Review progress of SDG 6 (Wash) in National Context
NFN welcome and felicitate the newly elected FNJ team
Members of executive board of NFN holding the 7th board meeting at Kathmandu
NFN President Gopal Lamsal felicitated to newly elected FNJ member Roshan Puri.JPG
Civil Society Leaders with Minister of Women Children and Social Welfare at Kathmandu
Welcome to NGO Federation of Nepal
NGO Federation of Nepal (NFN) emerged as an umbrella organisation of NGOs in the aftermath of democratic political change and establishment of multiparty parliamentary system in 1990. Since its establishment in 1991, the NFN apart from defending NGOs’ autonomy has been fighting for promoting human rights, social justice and pro-poor development. Today, it has evolved as a leading civil society organisation in Nepal with 6,089 NGOs affiliated to it from across the country and has also received Special Consultative Status from UN Economic and Social Council.