Kumari Bank organizes financial literacy program in occasion of Global Money Week in 50 locations
KATHMANDU: Kumari Bank's branches have participated in various financial literacy programs in over 50 locations across the country.
The financial literacy program targeted various professionals, students, labor groups, athletes, and communities in both accessible and remote areas of the country. More than 3,000 people took part in the bank's program.
The bank implemented the program in all parts of the country, including remote areas such as Karnali, Sudurpaschim, and Madhesh.
The bank has held financial education programs in the provinces of Rukum, Dailekh, and Karnali, among others. The selected areas included participants from the youth, women, elderly, and other groups.
The bank recognized the significance of financial literacy among young students, as well as other classes and communities, and launched programs representing various sectors.
The bank has taken steps toward creating a financially conscious society by reaching out to labor groups, professionals, athletes, community members, farmers, and retirees.