Base for Rural Development

"The Qualitative Expansion of Micro-finance"

Base for Rural Development

"The Qualitative Expansion of Micro-finance"

Base for Rural Development

"The Qualitative Expansion of Micro-finance"

About Us

Chhimek Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd. registered as a Company in December 2001, received its banking license in January 2002, from Nepal Rastra Bank (The Central Bank) under the Development Bank Act 1995. It was established by the Neighbourhood Society Service Centre (NSSC), which carried out earlier its own microfinance activities in Mahottari and Chitwan districts of Nepal.

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Message from CEO

Microfinance, introduced during the 70’s, has become an instrumental tool in poverty reduction all over the world. This program is providing financial services to low income households at their door steps and has immensely improved their socio-economic conditions. Chimek Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited has been providing microfinance services for the past eleven years to deprived and vulnerable households residing in various regions of the country. This bank primarily focuses on providing microfinance services to deprived women and establishing a habit

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Chhimek at a Glance

Data till Poush 2074

335227
Happy Clients
240495
Loan Clients
62
Districts
126
Branches

687
Staff
99.99
Repayment Rate (%)
0.08
Overdue Loans (%)
0.17
PAR (%)
Annual Reward for Unit/Client

Chhimek is organizing yearly unit gathering program in all branch. Unit representatives could share their experiences and give feedback about the program. The first three best units are getting cash prize and next three units are getting certificate and consolation prize on this occasion.

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Self Discipline Program

Under this program CLBBL member can conduct the monthly meeting by themselves. They can select the proper candidate for meeting conducting among them. CLBBL will train her and she will able to make new group and conduct monthly meeting. CLBBL will provide certain incentive for her through unit.

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Scholarship

Six best units are awarded in each branch every year. One scholarship of Nrs.200 is provided to each unit.

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Discipline Member Welfare Fund Saving

At least three years old unit, have 20-25 members and they all have good credit record are eligible for this fund. CLBBL will provide Nrs.50 for 20 member’s unit & Nrs.250 for 25 member’s unit in each meeting. This amount is deposited in member welfare fund. This is nonrefundable can be withdrawn for illness, education and skill training. This reward is for their effort to make the unit best.

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Latest News
Tablet Banking Training

Tablet Banking Training completed in Kohalpur for Digital Mahila.

18 January 2018
AGM Completed

16th Annual General Meeting (AGM) has been held on Kartik 24, 2074 in Hotel Samana Pvt. Ltd., Makwanpur.

18 January 2018
Hardware Training

Hardware Tranin has been completed in Bharatpur.

18 January 2018
Tablet Banking Training

Tablet Banking Training completed in Itahari for Digital Mahila.

18 January 2018