“Nepali in and outside of Nepal should unite for the common good”
A successful interactive program was held in Atlanta, Georgia among the visiting officials from Nepal government and the Nepali residents of Georgia on Friday, July 27.
During the rectangle-table interaction, Nepali senior Bureaucrat from health and finance ministries shared their thoughts and discussed the opportunities and challenges Nepal and Nepali face.
Mr. Surya Prasad Kafle from finance ministry, Dr. Bikash Devkota and Mukti Neupane from Health ministry stressed the value of unity among Nepali wherever they are residing, in and outside of Nepal.
“There are bountiful opportunities for the development, reforms, and betterment in any sector in Nepal and we should view from affirmative angle on any issue,” a participant mentioned.
“We need managers and competent leadership for any project who work with passion and commitment,” said another discussant.
“Progress has been made in many sectors in Nepal, but patience and perseverance are the key to any successful.”
Mr. Madan Ghimire, Mr. Raja Ghale, Mr. Achyutam Thapalia, Dr. Anup Srivastav, Mr. Kumar KC, Mr. Prem Baniya, Bimal Regmi among others engaged in a lively interaction that was moderated by Dr. Sanjeeb Sapkota.
The officials from Nepal came to the United States at the invitation and of the US government for a two-week meeting-cum-training being held at the Andrew Young Center for Policy and Georgia State University.
The interaction program was organized by Nepalese Association of Georgia (NAG) at Himalayan Spice where dinner was provided to all the attendants.
The program was sponsored by Dr. Anup Srivastav, NAG president Kumar KC and Dr. Sanjeeb Sapkota.