2021-23 Goodwill Ambassador Mr. Gyan Lal Maharjan

We are very happy to announce that Mr. Gyan Lal Maharjan has been appointed as a Goodwill Ambassador of the THE ASHA PROJECT-Nepal. The Goodwill Ambassador will engage in public advocacy as well as public awareness activities in Nepal.

The new Goodwill Ambassador will be designated for a period of two years, renewable, based on mutual agreement by the parties on the basis of satisfactory fulfillment of the role and their demonstrated interest in continuing the relationship.

Mr. Gyan Lal Maharjan graduated from the St. Xavier school and received his Intermediate in Commerce from, Namuna Machhindra College as well as bachelor’s degree in Education with major in English from Lalit Education College. He has completed many community service projects in Nepal.

He has also travelled to many countries like; USA, Canada, Beijing -China, Inner Magnolia, Italy, Manchester-England, United Arab Emirates, Thailand and Indian.

He is also the founding president of the World Class School in Imadole, Patan.

He has run many camps to bring enthusiasm in learning life skills as well as he is a motivational and inspirational speaker and Environmental outdoor educator and conference leader.

We look forward to utilizing his expertise and training programs for teachers and leadership programs for students and Rotratact/Interact members in Nepal. Welcome Gyan Lal Maharjan.

Published by trm7510

The Asha Project – works in collaboration with local and international partner organizations as well as individuals and governments, to provide HOPE and OPPORTUNITIES for the people of Nepal. We thrive at the intersection of Passion, purpose and Promise.

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