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NRNA supports to internationalize WWRF’s ‘Mero Gaun, Mero Thaun’


25 February 2020  

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KATHMANDU: We Will Rise Foundation (WWRF) has partnered with the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) for its video challenge competition ” Mero Gaun, Mero Thaun” to internationalize the event.

Amid a program, WWRF and NRNA have signed an MoU for partnership on Tuesday.

Speaking at a program, NRNA Vice President Arjun Shrestha said that the video challenge will help to boost the local tourism destination to the international arena while the place will be benefited from socio-economic growth.

“It is one of the best ways to promote Visit Nepal 2020 Campaign”, he said.

Similarly, WWRF Chairman Nirmal Shrestha opined that with this partnership, winning videos will get the international platform.

Similarly, he said that the aim of organizing the video challenge is to identify the local touristic spot and help to develop the required infrastructure to promote it.

To participate in the program, anyone can send the video having a full HD quality (1920*1080) with a time frame of a maximum of 5 minutes. Organizers will select 70 videos for various ten categories. The best video of each category will be awarded amid a program in April.

Publish Date : 25 February 2020 16:22 PM

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