Nepal Assosiation of the Blind (NAB)


Nepal Association of the Blind (NAB) is a non-Governmental, non-profit making national organization of the blind, formally established in 1993. The central executive board of the association consists of 17 including 6 blind Women members elected by the General Assembly held every three years. It has 7 Province Committees, 52 district branches, 30 Municipal branches with 3000 general members across the country. It is also affiliated with World Blind Union (WBU) and Asian Blind Union (ABU), National Federation of Disabled Nepal and Social Welfare Council. Its Main purpose is to promote and protect rights and interests of the blind and partially sighted (BPS) people through lobbying and advocacy. Mainly, it works on - Workshops and Seminars for promoting human rights, inclusive education, voters education, disaster risk reduction, inclusion of BVI people in development mainstream, accessibility etc, Capacity Building, Employment Promotion, Income Generation support, blindness prevention and controlling of blindness, Education support, Trainings for the empowerment of BPS people through institution/community based rehabilitation (CBR). At the central level, Association runs computer training, music training, mobility, counseling, audio books production, Braille books printing and Women hostel. The association encourages the branches in conducting vocational training, saving and credit activities, sensitization training, leadership training etc in order to achieve the sustainability. NAB has started registering all the branches in the local district administration office.

Project of NAB

NAB Organizational Strengthening Project at Central Level
Inclusion Project running since 2016: Illam, Sindhupalchowk, Gorkha, Kailali, Surkhet
Rehabilitation Programme:
Completed: Chitwan, Dang, Bardiya, Rupendhi, Nawalparasi, Kapilvastu,
Now Running since 2016:  Mahottari and Makawanpur
Project Running for the people with deafblindness since 2019: Rupandehi
 

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Vision


Blind and Partially Sighted (BPS) persons are enjoying self-reliant and dignified life by means of capable NAB. 

Mission


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Goals


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Objectives


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