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Prakash Paudel - Nepal

PrakashPrakash Paudel is from Dhading, Nepal. He believe that knowledge is aa powerful tool in itself that can bring  about positive changes for the youth. He has been working in the youth sector through educating them formally and imparting training on various issues informally after being involved in a youth organization named Motivator Society in Dhading which he began working with since his school years. Prakash has also been active in other social organizations including the Red-cross society, and is  the secretary of the Bhanu Academy’s Dhading chapter. He believes that leadership and positive thinking and group work are the some of the ways to create positive change in society. Prakash began teaching after completing high school and while pursuing his undergraduate and graduate degrees. He is now an English teacher at the high school and higher secondary levels. He is currently also pursuing a second masters in sociology. Prakash’s dream is to see young people come together irrespective of their background, and work towards a common goal.

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