We need investment without shortchanging on economic diplomacy, we need the right interventions that will help safeguard the nation’s financial stability but without selling out to the vested interest of a few.
Our trust in our government, in the rule of law, in our institutions and businesses, and in each other needs to be re-established.
The best minds are required to come together to strategise beyond the policy tightening aimed at controlling foreign currency expenditure, bank mergers aimed at mitigating worsening financial conditions, and measures to address continued global market disruptions and geopolitical frictions.
As changemakers and advocates continue to catalyse sustained action to achieve gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls, we as individuals must remember that female rights are human rights and equality is at the heart of all that is progressive and good.
We need to look beyond economic indicators, the fight for political clout and power and navigating crises to truly understand what makes us who we are.
Climate change, debt relief strategies, access to concessional finance, broadening the scope of investment into Nepal, better policies and a national digital strategy are key components that every voter must have in mind while they think of putting a government into power.