Non Resident Nepalese Association (NRNA)-Tanzania was formed in September 30 2013 in Tanzania and National Co-ordination Council (NCC) was approved by head quarter on October 10 2012. It is estimated that number of Nepalese residing in Tanzania is in between 300 to 350. Whereas NCC Tanzania has update information about 130 Nepalese, out of which 46 are active members who participate in gathering and different activities held by association at regular interval of time.
NRNA was established in 2060 B.S. The main motive to form NRNA is to unify Nepalese residing in different part of the globe. Nepalese citizens living outside South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) member countries or the people of Nepalese origin (PNO) holding foreign nationality other than SAARC countries are considered as Non Resident Nepalese.
International Coordination Council (ICC) is the highest global representative executive body of the NRNA. Each NCC nominates its members to represent itself to the ICC. Global NRN conference elects the ICC executive committee which consist of the president, vice president, general secretary, secretary, treasurer, regional coordinators, deputy regional coordinators, women coordinators, spokesperson, youth coordinators and deputy coordinators.
National Coordination Council (NCC) serves as the NRNA organization’s global network that is currently established in 66 countries around the globe.