Words of Appreciation:*
DAS of Defense for South and Southeast Asia Dr Joe Felter — “welcome to the community of think tanks in the US!”
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Nepal Dr. Arjun Karki — “doing a great help for us.”
US Peace Corps Volunteers to Nepal — “wonderful”
Congressman Jared Polis — “will do expertise building for Nepal Congressional caucus”
And many more…
What we do
Nepal Matters for America (NMA) is a Washington DC-based private initiative. And Caravanserai Project, a non-profit 501c3 is its fiduciary. NMA was created out of an understanding in the Capitol Hill, at Nepal Congressional Caucus . NMA is a group of experts working on international relations, and Nepal’s domestic and foreign policy as well as US-Nepal relations , and they all voluntarily contribute to NMA. It’s objective is to promote the relationship between America and Nepal. It encourages interaction among experts and provides information about diplomatic, economic, cultural and people-to-people relationship in order to help deepen the ties between the two countries and their people. The Initiative primarily makes policy recommendations independently to serve the national interests of America and Nepal. It does so by doing policy research, interactions and publications, and shares its recommendations to the relevant policy agencies and individuals in Washington and Kathmandu. The works done by the initiative will be posted on the NepalmattersforAmerica.org. The website is a platform to update our followers about current information on wide range of issue areas.
Disclaimer: the views expressed by Nepal Matters for America’s associates, interns and advisors in our websites or in any outlets, unless explicitly endorsed by us, are their personal views are not necessarily official views of Nepal Matters (for America).
We are also not responsible for any kind of communications by them to any individual or organizations on our behalf using our name, unless it is officially confirmed by us.
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* Note: not official endorsement by any means, but informal friendly words.