नेपाल आदिवासी जनजाति महासंघ, संघीय परिषदको सचिवालय, पहिलो चरणको आन्दोलनको कार्यक्रम (२०७३ फागुन १९ देखि २०७४ वैशाख ९ गतेसम्म)        सम्माननीय प्रधानमन्त्री श्री पुष्पकमल दाहालज्यू लाई ध्यानाकर्षण पत्र        

NEFIN’s Introduction with its Vision and Mission

Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) is an autonomous and politically non-partisan, national level common organization. NEFIN currently consists of 54 indigenous member organizations widely distributed throughout the Terai, Hills and Himalayas of Nepal.

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NEFIN’s Objectives

Develop unity among Indigenous Nationalities and fraternity among them.

Develop leadership and assist capacity building for Indigenous Nationalities by coordinating with their organizations. 

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Government Response to Indigenous issues

A Committee to formulate cultural policy and programme commissioned in 1991. 


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Interim Constitution Response to Indigenous issues

Amendment in Civil Service Act and other relevant Acts with the provision of reservation  for Indigenous people

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Indigenous People’s issues to be ensured in New Constitution

Right to self governance and  self-determination to all the marginalized and endangered indigenous people living within the autonomous states.

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Major Achievements of Indigenous People

MLD issued directives to DDCs and VDCs to spend at least 20 (later 35) percent of the grants they received on Janajati, Dalit, children, people with disabilities and women

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Areas of NEFIN and International Agencies Partnership

Empower Highly Marginalized IPs  to access and claim  to government services and resources at District and Village level.

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NEFIN’s Partner’s Profile

World Bank, The Netherlands Centrum Voor Inheemse Volken (NCIV), UNFPA , DANIDA/Nepal and SNV Nepal, IDEA Nepal, National Foundation for the Development of Indigenous Nationalities (NFDIN). 

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