The cover of this notebook gives the feel of the traditional attire of a typical Nepali person. This pattern of cloth represents Nepal and its people. Men and Women of Nepal have been using this patterned cloths for making hats, blouses, money purses and now it is used for making a cover for this notebook.
The pattern of the Dhaka illuminates the cover page of this recycled notebook. The 40 pages of this special notebook have been recycled from waste paper.
Jamarko Nepal is a small cottage industry established in 2001 A.D. to contribute towards creating a safe and sound environment as well as a means to provide employment to the underprivileged people in Nepal.
Our aim is to provide an environmentally and economically sound alternative to traditional practices that are often very polluting. We produce and promote the use of recycled paper and products, and in the process, we recycle up to 20 tons of waste paper every year (each ton of fresh paper requires 17 trees to be cut down). We also reuse the newspaper to produce bags for Eco-friendly purposes.