The Success of NRNA Greatly Lies on Motivating Youths in Bringing Back to the Country
- आइतबार, १ साउन, २०७४
- 6 months ago
Non-resident Nepali Association (NRNA) is a dynamic Diaspora of Nepalese community living outside Nepal. Founded in 2004, it aims to channel contributions and ideas of thousands of people from more than 70 countries through a single pipeline.
With the main motto of “for Nepali by Nepali” NRNA has been leading several exemplary projects in Nepal including health, environment, development as well as educational sector, and not to forget tireless efforts and contributions from NRNA members during natural calamities. For instance, an ambitious model village project is on progress in Laprak which was badly hit by a ruthless earthquake a couple of years ago.
Because of current scenario in Nepal, a huge number of professional brains and non-professional youths have been migrating out of the country which is definitely a big loss for the nation. Political instability and socio-economic conditions should have catalyzed such scenario (this can be a different subject for discussion). Whatever be the reason, it is unfortunate that the trend does not seem to improve in the coming years as well. However, in order to change such “brain drain” into “brain gain”, NRNA should be able to shoulder the responsibility of acting as a sort of casting net to hold them again and make use of their skills, expertise and resources for the benefit of Nepal.
Despite lots of initiatives taken so far, I still feel that either the beauty of NRNA has not been well perceived by a majority people or it has not been well taught at the grass root level. Further campaigns and actions are necessary due to the fact that in many countries including USA, UK and Australia, NRNA has only been able to attract a small fraction of Nepalese people, thus leaving a large set aside.
A remarkable progress has been achieved so far on exploring investment opportunities in Nepal. Besides, NRNA should also work on creating a strong network among professionals from various sectors and link their expertise with institutions in Nepal. As a sort of thought, a panel of veterinarians might work together with project partners in Nepal in order to improve socio-economic conditions through community participation (for instance, Laprak village can be set up as an example). Furthermore, the knowledge can also be transformed to someone who wants to go back to Nepal and run a livestock industry. I believe the success of NRNA greatly lies on motivating youths in bringing back to country which would definitely have long term benefits in many ways.
महाेत्तरी, माघ ६ । चिसाे र शीतलहरले प्रभावित तरार्इका बस्तिहरुमा नेकपा माअाेवादी केन्द्रकाे भातृसंगठन वाइसिएल नेपालको केन्द्रीय टोली कम्बल लिएर पुगेको छ ।
एजेन्सी । श्रीमतीको अंगले निर्धारण गर्छ श्रीमानको भविश्य, जानीराख्नुहोस् के हुन् ती अंग रु विवाहपछिको दाम्पत्य जीवन तब मात्र समधुर हुन्छ, विवाह पहिले नै केटा र केटीले एकअर्का बानी तथा व्यवहारबारे राम्ररी जानकारी लिन्छन् ।
विश्वभर केही यस्ता देशहरु रहेका छन् जहाँ अजब गजब नियम कानुनहरु रहेका छन् । नेपालमा एकभन्दा बढी विवाहलाइै गैरकानुनी मानिन्छ । नेपालमा कानुनको पालना गर्दै मानिसहरु एउटा विवाह गर्नेछन् ।