NSSF Nepal with NeBA Basketball

ISF Member Organization to Strengthen Cooperation with National Sport Associations

Kathmandu, Nepal, April 3, 2024 – The Nepal School Sports Federation (NSSF) has been actively fostering partnerships with national sport associations to advance domestic sports development. In recent developments, two significant Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) were signed with the Nepal Badminton Association (NBA) and the Nepal Basketball Association (NeBA), respectively.

On April 1, a landmark MOU was inked between NSSF and NBA, signalling a new era of collaboration in promoting badminton within Nepal's school sports system and globally.

NBA and NSSF have now pledged to embark on an exciting new phase of collaborative engagement. This strengthens a dual commitment to support badminton's expansion within the school sports movement. The MOU will assist parties in attracting school-age badminton enthusiasts and cultivate collaboration between both and local authorities and other agencies within school sports by promoting sport and badminton in education.

The agreement was formalized by Mr. Raj Kumar Karki, the Secretary General of NSSF and ISF Executive Committee member, Mr. Binod Shrestha, Chairman of NSSF, and Mr. Ramji Bahadur Shrestha, NBA President.

Building on this momentum, on April 3, NSSF and NeBA solidified their partnership through another MOU. Mr. Bhim Gurung, the NEBA President, along with Mr. Binod Shrestha and Mr. Raj Kumar Karki, signed this Memorandum of Understanding. This agreement aims to start a fascinating new stage of their cooperative relationship. This fortifies a dual dedication to encourage the growth of basketball within the context of school athletics. By promoting sport and basketball in education, the MOU will help parties draw in basketball lovers of school age and foster cooperation between both and local authorities and other agencies within school sports.

Both signing ceremonies took place at the National Sports Council, which is the supreme sports authority of Nepal's government, in the presence of Mr. Mohan Kumar Karki, Vice President of the NSSF, and Sobin Raj Regmee, Secretary of the NSSF, and representatives from each related association.

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