Suk Bahadur Lama, Founder
Suk Bahadur Lama is founder of the non-profitable organization Research Nepal. He has been involved on many social activities and traveled Thailand, India, Denmark and Sweden. He has been worked various trekking company in Kathmandu as trekking Guide before set up his own company since 15 years. He has incredible experience as trekking Guide and climbing Himalaya of Nepal. He had been working as social work at Nepal Tamang Students Ghedung as a Vice president and General Secretary. Also had been worked as chief of organizer at Nepal Indigenous students Federation; Now, He is Managing Director at Trek into Thin Air Pvt. Ltd. He operates tour Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan;
He is founder of Research Nepal and collects the sources to help the poor students and construction Earthquake Safe School Building or working as bridge between problem and solution’s agents; bring together expert for planning and workout; resources however needed to success the project.
He loves and interested to do social activities. In his opinion life is not only taking from the society or community, somehow as you can; something giving back too.
Charline Guégniard, France
Social worker since already 9 years, she accompanies children, teenagers and adults in difficult situation to get a better autonony and a better self confidence. She worked specially with disabled children and adults, in France and in India.
She travelled in many differents countries, Australia, Canada, USA, India, Nepal, Indonesia, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, Croatia, Italy… to discover new culture, new langages. She thinks that we are only rich with knowledge and open mind to the difference. Respect, tolerance are very important in her life and in her work.
She is involved in Research Nepal to help people in need in Nepal. She lives in France and she can be your interlocutor if you are in Europe. She speaks French and English.
Shushma Tamang, M. Ed.
Shushma Tamang completed Master Degree in Education from Tribhuvan University. She had been lecture at Srijana Fine Art College, Lazipmpat, Kathmandu and Advanced Academy Kupandol, Kathmandu for three years and working as Higher Secondary teacher in the remote village at Birendra Higher Secondary School in Dolakha for five years.
She recognizes very well with problem of students and people of remote Nepal and can speak Nepali, Tamang, Maithili, Hindi, Chinese, and English.
– Experience on education sector of Nepal.
– After the earthquake the students and the community; what effect this might have informed regarding.
– Might have knowledgeable for create child friendly environment on school.
– Nepal’s education problems and solutions knowledgeable.
– Nepali lifestyle features, rural lifestyle and knowledgeable regarding the impact that student.
Constantly working to improve school education.
Nabin Ghising, Architect engineer
Nabin has been completed master degree in Architect engineer. He involve social activities and helping to develop the country. He is very co-operative and has experience to design Hospital, School, Airport, private house etc.
Renuka Shrestha, Project coordinator
Renuka shrestha is a central senior vice president of Newa Student Association (NSA), NSA is a national student organization of newa students. From many years Renuka have been involved in Newa Movement. Besides Renuka is current member of Red Cross Sub Chapter ganabahal and member of lions club. She is currently doing my MRD (Master of Rural Development) at Padma Kanya College. She did BA with Specialization in Sociology and Rural Development from Padma Kanya College Bagbazar. She engaged in different social organization so her public relation is good as well.
Renuka Shrestha is central member of WNO Nepal Chapter as well and she is a photo journalist of swotantra sanchargram as well online photographer. She is very active in social work. She has done many more campaign for earthquake victim like distribution of blankets, clothes, as well feeding for victims, making temporary houses for victims. She was very actively volunteering after earthquake in Nepal from Red Cross, lions club and CWIN.