Kathmandu – TOT Youth – Nepal Prosperity Institute – Day 3

Third and last day of our training the trainers for university students, in Kathmandu, initiated and organised by Nepal Prosperity Institute and sponsored by Thames International College. This innovative project aims to train university students run financial literacy programme to high school students throughout Nepal, at a large scale. A positive peer pressure.

Practise sessions (cont’d):

Budget exercise

setting goals

good and bad pieces of advice on shopping
ethical cases

Follow up sessions:

steps to buy a mobile phone
  

Once the steps are ready, another group tests them.

Thames College who hosted and supported this workshop

Reflecting on what wealth means

 The Graduation Ceremony:

Surath Giri, President of Nepal Prosperity Institute,
along with Kaamala Neupane, from Nepal Prosperity Institute
Courtesy of Nepal Prosperity Institute

Prakash Koirala, co-founder of Nepal Prosperity Institute

Bivhu Aryal Director of Nepal Rastraya Bank honoured us with his visit.
Courtesy of Nepal Prosperity Institute

Sophie Paine, a+b=3, on “positive peer pressure” and a last motivation and gratefulness word to students and organisers. Courtesy of Nepal Prosperity Institute

Ashish Chaulagain, Head of School and Business Technology,
and Head of Career at Thames College
Courtesy of Nepal Prosperity Institute

Well done, 1st class of Nepal graduates!

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