MOU with IUCN

A Memorandum of understanding has been signed between Canada Foundation for Nepal (CFFN) Canada and International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) Nepal office to pursue collaborative research in the areas of mutual interest such as sustainable development of Nepal, equitable management and use of natural resources, rural and urban planning, and development and dissemination of knowledge and information. Currently, both parties are working for the publication of a book titled, “Sustainable Rural Livelihood Systems in Nepal”.

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Suggestions submitted to the Constituent Assembly of Nepal

By: The Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA)

on The Future Framework of the Constitution of Nepal

2009 May 02

I. Introduction

Nepal has gone through a process of huge political transformation in the recent past and the Non-Resident Nepalese (NRN) community has been following closely the developments within the country and has made its own contribution in various ways to this process. The country is now in the process of writing a new constitution and the NRN community wanted to submit its own suggestions to the Constituent Assembly (CA). Accordingly, the International Coordination Council (ICC) of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) established a Constitution Recommendation Committee (CRC) to collect suggestions from the NRN community residing in different parts of world and collate and crystallize them in a concrete set of suggestions. The Committee was composed as follows: Continue reading