman Development Fund for financial equalization and 8 percent of the Nepal Climate Change Program. Forty roads have been constructed and come into operation in the municipality. Chief Administrative Officer of the village Bishnu Prasad Dhital said that 51,000 meters of gravel road was paved in the fiscal year 2076-07 and 75,000 meters of gravel road was paved in 2077-07.

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