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Who we are?

The Khimti Forum is a global network of like-minded professionals, researchers, engineers, scientists, environmentalists, and economists with a common interest in infrastructure, energy, environment, and economics. Although the Forum was first conceived as a follow-up to an existing hydropower project in Nepal, it swiftly transformed itself into a global platform. The forum is run by a team of volunteers.

We host monthly talk programs focusing on Infrastructure, Energy, Environment, and Economics. Through our website, we will also publish blogs relevant to our activities. We welcome all interested professionals and promote inclusiveness and diversity in the Forum. We aim to include discussions on sustainable and economic development of infrastructure and energy projects and their successful operation in developing countries around the world. We would like to highlight not only the planning and execution processes but also all the success and failure stories to seek how challenging situations were handled or could be managed. Education, innovation, and the implementation of World Class Best Practices in emerging areas is our common passion. 

Our Mission

The Khimti Forum’s mission is to serve as a think tank and to facilitate knowledge sharing, mentoring, exchange of project experiences, research works, and innovative ideas through our monthly talk series and an online blog that would support and enhance the planning, engineering, development, investment, and execution of modern, economically affordable, and environmentally sustainable energy and infrastructure systems. 

Our Vision

We want to become a leading global network and knowledge-sharing platform of working independent-minded professionals on “Infrastructure, Energy, Environment, and Economics”. We plan to contribute to developing new generations of leaders in infrastructure and energy through knowledge and experience sharing. We are interested in attracting young professionals, especially women and minorities.