Two components make up financing for projects and part projects that arise from the Rural Development Program namely:
- Making money available for capital grants
Money for capital grants will be raised through company sponsoring and private fundraising activities. In principle all of the money raised in these ways will be spent entirely on the project for which they were raised. Additional donations not earmarked for any specific allocation and superfluous to running costs will be reserved for current projects.
On top of this wherever possible microcredit organisations will be involved in with the investments villagers make. It is important to emphasise and encourage the ability of the villagers to take responsibility and cope for themselves. To enhance awareness in the Netherlands of the way in which the countryside is developing in Nepal, wherever possible crowdfunding will be used to finance microcredit.
The extent of the asset position of Nepalfonds ought to be such that the obligations can be fulfilled that arise from current projects and that continuity of Nepalfonds is guaranteed for a maximum of three years. The treasurer must submit an annual report as to this.