Interview by Savina Xavier
Nepal’s rapid development is proof of initiatives at the grass-root level. NGOs at Nepal are drivers of such change, their constant efforts have fueled progress in uplifting the marginalized and poorest of poor in the country.
Back to Life (Back-to-life.org), Nepal is one such organization that has been working to improve health care, infrastructure, education, skill sets and human resource (HR) engagement in the provisions of such services.
It has been successful in engaging key stakeholders in delivering its services and has made considerable progress in reducing maternal, neonatal and infant mortality rates.
Talking about the future of Nepal, it says that the country has a lot of scope and that it is on the right track in terms of development.
It identifies the youth of Nepal as instrumental in the process of taking Nepal to greater heights. The organization believes that Nepali youth have very useful skill sets that can be tapped by the Nepal Government through creation of inbound opportunities.
Nepali Sansar finds it pleasure in interacting with ‘Back-to-Life’, which shares its experiences of working in Nepal and being part of the country’s development. Here are some excerpts from the interview:
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