Nepal heads toward district status

Jack Brockley | Jul 29, 2019

Nepali Kiwanians pose with 2019-20 Kiwanis International President-elect Art Riley at the 104th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Florida this past June.

A little more than four years since opening its first club, Nepal has been approved to become a Kiwanis district.

At its June 2019 meeting, the Kiwanis International Board granted district status to the current Nepal Provisional District, noting that the nation’s members should be rewarded for their hard work over the past years.

Since the formation of its first club in 2015, Nepal recently reached 1,000 members in 50 clubs, both of which are qualifications for district status. The provisional district also has outlined strategies for future growth, education and service. District officer elections are scheduled at the annual conference in Kathmandu this September.


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