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Samir Raj Acharya - Nepal

SAMIR-RAJ-ACHARYASamir Raj Acharya is originally from Chandranigahapur Rautahat, Nepal (South-Asia). He pursued and acquired a Masters of Business Studies in Finance from Tribhuwan University, Nepal.

Samir is passionate about helping children of deprived communities to access education because he truly believes that education and health are key to community building. At the university where Samir studied, Samir worked at an organization called Human Help Community of Nepal (HELP) through which he worked together with marginalized and disabled children. Furthermore, Samir had worked in various organizations on grassroot, national and international level. He worked as a District Coordinator in National Development Volunteer Service in Nepal, a governmental organization of Nepal. From his working experience and social activities, Samir gained valuable experience and he is how many citizens are still excluded and deprived from governmental services in Nepal. Currently, Samir is working on a project through which he is trying to serve his own community. In this community, which is located in a rural area and mainly marginalized, Samir is sharing his experiences, skills and knowledge with the villagers to support the community’s development. Additionally, Samir Raj Acharya participated in a nonviolence, development and peacebuilding training organized by CWBI in Nepal, which was a great experience for him. Samir’s passion and commitment is directed towards helping and supporting people.

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