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Study on Saving Behavior of People of Nepal

FDM conducted a study on saving behavior of Nepali people by gathering data from people of different age groups from eight different districts. FDM opted the research method which was exploratory in nature with adoption of qualitative and quantitative data collection tools to complete the task and deliver effective and relevant outcomes from the project. The study was directed to access Nepali people’s saving behavior, attitudes and patterns in order to facilitate the designing of interventions and development of products and services for SBFIC.

Study Area: Taplejung, Morang, Banke, Dolkha, Dhading, Baglung, Rupandehi, and Rolpa

Sample Size: 1200

Tools: FGD, Questionnaire, KII and Case Studies

Duration: 2014

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