Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.” Gautam Buddha
The heterogeneity in cast, ethnicity and culture, diversity in ecology and recurrence of natural disasters make Nepal is one of the countries in most need for the support of foreign Non-Governmental and Development Organizations. At present, around 200 International Non-Government Organizations (INGOs) have been formally set up with their country offices in Nepal. Many others have been providing cross-border support.
The Non-Government and Development sector is widely criticized for being non-compliant with the local laws. They are also appraised for being non-transparent and eroding the social harmony and cohesion subsisting between the people. The organizations sometime find themselves in awkward place in absence of clear and well understanding of local laws and regulations.Pioneer Law provides overall and complete service to our clients from Non-Government and Development Sector right from entry point to exit from Nepal and from conversion to expansion of their activities. Pioneer Law assists the clients in obtaining permission / approvals, provide guidance to set up local offices, draft various polices and documents related to their operations, and help them on employment, visa, immigration and tax related matters. Pioneer Law has extensive knowledge and experience of day to day operational issues and regulatory concerns related to Non-Government, Development Sectors.
Pioneer Law provides services to the INGOs across the globe and working in the different social fields such as agriculture, livestock, health, education, human rights and other social subjects, disaster including the foreign diplomatic missions, international organizations and various foreign government departments working in Nepal.A team of dedicated and experienced attorneys at Pioneer Law is involved in providing service to the clients in this sector.
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