Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) has come up with a detailed work-plan for the next two years to institutionalize the organisation and make it financially sustainable. Moreover, it has also fixed a timeline for the implementation of the same.
The 40th meeting of the NRNA’s International Coordination Council held in Kathmandu on Wednesday endorsed such a detailed work-plan for the first time in the history of the organisation established with the purpose of uniting and binding the Nepali Diaspora under one umbrella.
During the meeting, NRNA President Shesh Ghale, a Nepali-Australian millionaire, presented a report prepared by a NRNA committee formed to make a thorough review of various task-force active inside NRNA and determine the organisation’s future strategy.
The meeting later endorsed the report and detailed work-plan of the organisation for the coming two years.
Talking about the report, NRNA spokesperson Man KC said that some NRNA task-force have been given continuity by transforming them into permanent committees while additional committees have been formed to initiate new NRN projects.
Meanwhile, the meeting has also decided to collect Rs 100 million from various sources to build a NRNA building in Kathmandu. For this, NRNA President and coordinatior of NRNA Building Construction Taskforce Shesh Ghale is looking for an appropriate land, it was informed.
Similarly, the meeting also appointed 16 persons from various countries involved in different sectors as NRNA advisors.
Dr Hem Raj Sharma (Europe), Major Dambar Ghale (Europe), Dil Kumar Gurung (Europe), Ratna Jha (USA), Deepak Khadka (Oceania), Narendra Bhat (Middle-East), Tenzi Sherpa (Nepal), Suraj Vaidya (Nepal), Biswakanta Mainali (Nepal), Lok Bhakta Rana (Nepal), Kul Chandra Gautam (Nepal), Ram Kharel (USA), Dr Dev Kaji Dangol (Middle-East), Sashi Poudel (Europe), Shri Napit (Oceania) and Yuva Raj Gurung (Europe) have been chosen as NRNA advisors while Krishna Giri of Australia has been appointed assistant coordinator. Nepalnews.com