Non-resident Nepali Association (NRNA) is a non-profit, social organization established to promote and protect the interest of Nepali Diaspora and Nepalis living across the world officially registered under Foreign Ministry of Nepal and headquartered at Kathmandu, Nepal. The network of Nepali Diaspora represented by NRNA has developed itself into a formidable force that can represent Nepali interest globally. NRNA, ever since its establishment in 2003; has envisioned pooling and utilizing the resources of the Nepali Diaspora for the betterment of the motherland and has promoted and implemented this concept through various socio-economic activities.
Rationale of Smart Rest Room Project:
Toilets facility is a basic necessity but often taken for granted by those who have regular access. Article 30 of the Constitution of Nepal 2072 provides the right to every citizen to live in a clean and healthy environment while Article 35 provides for the right o ....
NRNA Smart Rest Room Project “NRNA’s Model Project for Nepal”