The UKNFS is a projects driven organisation. Some of our projects are directly run and facilitated by the UKNFS, whilst others are more orientated towards lobbying and working in partnership with others — this can be seen for example in support for fundraising initiatives in response to natural disasters, the creation of an Air Ambulance facility in Nepal, etc.
Our News page more major announcements and news about our main projects.
Current (Spring 2020) projects:
Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) assisted UK Nepali Cultural & Social Heritage Project — https://uknfs.org/uknfs-initiated-facilitated-heritage-lottery-funded-hlf-national-uk-nepali-cultural-social-heritage-project-commences/
This project includes the Nepali cuisine, home cooked authentic and contemporary food component (launches Summer 2020) — the following article relates to one aspect of this important educational project: https://uknfs.org/uknfs-facilitated-uk-nepali-cultural-social-heritage-project-nepali-food-component-landmark-event-at-nationally-prestigious-escoffier-catering-college-bournemouth/
Other major UKNFS initiated / led projects include:
The Nepal International Arts Programme [NIAP] — https://creativenepal.co.uk/
The UKNFS facilitated national UK Nepali Advice Access Project — Final Report including findings and recommendations: https://uknfs.org/uk-nepali-community-advice-access-project-final-report/
Other project/initiative areas include:
The Big Lottery funded UK Nepali Community Equality in Health and Social Care Project [EHSCP]
UK – Nepal academic institutes (principally universities) partnerships and collaboration.
The origin of these began in 2012 in regard to the NITPP [Nepal Integrated Tourism Partnership Project] initiated by our General Secretary and initiator of the UKNFS, Ram Hari Adhikari: this project led to the development of a set of MoU’s between Bournemouth University and three Nepali universities, with outcomes ranging from a BU specialist Disaster Management Team, led by world-renowned experts) providing a set of workshops, and a further set of ground-breaking workshops provided by a team of experts from the university’s prestigious Media School, in conjunction with Nepal’s renowned Nepal Press Institute.