Chiran Amgai
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About Me:
I feel proud to say I was born in Gorkha, rural part of Nepal. I grew up there but finished my schooling in Kathmandu. I remained always mature for my age and accustomed to being around. I started searching my self-awareness when I joined my Bachelors in Social Work internship at Drug Rehabilitation center and Nepal Central Prison. After my graduation, I began to search the expectations that my family had put forth. I gradually stopped my extracurricular activities and started to work instead. I joined my first job at the street children organization as a social worker. At times I felt I can't continue my Masters in Anthropology and work in parallel. I have heard 'Time and Tide waits for no man', so I started running and completed my masters. I was never one who saw myself in one pond. I am driven not to assume perfect in life instead agreed on learning by doing. I continued the trend of meeting my potential, only learning by doing through new challenges that are brought with.
My dream:
I always wanted to change. I need to change. I have to change. But asked at times how?? As soon as I started to work by and for the community, I started accumulating community inside my dream. I have seen many other people make great things happen and guided by their dream. Now I believe my dream is to see my beautiful dreams as strength.
I'm proud of:
being myself and community that I am with.

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First "After Action Review" - CLC Nepal

Posted on June 12, 2013 at 9:30pm 0 Comments

SALT visit 1: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) community

What did we expect to happen?

                We expected to start the visit at 11:00 a.m. and finish by 12:00p.m. We wanted to make sure the environment would make us feel equal and friendly.  We were supposed to tell the community why we were there and what would be our objectives. We expected all the community members to be open and interactive with each other excitedly. We needed to create fun…


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At 12:15am on July 28, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A very happy birthday Chiran! All my best wishes. Your profile is very inspiring!

At 2:46pm on June 12, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Chiran  ,


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