NEFIN has come into operation in Sinamangal, Kathmandu
Wednesday, August 31st, 2022
The central office of the NEFIN has come into operation in Sinamangal, Kathmandu. On Wednesday, the new office was inaugurated by Suresh Ale Magar, the founder general secretary of the Federation and member of the National Assembly, in the presence of Zip Chhiring Lama Sherpa, the central member of the Nepali Congress and Federal Member of Parliament. In the inauguration program of the new office, Nepali Congress leader Zip Chiring Lama, President of NEFIN Gelje Lama Sherpa, Founder General Secretary Suresh Alemgar, Constituent Assembly member Ang Dawa Sherpa, Pasang Sherpa, former president of Former Chairman of NEFIN and CPN-UML Leader Pasang Sherpa, Former Ambassador and Member of Constituent Assembly Lucky Sherpa, Former General Secretary of Federation and Member of Constituent Assembly Pemba Bhote, Former Chairman of Federation Rajkumar Lekhi, Outgoing Chairman Jagat Varam and Former Secretary General and Chairman of Tribal Tribes Commission Ram Bahadur Thapa Magar addressed. In this regard, Federation President Gelje Lama Sherpa has informed that the hall in the new office will be provided free of charge to affiliated organizations and ethnic organizations for organizing programs. Chairman Sherpa informed that the work of the NEFIN , including the establishment of 8 departments and the operation of an organized office, has been completed. Chairman Sherpa has informed that 11 advisors will be appointed including the outgoing chairman by maintaining gender and ethnic balance. According to Chairman Sherpa, the federation will cooperate with UNESCO for language protection of indigenous tribes from 2022 to 2032 as language decade. The federation will cooperate with UNESCO on 5 issues including language, education, science, culture and conservation of monasteries and temples. Chairman Sherpa also informed that the own building of the Federation of Nepal Tribal Tribes will be constructed within 3 years and homework is being done for that.The elected president Gelje Lama Sherpa has established a new central office according to his pre-announced commitment with an agenda such as empowering the tribal movement, running an orderly office, and building the federation’s own building. A new secretariat of 21 members was elected under the leadership of Gelje Lama Sherpa from the 10th National Convention of the General Assembly held at Kawasoti in Nawalpur district on 9th and 10th of Chaitra.