The Non residence Nepali Association (NRNA) is recommended to change its mission from “uniting Diasporas globally” to “coordinating resources and efforts of Diasporas globally for helping Nepal". The current mission is too vague, hence, carries little meaning as stated.

Mission

The Non residence Nepali Association (NRNA) is recommended to change its mission from “uniting Diasporas globally” to “coordinating resources and efforts of Diasporas globally for helping Nepal". The current mission is too vague, hence, carries little meaning as stated.

The new mission will allow NRNA develop a new strategy and action plan that may actually help bring the Diasporas together around a common cause.

As Nepalis continue to grow in number outside the country, the impact of their combined strength is also expected to grow. However what is that strength, how it is going to channel into helping Nepal, and what role will NRNA play to make it happen is still in question.

Plausibly, NRNA will continue to face challenges bringing meaningful investment to Nepal, pressing the decade old organisation shift its focus from current path to a new direction for its survival.
The vast majority of NRNs believe that their biggest asset, vis-à-vis Nepal, is their skills and experience not bank account.

Collectively, they possess hundreds of years of advanced knowledge and expertise acquired through education and working experience in the most developed nations. If properly tapped, it can have a much bigger impact on Nepal’s future than few million dollars investment it’s working so hard to bring.