Friendship Foundation Nepal (FFN) was established in 1991 by a group of enthusiastic young Nepalese people. We had and still have the intention to help in the development process of Nepal through voluntary service and to introduce Nepal to the outside world through deeper co-operation.
FFN is paying efforts to create unique voluntary opportunities for the Nepalese and international youth and has successfully hosted more than 3000 international volunteers in Nepal.
FFN emphasizes the importance of international youth exchange and voluntary services. We believe that these global campaigns are contributing to the creation of better understanding, peace, and harmony amongst people. We want to encourage young people in the contribution for a better world wherever they live, voluntary service is a way to do so.
FFN is registered in Kathmandu District Administration office according to Organization Registration Act-2034 of Nepal. NIFC-Nepal (former name of the FFN) is a founding member of the Network for Voluntary Development in Asia (NVDA) and member of Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service (CCIVS) at UNESCO Paris. It is working closely with dozens of national and international voluntary organizations in the world.
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