Browsing Month February, 2012

AMARC – World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (Nepal)

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AMARC is an international non-governmental organization serving the community radio movement, with almost 3 000 members and associates in 110 countries.

Its goal is to support and contribute to the development of community and participatory radio along the principals of solidarity and international cooperation.


Ama Nepal

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Ama Nepal, (Mother Nepal) is a Nepali Non Governmental and Non Political Organization (NPO) established in the year 2004 registered with Chief District Officer (CDO) and Social Welfare Council (SWC) in Kathmandu Nepal. It is autonomous, non-profit development oriented  organization established entirely for the noble cause of women’s empowerment and education for the children so as to bring about radical change from the root level with the vision that “Independency is Empowerment”.


AIN – Association of International NGOs ( Nepal)

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The Association of International NGOs (AIN), formed by INGOs working in Nepal in September 1996, is an important network in the development sector of Nepal as members have been implementing various people-centered development programmes throughout the hills, mountains and Terai areas.


AI – Amnesty International (Nepal)

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AI Nepal’s vision is of a world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards. In pursuit of this vision, AI Nepal’s mission is to undertake research and action focused on preventing and ending grave abuses of these rights.

AI Nepal forms a global community of human rights defenders with the principles of international solidarity, effective action for the individual victim, global coverage, the universality and indivisibility of human rights, impartiality and independence, and democracy and mutual respect. AI Nepal addresses governments, intergovernmental organizations, armed political groups, companies and other non-state actors. AI Nepal undertakes campaigns based on the findings of the systematic and impartial researches of Amnesty International on the facts of individual cases and patterns of human rights abuses. Members, supporters and staff of AI Nepal mobilize public pressure on governments and others to stop the abuses. In addition to its work on specific abuses of human rights, AI Nepal urges all governments to observe the rule of law, and to ratify and implement human rights standards; it carries out a range of human rights educational activities; and it encourages intergovernmental organizations, individuals, and all organs of society to support and respect human rights.


AFN – Antenna Foundation Nepal

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Antenna Foundation Nepal (AFN), founded in September 2002, is an independent, non-governmental and non-profit organization, dedicated to the development of public service broadcasting in Nepal.


AEPC-Alernative Energy Promotion Centre (Nepal)

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Alternative Energy Promotion Centre (AEPC) and its staff are dedicated promoters of alternative energy systems and solutions. AEPC is a government organization to promote alternative sources of energy in the rural areas.


ADRA (Nepal)-Adventist Development and relief Agency International

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“Like East Asia, South Asia has been experiencing rapid growth in recent years, but many of the 1.4 billion residents are in danger of being left behind by their own country’s rapid growth. Many communities have none of the necessary skills to let them take advantage of new business opportunities. And despite growth in some economies, millions are left still facing the same problems their parents and grandparents faced. HIV/AIDS is widespread in some areas, due in part to the prevalence of the sex trade. Women and young girls are also trafficked across borders to be sold into service as sex workers. The need for clean water and sanitation exists in many places, and natural disasters like the 2004 tsunami have devastated enormous areas.

ADRA is giving men, women, and children the ability to better themselves and advocating for the social changes it will take for even more people to be able to live full and happy lives. For more information on what ADRA is doing in South Asia, read the stories and project descriptions by clicking on the tabs above.”


ADDCN – Association of District Development Committees in Nepal

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Establishment of democracy at the national level alone does not ensure functional, efficient and effective democracy at the grassroots such that maximum number of citizens is directly participating in governing themselves. Decentralization of the state power is the means to achieve this goal. It not only empowers local governance institutions but by so doing also brings them closer to the people, the sovereign citizens of the state.



ADBN – Agricultural Development Bank Nepal

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With the main objective of providing institutional credit for enhancing the production and productivity of the agricultural sector in the country, the Agricultural Development Bank, Nepal was established in 1968 under the ADBN Act 1967, as successor to the cooperative Bank. The Land Reform Savings Corporation was merged with ADBN in 1973.


ActionAid International (Nepal)

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ActionAid works with poor people in over 40 countries across the world. Their goal is to end poverty and they believe in doing things differently and believe that with the right opportunities, poor people will find their own solutions – and build new lives. Since 1982 ActionAid have worked in Nepal to empower the poor and excluded members of society. Over the years, the work has undergone various changes, but the focus has always remained the same. To fight for the rights of those suffering at the hands of injustice and inequality, and give them the strength and power to hope for the future. The main focal areas are Education, food security and women’s rights.


AFC-Action contre le Faim – Action Against Hunger (Nepal)

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Action Against Hunger | ACF International, a global humanitarian organization committed to ending world hunger, works to save the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger.


Society of Travel and Tour Operators Nepal (SOTTO)

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Tourism & Trekking related

Restaurant and Bar Association of Nepal (REBAN)

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Tourism & Trekking related

Patan Tourism Development Organization

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Tourism & Trekking related

Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Nepal Chapter

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PATA Nepal Chapter, in line with the spirit of PATA has ever since its inception in 1975, pursued a leading role in galvanising the united strength of its membership in the promotion and publicity of tourism in Nepal. Thereby serving its members in a distinctive manner, Then onwards it has gained momentum and continues to march ahead in full steam towards furthering the aims and objectives for the overall benefit of its members.The Chapter’s activities span over a very wide range encompassing all aspects of tourism promotion, publicity and marketing. Over the years, PATA Nepal Chapter has proven itself by undertaking various joint promotional campaigns, participated in international trade seminar, travel marts; conducted workshops, training programmes, industry dialogues; convened several international PATA conferences, meetings and travel marts coordinated PATA Task Force Team visits and hosted visit of journalists, familiarisation and educational tours originating from several PATA Chapter networks worldwide.

Tourism & Trekking related

Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA)

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Nepal Mountaineering Association was established on 1 November 1973 (2030 Kartik 16) Thursday. It is a non-governmental, non-profit and non-political organization working as a national alpine association of Nepal to promote mountain tourism, climbing sports, protect mountain environments.

Tourism & Trekking related

Nepal Canyoning Association (NCA)

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Nepal Canyoning Association (NCA) is a government registered (Rgt. # 816) association as a non-profit organization and common platform for outdoor adventure trip organizers and individual canyoneers with objectives of developing CANYONING in Nepal as an adventure sport and attractive tourism product and safeguarding the professional and business interests of its members. It is our pleasure to share with you that within a short span of time, there has been a very good response and keen interest shown from tourism entrepreneurs, agencies, organizations and even from the government officials about CANYONING. There are already more than 44 members associated with Nepal Canyoning Association currently. NCA has already signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ecole Francaise de Descente de Canyons (EFC), France and it is on the process with American Canyoning Association (ACA).

Tourism & Trekking related

Nepal Association of Travel and Tour Agents (NATTA)

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NEPAL ASSOCIATION OF TOUR & TRAVEL AGENTS (NATTA) was established in1966 (2022/11/27 B.S.) by a group of leading travel agents, who felt that it was the time to work together to formulate sound business principal and to regulate the travel industry in Nepal. The primary purpose of NATTA was to protect the in the interests of those engaged in the travel trade business, to promote its orderly growth and developement, to safeguard the travelling public from exploitation by unreliable agents. NATTA is non-political, non-profit making, non-goverenmental pioneer and national association of travel industry in Nepal. It is recognised as the main representative body of tourism industry in Nepal.

Tourism & Trekking related

Nepal Association of Tour Operators (NATO)

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Nepal Association of Tour Operators (NATO) is the apex body of national tour operators of the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal. It represents major tour operators of the country along with the operators of tour component such as hotel, airlines, golf course or the cable cars. Its members stand at height in Nepalese tourism and trade industry and provide a complete spectrum of vacation packages that are currently available in Nepal.

Tourism & Trekking related

Nepal Association of Rafting Agents (NARA)

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Nepal Association of Rafting Agents was registered (Government Recognized) on 26th December 1989. NARA is an association of all the rafting outfitters of Nepal and is the only one Association where we get all kinds of information about rafting trip in Nepal such as. Rafting information of Nepal, Rafting equipment and the rafting agencies of Nepal.
The main purpose of the association (NARA) is to introduce and promote Nepal’s rafting (River sports) in national and international sector. The association also trains people and creates job to help unemployment problem. They promote and advertise rafting in international sector and bring more tourists to help earn more foreign currency and revenue to the Government.

Tourism & Trekking related


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