September 09, 2019
Jyoti Bikash Bank has always fostered the idea of making productive impacts in the society. JBBL strives to give back to the society through enabling people to make their future better and also through pure philanthropic projects to make the societal structure better. In this regard, JBBL has handed over Rs. 2,00,000 to a non-governmental organization e-Nable Nepal that provides 3D printed prosthetic hands to disable children, on the occasion of its 11th anniversary celebration through its CSR fund namely “Hamro Bikash Prabardhan Kosh”. The amount was handed to the General Secretary of e-nable Nepal, Mr. Surendra Shrestha by Mr. Hari Chandra Khada, the chairman of Jyoti Bikash Bank and Mr. Manoj Gyawali, CEO of Jyoti Bikash Bank.
e-Nable Nepal is a non-governmental social organization registered with Government of Nepal and Social Welfare Council. e-Nable Nepal is committed to serve the children with disability specially those who have lost hands due to different reasons or by birth by providing 3D printed prosthetic hands which will help the children to ease their daily life along with the access to health, education and skill development training. e-Nable Nepal aims to level the field for the deprived children through these 3D prosthetic hands and prepare the children for future and not miss out on opportunities because of their disability and also build up their confidence.
The type of impact that the organization aims to have towards the society is commendable and also aligns with the core values, purpose, mission and vision of Jyoti Bikash Bank. The support provided by the bank will be used by e-nable Nepal to develop the 3D printed prosthetic hands to 10 children. The sustainable and long term impact the project has on the lives of children with such disability is positive and JBBL is thankful to have had such platform to help the society.