Nepsa is a society of Nepalese research scholars established in the Ås municipality, Norway. Along with other social objectives, Nepsa runs a Nepalese Language School for children, Nepali-Norwegian-English translation work, and coordinate academic activities in Norway.
Nepsa also honours institutes and individuals for outstanding contribution to Nepal and Nepalese society. In 2005, Nepsa honored Professor Per Wegge for his contribution in biodiversity conservation in Nepal which also resulted more than 50 documented scientific works pertaining to natural resources conservation in Nepal. Nepsa also honoured the Department of International Environment and Development Studies, Noragric, UMB for its contribution in human resource development in Nepal which produced more than sixty high skilled Nepalese graduates.
Nepsa’s social works are focused on children education and help. In 2006, Nepsa contributed Rs. 88,250.49 for the treatment of injured people during the pro-democracy demonstration in Nepal. Similarly, performing Nepali cultural activities like Deusi and Bhailo in Norway, it contributed Rs. 18100 for the education of Nepali children.
It seems a home of Nepalese in Norway.