International award received by Prakash in LondonPosted 10 months ago by Rabindra Ojha
Youth Prakash Koirala working in the field of financial literacy in Nepal has been successful to receive the Financial Innovation award 2017.
Koirala received this award for his excellent and commendable work in the field of financial literacy. He obtained a trophy along with 2 thousand 5 hundred pounds. He was awarded the prize at a ceremony in London jointly from the executive director of secure trust bank and presenter of the BBC television network Claudia Winkleman.
London institute of banking and finance and UK finance asks different organizations for the award to contribute to inclusion fields every year. With this year’s award by London institute of banking and finance and UK finance, the innovation award has completed its 20th year.
The organization established by Koirala (Fin Lit Nepal) to contribute to the fields of financial literacy is working in Nepal in collaboration with various banks as well as financial firms of Nepal to promote financial literacy. This organization also has been helping people to initiate small scale and medium scale works with the aid from banks and financial firms. Along with this, this organization also has been focusing in rural communities to provide the concept of monetary value to the local people and the use of budget in the local level for transparency and accountability.
After receiving the award the director of Fin Lit Nepal, Prakash Koirala in his brief reaction said that this award has given them the international identity and has added confidence in them. In the upcoming days, we will approach the distant places of Nepal by preparing online as well as offline materials for financial literature promotion.
Two years earlier, Koirala had received youth financial awareness award in London. On December 10, 2015 he was granted the award by Valerie Georgina Howarth, Baroness Howarth of Breckland at a ceremony at the house of Lords.
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