I joined Equal Access in May 2008. Before this date, I worked for Saptakoshi FM & Koshi FM of eastern Nepal as program producer. After my affiliation to Equal Access, Nepal, I produced 88 episodes of award winning radio program named 'Samajhdari' (Mutual Understanding), dealing with twin pandemics of HIV and violence against women under the support from UNTF.
I was also involved to led production of two radio programs: 'Sangsangai', on the issue of VAW/G and 'Mamata', radio show on infant and young child nutrition. Additionally, I managed the activity of Peace Media Network (supported by UNIFEM), a network of journalists working on women and gender issues. Previously, I also worked in the radio program 'Desh-Paradesh; Home & Aborad (A cross boarder radio series in HIV & AIDS).
I have worked with diverse people as partners of implemented partners as well as in tough situations. While working in 'VOICES' (supported by UNTF), I had closely worked with women/girls from different background in Nepal, i.e. from Terai to hilly regions, from east to west. The major part was to deal with 12 female community reporters from six districts who were survivor of VAW and HIV and they had to supply audio to centrally produced radio program. Being a male, it wasn't easy to get in touch with women from diverse communities; and work in twin pandemics of violence against women and HIV, but I successfully did it .This project received 'One world Media Award', where the credit goes somehow to my contribution in project. Working in communication sector for past nine years, I believe I have achieved very good skills not only on mass communication, but also on interpersonal, group and corporate communication process. I can effectively communicate my feelings with my colleagues, seniors, partners as well as fellows.