The Bank has always come forward to give back to the society. As the new campus building will help for the quality education of more than 3000 students, it is proposed to provide financial support to the Campus. The provided amount will be utilized by the Campus for the construction of the Campus building.
Shelter is a voluntary non-government organization established in 2014 which envision a society where children are safe, protected and have access to all the rights. Shelter uses “Sports” as the fundamental therapy to help the street children as it gives them the opportunity to be seen and heard. Shelter works for children, development of women and their empowerment and upliftment of farmers.
The Bank has planned to support them by analysis the following mileages:
Budanilkantha is a municipality in Kathmandu District in the Province No. 3 of Nepal. Now, there are large density of population in that area. In that place in order to maintain social security and safety for the people, Community- Police partnership program is being carried out. In the same program, they are going to carry out various social awareness program which includes training for children, women, senior citizens related to self-defense and safety.
The program will have:
In this regards, they have sent proposal for support in the program. As the activities is related for the safety and security in that place, the Bank has supported the program.
Nepal Mega College students are going to build child friendly space and infrastructure in Shree Jalapa Secondary School. The school is located in Sunkoshi Rural Municipality-7, Kothe Sindhupalchowk, Province No. 3. The school was affected by devastating earthquake- 2015. The school is partially damaged and has not been renovated properly. Recently government has constructed a two storied building consisting 8 rooms and have painted the new building and a one storied building is under construction. The main problem is that the old building wasn’t managed and renovated properly and there is lack of child friendly space in the school. There is lack of proper and maintained classrooms for the children for smooth study. Being the only school in the community nearby it lacks of child friendly space, improper playground, not well-managed classrooms and lack of bathrooms and furniture that have also constituted to poor condition and leading to lower enrollment of students after the earthquake.
The students have made the following planning for the betterment of the school:
In this regards, the students from Nepal Mega College have sent proposal to the Bank for support in their initiative. As Mega Bank has always come forward to give back to the society through various Corporate Social Responsibility activities, the Bank has supported their noble cause which will be utilized for Play Ground Management in which they are purchasing one swing, one slide and one sea-saw for the students of that school.
The organization is involved in devotional activities to quench the thirst of spiritual seekers, educational activities to assist in the character development of the children and help adults in practicing values in daily life through Sri Sathya Sai Education in Human Values program and various service activities to help and serve the needy.
Different activities of Sathya Sai Center Kathmandu:
Mega Bank has always come forward in addressing the Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility towards the community, institution and individual. Giving continuity to the same and as per the support letter sent by the Sathya Sai Center Kathmandu, we supported to purchase new sofa set and tea table for their office area.
Positive Inspiration Campaigning Nepal is an organization which is concern with the public health. In reference to address the mentioned subject, they are planning to organize three days Health camp related with eye, social pressure and gynecologist.
Mega Bank has always come forward in addressing the Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility towards the community, institution and individual. Giving continuity to the same, the Bank has supported.
NeCaSS is a community based non-profit making voluntarily non-Governmental Organization (NGO) established by group of cancer survivor’s volunteers and their family members in accordance with organization Act 2034 with a sublime view to uplift & to help cancer patients, their families and general public of the community living within Nepal with an objective to promote cancer awareness and prevention, screening, counseling, and advocacy.
NeCaSS is registered under District Administration Office of Kathmandu and affiliated with Social Welfare Council on apex body of Government of Nepal on B.S. 2074 to achieve the organization’s goal. Nepal Cancer Survivor’s Society has been conducting various cancer awareness programs, formal & informal counseling and sharing experiences of survivors programs at different level since its inception.
Purpose of the Project/Programs:
NeCaSS has proposed the Bank for the sponsorship in their project. As this is one of the noble project where the Bank wills invite customers and staff for the above mentioned check-ups and tests which will be one of the Bank’s CSR activities. Hence, the Bank has supported.
Mega Bank has always come forward in addressing the Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility towards the community. Giving continuity to the same, the bank has provided sweater to the student of Jageshwor Secondary School Bhimsen RMC-8 Gorkha.
“Winter Warmth -4” underpins project is going to be organized by the students of St. Xavier’s. It is a charitable event organized by the students of BSW with the aim of serving the underprivileged children and household of various areas of our country. The actual needy people will be identified through need assessment and donated with the winter clothes. The program has been divided into 3 parts: fundraising, crowd funding and charity event.
The Chepang are one of Nepal’s most disadvantaged indigenous groups and are classified under the ‘highly marginalized’ category on the basis of a set of socio-economic indicators, such as population size, language literacy rate, house type, landownership, occupation and access to higher education. According to the recent Nepal Living Standard Survey, almost 90 percent of Chepang live below the poverty line, earning around 6,000 Nepali rupees per capita annually. It highlights some of the main obstacles Chepang people face in terms of accessing education services, livelihoods, development aid and participation in governance.
Mega Bank has always come forward in addressing the Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility towards the community. Giving continuity to the same, the bank decided to help those Chepang families for their nightmare nights to make it warmth through the student of St. Xavier college from their Winter Warmth project. For the same the Bank has provided financial assistant.
Broadcasting of CSR jingle about Girl Education, women harassment/ abuse and other social awareness related with women through Kantipur FM and Ujyalo FM.