Protesting for timely constitution. Led a group of award youths to pressurize political parties to be careful on drafting constitution on time.
Joined Himalayan Climate Initiative (HCI) as a campaign lead of ‘No Thanks! I Carry My Own Bag’. Began National battle of plastic bags ban.
The Largest Tree Hug
Organized “The Largest Tree Hug” event marking the World Environment Day, 2014. Here 2000 school students, 30+parliament members and environment enthusiasts came together break the Guinness Book of World Record of Largest tree hug. The success story of the campaign was featured on Time magazine, Guardian, The New York Times, Yahoo and almost all the leading newspapers of the world.
Featured as “Young Achievers” in Nepal Television —television that is owned by the Government of Nepal.
Worked as an observer
Worked as an observer during 2070’s second Constitutional Assembly Election.
One Tree My Responsibility
Launched ‘One Tree My Responsibility’. In less than two months, the campaign was declared as a national campaign, where around 8000 school students from Kathmandu and Gorkha signed-up to be the green volunteer and pledged to take care of a tree sampling
Visited western part of Terai
Visited western part of Terai, Kailali to explore living there and understand problems of people living with disabilities. Had a Memorandum of Understanding with SUPA Inclusive school, Kailali to strengthen its capacity and prepare it as first rehabilitation centre at Kailali.
Launched Mission Library 2012 aiming to support 100+ Government and community schools around the country with high quality books that we have received from the Dethyal foundation. During the campaign, around 82 schools were supported with high quality books.
The 2nd Generation with Pradip Khatiwada
Started ‘The 2nd Generation with Pradip Khatiwada” —a weekly based youth talk show broadcast-ed from Nepal Broadcasting Channel (NBC). The program focused on successful stories that revolved around the hardship of the individual which he/she faced while making a difference in their life and society as a whole.
Plastic Bags Ban mission
The Plastic Bags Ban’ mission was declared with the support of 900 volunteers from various institutions such as Nepal Scouts, Youth led organisations and Women groups. The following mission targeted Swastani Mela where 1.6 million devotees visited Sankhu. The campaign first of its type in Nepal was admired by the local communities and was extended three consecutive years.