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Siddhartha Mahat - Nepal

SIDDHARTA-MAHATSiddhartha Mahat graduated in Business Studies from Tribhuwan University, Nepal. He is originally from Birgunj, Parsa but lives now for seven years in Kathmandu. Siddhartha has long experience in working with private organizations and is passionate and excited about social-work and social relevant projects. For that reason, Siddhartha left his job and works now voluntarily wherever he is called. He has worked with "The Reiyukai" for a couple of years, among his works with “The Reiyukai” counted “blood drives”, tree plantations and other humanitarian aid projects like serving flood victims. Siddhartha is also passionate about photography and travelling. He is lifetime member of The Reiyukai, Parsa Milan Kendra, Pashupati Club, and Birgunj Youth Club. Siddhartha was also coordinator of an event management company named SPEED-Nepal, which successfully organized several concerts of Nepalese bands and singers in various parts of Nepal. Siddhartha likes sport and was captain of his school and college football team. Under his captaincy several trophies have been won and Siddhartha could gain valuable leadership experiences. Currently, Siddhartha is focused to work directly with communities of Madhesh-Terai and some hilly regions of Nepal that are marked by poverty. Siddhartha is committed to work for the betterment of their lifes and to uplift their living standard.

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