Nepal Veterinary Association (NVA) is a solely scientific and professional organization of Nepalese veterinarians founded in June 25, 1967 (11th Ashad 2024 B.S.) in Kathmandu, and legally registered and recognized in Feb. 24, 1969 (13th Falgun 2025 B.S.) by govt. of Nepal. It aims to promote unity, harmony, cooperation among the professional members; share scientific knowledge, deliver quality animal health care and service to clients; top priority to its scientific and technical missions relating to the continuous updating of disease control methods; support and advocate for national livestock plan and animal welfare issues; strategically work for prevention, control and eradication of animals diseases; safeguard public health from zoonotic diseases and maintain the reputation and pride of vet profession in the society, country and all over the world.
The association was affiliated as national member of World Veterinary Association (WVA) on 1986 and Federation of Asian Veterinary Association (FAVA) on 1998. Presently, we are having about 964 member veterinarians including 29 foreign vets.