• Labouring Over Labour Laws

    -By Labisha Uprety This article was originally published in The Himalayan Times on 21 June 2015. The Economic Freedom of […]

  • Limited Government and Maximum Governance

    The development activities were carried out relatively rapidly during the three-decade Panchayat although the country was ruled under single party […]

  • Transportation Woes and Competition

    Substandard transportation service is what commuters in Kathmandu valley have to face in a daily basis. Samriddhi’s Anurag Pant, took […]

  • Why Nepal Needs Economic Freedom?

    Economic freedom

    Sarita Sapkota, the Coordinator of Communications and Development at Samriddhi, The Prosperity Foundation wrote on why she thought Nepal needs […]

  • Publications

    Samriddhi Foundation produces books, reports, white papers, policy papers, policy briefs and other publications based on its researches. It also […]

  • Watershed Management for River Basins in Nepal

    Nepal’s Irrigation Masterplan 2019 conceptualizes large multipurpose river diversion projects in the Karnali, Narayani, and Koshi river basins, which cross […]

  • Cashless Nepal: Sour grapes or sweet lemons?

    Nepal has achieved incredible success in mobile penetration with it reaching 131.3 percent in January 2021. According to Nepal Telecommunications Authority, as […]

  • Leveraging Federalism for Prosperity

    On May 15, 2018 Samriddhi Foundation and Nepal Economic Forum jointly hosted an ‘Econ-ity’ discussion on the “Leveraging Federalism for […]

  • Power of the People

    Nepal is located in a seismically active zone and is considered the eleventh most vulnerable place on earth from an […]