• 8th Global Conference

    on Human Development

    Oct. 29 - Nov. 2, 2012

    Conference Link


    “I had a great time working with the ICA Nepal tech team.  Consisting of staff & volunteers, they worked tirelessly to make sure everything ran smoothly.  From late night wiring sessions to early morning projector setups and everything in between I could not be more proud of the work that we were able to accomplish.” Lloyd Philbrook, Taiwan 

  • "Thank you for a wonderful experience at the ICA Global Conference.  The topics were essential areas for us to focus on for the future of our planet.  I met both new and old colleagues, all eager to make a contribution.  I complement the team for weave such a rich tapestry of dialogue, reflection and commitment.  Well done!", Janet Sanders, PEOPLEnergy, Canada 


Kushendra B. Mahat
Executive Director
Babar Mahal, Kathmandu,

Contact: + 977-01-4224145
Fax: + 977-4220450

About Us
>>Global Network
ICA Nepal is part of a network of autonomous ICAs worldwide, working in developing and developed countries. The Institute of Cultural Affairs has 50 years of experience of building human capacities through participation, training and facilitation activities and setting up community development program. The ICA is concerned with the 'human factor' in development, strengthening human capabilities in the public, NGO and private sectors.

The Institute of Cultural Affairs International is a global network of national member organizations located in the following countries: Australia,Bangladesh, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Chile, Côte d’IvoireEgypt, Guatemala, India, Japan, Kenya, Malaysia, Nepal, Nigeria, Peru,Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Uganda, United States, Zambia, and ZimbabweClick here for a full contacts list.

The Institute of Cultural Affairs International serves the global network through:

Capacity building and training for member organizations;
Facilitation of networking and interchange among members; 
Coordination and support of programs and initiatives involving multiple member organizations; 
Enabling the effective engagement of member organizations in local, national, and international policy dialogues; and
Expansion of the network through the establishment and development of new national ICA organisations.

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