Barpipal Savings and Credit Cooperative Limited (BPSCCL)
Doti | Province 7
History and Key Successes of the Organisation
A Brief History of the Organisation
Barpipal Savings and Credit Cooperative Ltd is a member based organisation established in 2063 B.S., registered under the Cooperative Act. It is located in Ghanteshwor of Doti. The farmers and social workers of Ghanteshwor started the cooperative to promote and market their agriculture based products in a commercial way. This was facilitated by Made Nepal. There were forty-five members from fourteen farmer groups that were interested in becoming members of the Barpipal but only twenty-eight of these were eligible. The main purpose of the Cooperative was to promote the marketing of the farmers’ agriculture products and provide financial and nonfinancial support to its members.
Organisational Strategic Information
To create self-reliant people and an inter-dependent society.
To promote savings and mobilise credit for productive activities.
To uplift the economic, social and political status of target beneficiaries.
- To mobilise savings from members and make loans to members at reasonable interest rates;
- To provide better financial and non-financial services to members in the areas of productivity and income generation, by identifying their primary needs and income generation capacity;
- To conduct several activities for the organisational development of the cooperative, as well as building good relationships and co-ordination with local, national, and international organisations.
Self-help, self-responsibility, democracy, equality, equity and solidarity.
Integrity, openness, social responsibility and caring for others.
Geographic Areas Covered
Ghanteshwor & Laxminagar of Jorayal Rural Municipality.
Women, children and farmers.
Networks and Affiliations
Member and Staff Diversity
Current Partnership/Donors (maximum of three)
Phased Out Projects (maximum of three)
Gaira, Ghanteshwor, Jorayal Municipality, Doti
Bhakta Bdr Aale, Chairperson
Last Updated: May 2018