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Our organization stands to protect the interest of Nepali Diaspora and Nepalis for Nepali Diaspora living around the world. Become a member to get engaged with the Global Diaspora download SMART NRNA app from Appstore or Playstore

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Contribute to NRNA & its Projects

Be the part of philanthropic and humanitarian services conducted by NRNA. NRNA conducts relief and rehabilitation programs after disasters in Nepal annually. It supports to vulnerable and supportless migrant workers for repatriation and rehabilitation

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NRNA Mobile Blood Bus

“One Province, One Mobile Blood Bus Project” is a quality enhancement Project of NRNA for Blood Banks of all seven provinces. Each Province has a medical hub, which is facing a lot of challenges for providing quality blood service time again. 

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Message From Presidents


Honoring the trust which all the members of NRNA have nevertheless seen fit to place in us, we owe the team a debt of sincere gratitude. We are deeply humbled by the support of everyone to have us provided a fair shake to contribute to the NRNA, the Nepali diaspora and Nepali society as the designated presidents of the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA)for 2023-25.

Dr. Badri K.C

President

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Frequently Ask Questions



The term ‘Non Resident Nepali’ (NRN) defined by the law made by the Parliament of the Nepal. This term is used to indicate two types of People. It is used for persons of Nepali origin holding citizenship of countries other than member states of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) and Nepali nationals residing outside of SAARC member states.

The Non Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) was established to unite the Nepali Diaspora; utilise their knowledge, skills, resources in the interest of Nepal and involve them in the socio-economic development of Nepal and the Nepali people.

The idea of establishing a global Nepali organization (NRNA) was conceptualized by Nepalese living in Russia in 2002, later to globalize and materialize the idea, a few Nepali community leaders residing in various countries of the world met in London, in 2003 and decided to form a Coordination Committee to unite the Nepali diaspora. They also discussed the possibility of organising an international conference of NRNs in Nepal. The idea quickly got the support of the Government of Nepal and the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI). This led to the joint organisation of First Non-Resident Nepali Conference on 11-14 October 2003. The assembled NRN delegates of that conference decided to join their hands together to organise NRNA as a common forum of NRNs.

The date of inauguration of the First NRN Global Conference, i e., 11th October 2003 is considered to be the establishment date of NRNA. 11th October is also declared as NRN day by Nepal Government. The formal registration of NRNA by the Government of Nepal was on 20 October 2013.

NRN Card is an identity card issued to a Non-Resident Nepali by the Government of Nepal. NRNcard entitles card holder various benefits as listed in the NRN Act and bylaws. It is issued to those who approach the concerned government body.

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NRNA Earthquake Response

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NRNA Girls Rest Room Project

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“ गैरआवासीय नेपालीको प्रतिबद्दता,असहाय बालबालिकाको सहारा”

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NRNA Smart Rest Room Project

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NRNA Appeal- Nepal Flood & Landslide

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NRNA Covid-19 Response

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