Montrose has signed an agreement with Nepal Development Research Institute (NDRI) that will enhance partnership and collaboration on various projects in Nepal. The partners will support each other in organisational development and will build capacity to provide services and project management in the areas of health, education, agriculture, skills/jobs creation, environmental assessments, and several other sectors.

Together with NDRI, Montrose is committed to delivering high quality social development programming grounded in deep contextual understanding, a tailored client and beneficially focus, and value for money.

Commenting on the agreement, Montrose Business Development Director, Nicholas Ramsden said “ NDRI has been our partner since 2016 and we are delighted to be establishing this partnership for long term collaboration. We look forward to working together to make more lives better in Nepal .”


Nepal Development Research Institute (NDRI) is an independent, non-partisan and non-profit institution registered in Nepal. It aims to address the contemporary policy challenges, such as the gaps between policy and practice, and to influence public policy through rigorous scientific research.

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