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  1. 1.  Established on 8th December 1985 at Dhaka with 7  nations from south Asian countries  Headquarters - Kathmandu  8 members group in April 2007  Aim- To work together in the spirit of friendship, trust and understanding in order to create mutual respect, unity, equity and shared benefits among the SAARC member.  Objectives  Improve quality of life and welfare of people  Economic, social and cultural development  Contributes for development on areas like water resources, poverty, education, culture, sports and art
  2. 2. Facts about Nepal Population(2012 est) 29,890686 (July 2012) Density 208.99 per sq km GDP rate $40.81 billion Inflation rate 9.4% Population below poverty line 24.7% Total area 1,47,181 square km
  3. 3. “Nepal for many reason in all season “
  4. 4. Afghanistan Established Diplomatic relationship on 1st July 1961 Trade relation has been irrelevant Almost 5,534 Nepalese people are engaged in Afghanistan’s development Pakistan Established diplomatic relation on 29th March 1960 Contribution through Tourism Cooperation in Culture, Air Service, Joint Economic Cooperation, Joint venture and Exchange of high level visits India Established diplomatic relation on 17th June 1947. Open border between two countries made easy movements. Supportive agreement for implementation of Small Development Projects. Nepalese rupee is pegged with Indian Currency Air Service Agreement, Development of Railway Infrastructure, Road Infrastructure of Nepal Bangladesh Established diplomatic relationship on 8th April 1972. Mutual cooperation & benefits through commercial and economic relations Focuses on Joint-venture in different sectors and established trade agreement for carriage of transport
  5. 5. Sri Lanka Established diplomatic relation on 1st July 1957 Contribution through tourism is quiet high Maldives Established diplomatic relation on 1st August 1980 Contribution through employment is quiet good Bhutan Established diplomatic relationship in July 1983 Both are primarily agricultural countries. Bhutan has been cooperated on Air service agreement and Joint committee
  6. 6. PEST ANALYSIS POLITICAL • Disputes and differences between political parties • Frequent Disturbance like strikes and bandhas • Policy paralysis • Political instability ECONOMIC • Improper utilization of tourism budget • Inflation • Impact of globalization and exchange rate fluctuation • Propensity of spending • Corruption SOCIAL • Strong influence of culture • Hospitable nature • Religious significance • Variety in culture, festivals and celebration of life • Maintenance of historical monuments, museum, etc. TECHNOLOGY • E-commerce & Customer Relationship Management • Research and Development • Impact of emerging Technologies • Bad quality standards of some airports and other transportation services
  7. 7. Key Success Factor in terms of economy for Nepal in “Tourism” Adventure Pilgrimage safari, rafting, trekking, The country is home to many mountain biking, pilgrimage sites related to the paragliding, bungee two predominant religions of jumping. Nepal, Hinduism and Buddhism. Cultural Culture is embedded in the high peaks of Nepal, tradition flows with its rivers, art traverses through its valleys and religion lies in the heart of its people.
  8. 8. Strength -Natural and cultural diversity -Demand-supply gap -Government support -Knowledge of English among local people -Increase in tourism market share -Suitable climate for cultural research Weakness -Poor Infrastructure -Slow Implementation of developmental activities -Political instability -Pollution -Poor medical facilities -Safety and security issues SWOT Opportunities -Rising income of people (Internal Tourism) -Increased interest among foreigners in Nepal and adventure tourism Threats -Increasing competition -Land lock and infrastructural issues -Political Instability NA. (2013). NEPAL Tourism Sector Analysis. Available: Last accessed 27th Oct 2013.
  9. 9. High Maldives India Nepal Sri-Lanka Tourism Bangladesh Bhutan Pakistan Afghanistan Low Economy and Industrial Development High
  10. 10.  Only one international air gateway  Slow Implementation of Policies  Mass corruption  Nepal – India open border  Infrastructural issues  Poverty and illiteracy
  11. 11.  SAARC secretariat  Host for two SAARC summits  Poverty alleviation  Awareness programme  Organizes various sports activities
  12. 12.  THANK YOU  Prepared by:  Anupama Sharma  Chime Dolma Lama  Nripa Devkota  Purnima Gurung  Aarati Baraily