Association of International NGOs in Nepal (AIN)
About AIN
The Association of International NGOs (AIN), formed by INGOs working in Nepal in September 1996, is an important network in the development sector of Nepal as members have been implementing various people-centered development programmes throughout the hills, mountains and Terai areas.

SWC Celebrates 37th Social Service Day
AIN attended the 37th Social Service Day celebration organized by SWC. Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest of the event Honorable Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal stressed on need to make SWC's motto "Atma Saachi rakhi man vachan ra karma le sewa garau'(Let our Soul be the Witness to the Social Service Work we do from our Heart) true to its spirit. He remarked that social service is a global trend and the work & contributions of non-government organizations is commendable. However, he emphasized that one needs to be accountable and transparent, while reaching the most needy and marginalized. Nepal is going through a big political change. The new SWC ACTshould be in line with the new Constitution and meet the requirements of Regions and Provinces withinthe Federal system.The Prime Minister as the Chair of SWC stressed on the need of seeking consultation and cooperation of the INGOs and NGOs for the formulation and effective implementation of the new ACT. INGOs and NGOs are growing in number but one needs to review its activities to check if they are doing real socialwork or not. There has been news of some not being accountable and just doing work for generating income for middle class population. Read more »

MoF in coordination with AIN has organized refresher trainings on 8, 13 and 16 September 2016 at hotel Himalaya. For the purpose of aid transparency and aid predictability, Aid Management Platform (AMP), an online web-based information system set up in the Ministry of Finance. All development partners have been given access to this and they are reporting aid information into the system regularly.
AIN pays courtesy visit to the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) Secretary Mr. Secretary Yadav Prasad Koirala and Under Secretary Kosha Hari Niraula lead by AIN Chairperson Dr. Prabin Manandhar, SC Member Tej Hari Ghimire, Secretariat staff Lucky Gurung, Reshma Shrestha and Yubin Pujari. During the meeting AIN shared few key concerns regarding the security threats and attacks faced by various INGOs. AIN Chair Dr. Prabin Manandhar also raised concern over the donation drive that has been focused at INGOs working specially in the 14 earthquake affected districts.
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