• On Jul 30 & 3 likes

    Ever wondered about what Mark Zuckerberg's, Richard Branson's and Simon Cowell's morning rituals are?

    Below is an infrograpic on how worlds's 10 of the successful entrepreneurs spend their mornings.

  • On Jul 27 & 2 likes

    As part of our #MotivationalMondays , we will now be posting an inspirational story each week.

    This week we have chosen the story of Maidan (मैदान) Futsal.
    Thank you Avash Gunner Ghimire for your time
    You can view the story here http://isap.org.np/inspirational_stories
    If you wish to view the video, you can click the link here https://youtu.be/j2eQGXHL6_w

  • On Jul 23 & 1 likes

    Its Thursday and we are back with yet another infographics related with entrepreneurship.

    Below are the six ways you could live like an entrepreneur.
    Like what you see? Comment below and share among your friends who see themselves as an entrepreneur in their future.

  • On Jul 22 & 13 likes

    ISAP has been actively involved in earthquake releif program.

    Along with ピースウィンズ・ジャパン Peace Winds Japan, we successfully distributed 300 sets of toolkit for Demolition and Debris Management for 1030 households

  • On Jul 16
    With 1 Comments
    & 2 likes

    Below are the top top 16 reasons why people want to be an entrepreneur.Do you wish to be an entrepreneur?

    If yes then what are your reasons?Let us know on the comment section below.
    More post on entrepreneurship coming up. So stay tuned and do tag your friends who are interested in entrepreneurship!

  • On Jul 14
    With 1 Comments
    & 18 likes

    Few days back ISAP signed an Memorandum of Understanding with Peace Wind Japan.

    ISAP will now work hand in hand with PWJ to provide more aid to few of the most earthquake affected areas in Nepal. Together we are aiming to distribute CGI to 1030 households Cheers!

  • On Jun 26
    With 1 Comments
    & 4 likes

  • On May 22 & 4 likes

    A big thank you to theAudience for helping us reach our fund raising goal!

    With his donation, we are working on providing micro-loans at 0% interest to restart a local milk collection cooperative.

  • On May 02

    Updates for today.

    Partnered with Kehi Garaun to pair up Nepal Engineer's Association building usability assessment teams with Nepal Police. Nepal Police wants usability assessment done for people still living in temporary centers and see if they can be moved back to houses or shelters needs to be provided. Second, we helped APADM and PWJ procure about 7 tonnes of relief material to be distributed tmr and another 17 tonnes to be distributed on tuesday. Third, we also managed to book helicopters for the next two days to deliver relief material and conduct search and rescue in inaccessible areas of sidhupalchowk. Meanwhile, our CBO partner has prepared a list of HH beneficiaries from Kobhinde VDC where we will distribute relief material tomorrow and on monday/tuesday.
    Help us continue to work harder by donating below. ...Read More

  • On May 01 & 1 likes

    Relief and Rebuild Sindhupalchowk and Gorkha

    Hi Guys! Following up on yesterday's post, so today we identified another local organization we can partner with for effective distribution of relief material in another village called Kubhinde. Although we haven't worked with this organization , Janahit, before they come highly recommended from our partner organisation TUKI. We asked the local community based organization (CBO) to collect household data for this village of about 700 HH and organized them into 7 areas with each area represented by member in the local in the mgmt comittee. So once we prepare the standard relief material, we will send them to the mgmt comittee and they will distribute within their area. We distributed biscuits for immediate assistance but will go back in 2 days once we sort out the procurement here. When we distribute the material we will do further assessment for a longer term solution. If you would like to assist in this process, please use the link below to donate. Read our description on how methodology and donate only if you agree with our process. http://www.youcaring.com/emergency-fundraiser/relief-and-rebuild-sindhupalchowk-and-gorkha/346594#

  • On May 01

    Our plan for the relief work is this.

    We all know people need some form of food and some form of shelter in the immediate aftermath. So in terms of relief we are looking at max 2 weeks of food. Then its about helping people identify local resources. So in this village in sidhupalchowk (sano sirubari), we took some relief material today. Next plan is to get a small generator to lease it to the local mill there so people can start to remove husk from rice grain they have in stock. After this the village no longer will require food aid. We are encouraging locals to use corrugated sheets from collapsed houses to construct rudimentary shelters. A simple pit latrine is being dug there. It will probably be operational tmr. in this village with about 700 people no houses were standing when we visited on Sunday. I understand each village will have differing need. So we have to assess each villages need n work on it instead of just distributing plain relief material. Thats the story of one village. Tomorrow I am travelling to the surrounding villages where we have started work and assessing their needs and identifying smart solution to provide relief.
    after we work on relief, then we can work on reconstruction as well.
    One more point, I also believe you have to work with local resource person originating from the village. ...Read More

  • On Apr 20 & 5 likes

    Startup Grind Kathmandu

    Some photos from yesterday's event

  • On Apr 19 & 25 likes

    April Start-up Grind with Amit Agrawal

    TODAY! On the April edition of Startup Grind Kathmandu, we will be bringing people from software industry in Nepal. Our aim is to help you find good companies to work with, new vendors to explore, talent to recruit and mentors to help you grow. The networking session would be preceded by a talk by Mr. Amit Agrawal, founder of Janaki Technologies.

    Let's celebrate the entrepreneurial journeys of young start-ups in Nepal! :)

  • On Mar 14 & 6 likes

    Startup Grind Kathmandu hosts Manohar Adhikari (Foodmandu.com)

    Start-up Grind is not only about getting inspired by great entrepreneurial journey but also meet new people who could be your future collaborators, vendors or mentors. On our previous edition, an fabric entrepreneur met with an large wholesaler of RMG and they are doing business together! Be inspired, network and let your business flourish!

  • On Mar 02 & 2 likes

    ISAP co-hosts Start-up Grind Kathmandu

    In the February edition, we brought together individuals working in the RENEWABLE ENERGY field in Nepal. We aimed to help you find good companies to work with, new vendors to explore and talent to recruit. The networking session was preceded by a talk by Bir Bahadur Ghale, a Ashoka Fellow who revolutionized the Micro Hydro industry in Nepal by established a 50 kilowatt system in Barpak, Gorkha in 1991.

  • On Feb 13
    With 1 Comments
    & 25 likes

    Startup Grind Kathmandu hosts Bir Bahadur Ghale ( Hydro Energy Concern )

    ISAP co-hosts Start-up Grind Kathmandu! This is an event where we try to bring individuals working in the RENEWABLE ENERGY field in Nepal. Our aim is to help you find good companies to work with, new vendors to explore and talent to recruit. The networking session would be preceded by a talk by Bir Bahadur Ghale, a Ashoka Fellow who revolutionized the Micro Hydro industry in Nepal by established a 50 kilowatt system in Barpak, Gorkha in 1991. For more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/978965325464590/?ref=22

  • On Feb 05 & 2 likes

    Startup Grind Kathmandu hosts Bir Bahadur Ghale ( Hydro Energy Concern )

    Bir Bahadur Ghale is from the village of Barpak in the Gorkha district, with a population of approximately 6,000 people. Agriculture is the mainstay of the Barpak economy, and those males who do not pursue agriculture often join the armed forces of India, Singapore, and Britain (which once included service in Hong Kong). Bir Bahadur resolved from an early age to follow a different career path. He attended high school in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, but always aspired to return and contribute to the development of his hometown.

    In 1986 Bir Bahadur went on a trip to Hong Kong. He was dazzled by the cosmopolitan city and noticed how vital an influence electricity had on the way of life there. Hong Kong was driven by electricity. The underground metro, the tramway, cable cars, elevators—almost everything was powered by electricity. He imagined how life in Hong Kong would change if electricity ceased to exist. The bustling city would tear apart. He thus realized that electricity is a critical commodity.

    While working as a petty contractor for the construction of a highway in 1989, Bir Bahadur stopped by a village hotel, noticing to his surprise that in the middle of the mountains this hotel had working electric power. Investigating, he found that the energy came from a simple water turbine at a nearby mill. He thought of his home village, 1,900 meters high in the mountains, a two- to three-day walk from the nearest settlement. Without power, his neighbors lived a difficult life cut off from the basic amenities and infrastructure available to city residents. Facing many challenges, he built and established the 50-kilowatt micro-hydropower plant in his village in 1991. The plant was small, but it was enough to light all households in Barpak village. Since then, through combining demand-driven electricity generation with ropeway transportation, he has transformed the economy of the village. This process has provided new alternatives for the youth of his town, and for the future of rural communities in general.


    https://www.facebook.com/events/978965325464590/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming&sid_reminder=8601912001658093568

  • On Jan 18

    ISAP co-hosts Start-up Grind Kathmandu

    In the February edition, we brought together individuals working in the RENEWABLE ENERGY field in Nepal. We aimed to help you find good companies to work with, new vendors to explore and talent to recruit. The networking session was preceded by a talk by Bir Bahadur Ghale, a Ashoka Fellow who revolutionized the Micro Hydro industry in Nepal by established a 50 kilowatt system in Barpak, Gorkha in 1991.

  • On Jan 17 & 5 likes

    Startup Grind Kathmandu hosts Subexya Bhadel (Crossroads Apparel)

    Its your chance to meet the entrepreneur designer, Subexya Bhadel and learn how she has managed her business

  • On Jan 03 & 4 likes

    Uncovering Opportunities: Entrepreneurial journey of Durga Khad Thakuri

    आधुनिक तरिकाले कृषि गर्ने हो भने कतिको फाईदा छ त कृषिमा? दुर्गा थकुरिले ८ लखबाट गाई पाल्ने व्यवसाय सुरु गरे । ३ बर्ष खुब मिहेनत गरे । अहिले उनि मासिक १ लाख भन्दा बडी आम्दानी गर्न सफल छन् । सुनौँ उन्को सफलताको कथा उनिकै शब्दमा । https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRDNwLLG-G8

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