Problem statement Most of the Chepang people’s livelihood is dependent on natural resources available in the their environment, especially for day-to-day nutritional intake, they consume mushrooms, fish, vegetables and fruits. Similarly, the Chiuri, or Indian butter tree, is one of … Continue reading Chuiri and Chepang: Livelihood improvement, Poverty Reduction and Biodiversity Conservation
Whether it be disaster or disease both brings havoc and chaos in individual’s life, family, society, community and the entire nation. In any society some people are more vulnerable than others. Though both of these affects everyone directly or indirectly, … Continue reading Gendered Perspective on impact of COVID-19
I belong to Chepang community; one of the marginalized, disadvantaged community in terms of access to education, health care services, basic infrastructures and other basic requirements for day-to-day living. Majority of Chepang’s are found to be living in 4 districts … Continue reading State of dichotomy! Being a Safeguard Specialist from a natural resource dependent indigenous Chepang community in Nepal
It was a around 2015 , when I had an informal conversation with Tilak dai; SEBSer from Budhanilkantha School. The conversation was based on the projects carried out in my community. The discussion further continued to abroad education that I wanted to pursue after Bachelors degree. So, I started to talk about scholarship in European countries for Master’s degree in Social Work. Then he started sending me some links that he knew. The first one that he sent me was Erasmus Scholarship links. He also sent me MA in advanced development in social work course. This link intrigued me and … Continue reading The power of Network!
A dream remains as dream if you just see it while you sleep and never take an step to accomplish it. Otherwise a dream always comes true if you wish to pursue it. It just needs persistence and dedications. Continue reading Accomplishing Dreams
The only time when I feel life is meaningless is when I am up in the sky. Which means when I am on aeroplane. This is the time that I feel the real value of human life. I feel worthless as I go higher and start seeing those tall buildings as small as ants from the sky. I start dreaming about the relatives who passed away when I am above the clouds. The question that comes to my mind as I go higher about the capability of pilot.There is no life if a pilot fails to control the direction of … Continue reading Thoughts and feelings when you are above clouds