NZNA engages mainly in Nepali social and cultural activities. Ramailo Saanjh, an annual Nepali Cultural Show and Hamro Chautari, a weekly Nepali radio program (www.planetaudio.org.nz/hamro-chautari), are its flag ship activities.
The above are not an exhaustive list and they are a representative of the key activities.
Being a not-for-profit organisation, all activities of NZNA are managed by volunteers. Programme expenses are managed through internal resources and funding agencies such as the Office of Ethnic Communities, The Trusts Community Foundation, Foundation North, Lion Foundation, Auckland Council and Local Boards. As the number of the Nepali community members is growing, there has been increasing demand in the services offered by NZNA. Recent incidents such as COVID-19 have also contributed towards the increasing demand for its services.