In collaboration with UNCDF and UNESCAP, Khalti has been empowering and digitizing women-led Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) through training and workshops. Its major purpose has been to make women financially more independent.
“It was an honor to make our little contribution in empowering and digitizing women-led businesses. We believe our (Khalti) training will help them to promote their sales more efficiently and grow their business” said Project Co-ordinator of Khalti Digital Wallet, Mr. Prabhat Kumar Jha. “We have also introduced MSMEs to Khalt’s hyperlocal marketplace i.e. Khalti bazaar. It provides free digital marketing of their services and products for increasing their sales” added Mr. Jha.
“Working with Khalti, UNDCF, and UNESCAP has been both personally and professionally
delightful for me and our members. We, SABAH Nepal and The Village by SABAH, are grateful to be a part of this phenomenal campaign. MSMEs indeed need such support to sustain and grow effectively.” said one of the participants from the workshop, Snegdhata Shrestha.
To boost this program, collaborating with banks, Khalti has been helping many women create a bank account at zero cost. The idea of conducting a digital financial literacy training program has made women-led enterprises understand the scope of receiving and digital payment. To make smooth payment, Khalti has also been providing bulk payment service enabling bulk transfers from the WOMEN MSMEs organizations’ accounts to their individual bank. Likewise, Khalti has also been providing up to 4% cashback on every top-up, Khalti QRs for free of cost, and 500 SMS to promote their business.
Khalti Digital Wallet is still running the training and workshop about digitizing and empowering small businesses. Anyone interested can join by contacting them through their social media.