Home: Biratnagar, Morang, Koshi

Education: Bachelor’s of Arts , Itahari Namuna College

I was born in one of the well-facilitated cities of Nepal, Biratnagar. I grew up, painting, writing and reading a lot of books. Unlike many students, I loved going to school. I remember I went to school even when I had high fever. I was worried I would lose a lot if I missed even a day.

My dad went through a lot of hards hips to provide education to me and my two other elder sisters. Both my sisters went to a public school, whereas, I got an opportunity to study in a private school. My sisters did their best and achieved a lot but one of them always used to be disappointed that she did not get the chance to study at a private school.

Whenever I saw anybody in pain for not having attended or not being able to send their kids to a good school, I always wondered why income or money had to determine if one can access quality education. If income has to be the main factor, we can say that 75% children of our country are not receiving quality schooling. This is not acceptable to me. When I heard about TFN during my first year at college, I felt like I found my calling.

In the future, I would like to see myself as a social worker in the sector of health. My long-term mission in life is to work with communities, and with people at individual level. I believe in the need to change oneself before changing others and I see TFN Fellowship as an outstanding opportunity to do so.

Fellow Stipend
USD $5,000.00NPR 500,000.00
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USD $5,000.00NPR 500,000.00

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"TFN House"
PO BOX 3739
140 Chitra Marga, Kantipath
Jamal, Kathmandu, Nepal


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