Government is preparing to launch programmes to restore the ecological balance and to minimize the impact of climate change on human lives.
Minister for Finance Janardan Sharma said it on Friday while presenting the bill to replace the ordinance budget introduced by the erstwhile government.
Minister Sharma, delivering a speech on the substitution bill in the meeting of the House of Representatives, shared that development programmes and projects would be implemented taking into account the factors such as sustainability, climate resilience and inclusiveness.
Meanwhile, budget speech stated that open spaces would be arranged in various urban areas including Kathmandu Valley to maintain clean environment and for the greater good of public health. Public gyms and public gardens will be constructed in the local level, Minister Sharma shared.
Similarly, the government is going to facilitate for providing agricultural tools and materials, technology, knowledge, and marketization to optimize agriculture produces.
Various exemption and discounts schemes and subsidized loan will be provided by the government to the wannabe entrepreneurs to run small and medium scale industries, informed the Minister.
The government will also introduce a scheme wherein the cooperatives can open their sister organizations and invest 50 per cent of their loan in the agriculture and production sectors, he said.
Source: National News Agency Nepal