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NGO Federation of Nepal (NFN) has received Special Consultative Status from UN Economic and Social Council. The substantive session of ECOSOC offered this status based on the  recommendation of  the Committee on Non-Governmental Organisations.

NFN and Asia Democracy Network
NGO Federation of Nepal is a memmber of Asia Democracy Network (ADN) – launched in April 2013 at the 7th Ministerial Conference of the Community of Democracies (CoD) in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – just held its Inaugural Assembly from October 21-22 in Seoul, Korea. The event, organized jointly by the Korea Democracy Foundation (KDF) and The Asia Foundation, took place in conjunction with the Seoul Democracy Forum under the theme of “Challenges of Inclusive Democratization to Civil Society in Asia: Linking Democracy to Peace and Development.”
NFN is a member of Asian NGO Coalition (ANGOC)

CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE)


The CSO Partnership for Development Effectiveness (CPDE), an open platform that unites CSOs from around the world on the issue of development effectiveness. CPDE strives to make development more effective by reshaping the global aid architecture and empowering CSOs working on the ground.

promoting development effectiveness in all areas of work, both its own and the work of others, It is guided by a human rights-based approach. CPDE works with a strong focus to support country, regional, and sectoral civil society, combining this with the coordinated regional and global work on development effectiveness.

NFN and Asia Development Alliance (ADA)

The Asian Development Alliance (ADA) is an international network of national or Sub-National multi-sectorial NGO/CSO platforms of umbrellas in Asia engaged in development issues in the context of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Asia Development Alliance (ADA) 


NFN and Reality of Aid

NFN is a member of Reality of Aid.

NFN and Together 2030

The adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015 and the commitment from all governments towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) created a unique opportunity to transform the world by 2030.Together 2030 joins the forces of civil society actors to push for the implementation and accountability of Agenda 2030 at all levels.



NFN and Action for Sustainable Development

Brief history

During the course of 2015, our leaders and governments committed themselves to several agreements that have the potential to shape the future of people and planet over the next few decades. While there are mixed views in civil society about whether the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement on climate change are ambitious enough, almost everyone agrees that civil society needs to play an active role in keeping the spotlight on these commitments, working on implementation, and holding our leaders to account for the promises they have made.

Civil society has mobilised in a variety of ways in recent years to influence the post-2015 sustainable development process and climate negotiations. Whether it was organising on policy and advocacy through Beyond 2015 and other platforms, or mobilising on the streets through action/2015 or the Global Climate March, civil society has kept up the pressure in recent years.

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