Bikas udhyami

Through the Bikas Udhyami blog, we share our perspectives and analysis on Nepal’s state of affairs and development. In addition, as part of our blog we provide insights into our work and activities.

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We Found Business in Emotional Intelligence: The Story of My Emotions MatterApril 2, 2019 Suraj Subedi (Bikas Udhyami)
The most common thing they have is overthinking. They think a lot. It doesn’t lead to the solution. It is about assuming things and that keeps running around the head. They lack emotional literacy. If people could level the impact of their emotion, these things could be solved easily. It helps to manage the emotional things. But unfortunately, we do not know the names of the emotion we have. We don’t know to expect good, bad, depressed sad etc. Depressed is the most mistakenly used prediction nowadays. We should work something more to spread emotional vocabulary. Read More
Burn but not Undone; The Story of Radhako Burn SurvivorsJanuary 21, 2019 Suraj Subedi - Bikas Udhyami
The fire burnt her body, not her courage. She went on starting something of her own not only for her but also for other women burn survivors. And now have been the example of what a burned body can do. There are 19 other burn survivors working with her. Read More
SISTEER NEPAL DAY 2: BIKAS UDHYAMIJanuary 1, 1970 CAPT SOCIAL INNOVATION (Sin Yeou Donovan)
We’re off to visit our first organisation of the trip, Bikas Udhyami! Bikas Udhyami was a great way to introduce the social innovation scene in Nepal to us as it is an organisation that focuses on capitalizing the abilities of youths in Nepal (who makes up almost 40% of the population there). As many of us were first time visitors to Nepal, the presenters from Bikas Udhyami helped to put Nepal in perspective for us. Read More
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP BLOG SERIES ISSUE NO. 15: BIKAS UDHYAMI: DOING DEVELOPMENT DIFFERENTLYJune 13, 2018 Bikas Udhyami
A key element of our approach is that we focus on working in partnership with government for all our products and initiatives in order to support national systems and to facilitate scale-up. We believe that rather than complaining about things that are not being done, it is more useful to support the government in doing things. Read More
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP BLOG SERIES ISSUE NO. 14: Creating A Sense of Belonging Through Service; The Story of Help2ShineFebruary 6, 2018 Bikas Udhyami (Lokmani Subedi)
Those who didn’t have holidays have these now. Those who didn’t have respect and dignity in the place they worked, now work in a professional working environment. We are creating such stories together. Read More