NAB Silver Jubilee
From 21 January 2017, NAB entered its Silver Jubilee year. In these 25 years of struggle and success, it has faced a lot of ups and downs. Please go to Download link for details.
NAB is a national umbrella organization of the blind. The central executive board of the association consists of 19 with 5 reservations for Blind Women members elected by the General Assembly held every three years among the delegates form (a) the central executive board, (b) district branch representatives in proportion to its general members, and (c) five nominated by the board in which 33% are female. NAB has formed sector-wise committees in the areas of Women, Low Vision, Youth and Children. It has 40 district branches with 3000 general members across the country. The Association has planned to cover all 75 districts.
Blind and Partially Sighted (BPS) persons of Nepal enjoying self-reliant and dignified life & capable NAB.
To empower Blind and Partially Sighted (BPS) persons through advocacy capacity building and practical work.
To organise the Blind and Partially Sighted (BPS) persons by ensuring representation at policy formulation level for enhancing their rights and improving their living conditions.
समावेशी लोकतन्त्रको सार्थकता,हरक्षेत्रमा दृष्टिबिहीनहरुको अनिवार्य सहभागीता