Long life to AIDIA !


Congratulations to our partner Sunil KC, former President of Youth Foundation Nepal. 

Sunil Kc has established a new research institute in Kathmandu, Nepal: the Asian Institute for Diplomacy and International Affairs.


Next meeting on March, 11th 2014:

the Annual Economic Diplomacy Conference taking place at Hotel Himalaya, Lalitpur, Nepal. 


Background of the Conference

AIDIA Annual Economic Diplomacy Conference in the theme “Making Nepal an Economic Hub in Asia”. It is Nepal’s biggest brainstorming event, bringing together the most relevant leaders and experts from business, finance, diplomacy, academia, government, and civil society.


Objectives of the Conference 

1. To provide a platform to exchange ideas from different experts from the various countries to express their views for improvement of diplomatic relations and economical circumstance of Nepal.

2. To prioritize the economic and political situation of Nepal in International level for improving the country’s policy and economy.

3. To keep economic diplomacy in the front line of Nepalese foreign policy for the promotion of trade and business relationship among the countries.

4. To get ideas and knowledge from different experts nationally and internationally to flourish country’s economy globally

5. To make a network nationally and internationally

6. To strengthen Nepal’s economy by establishing multinational companies and producing entrepreneurs

7. Create employment opportunities to decrease foreign remittance and making the country more sustainable 



1. Mr. Surendra Pandey (Former Finance Minister of Nepal)

2. Rensje Teerink (Ambassador of EU to Nepal)

3. Ms. Meera H. Sanyal (Former CEO/Chairperson of Royal Bank of Scotland, India)

4. Mr. Rajendra Kumar Khetan (Chairman, Khetan Group)

5. Dr. Sergey V. Velichkin (Ambassador of EU to Nepal)


Asian Institute of Diplomacy and International Affairs (AIDIA)

Kirtimargh, Buddhanagar, Kathmandu, Nepal

Phone No. +977-01-2299527

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Ready, Willing and Able

« Youth is not a troublemaker. Youth is a change maker. »
says Juju Kaji, a Nepali social worker.
2012. At one difficult time of national history, Nepali people face new challenges every day.
And still, youth is in the game