Is a Permaculture Pracademic working in promotion of organic farming and Sustainable farming since 8 years. He is Researcher and Trainer of organic farming at HASERA Agriculture research and Training Center and co-founder of Youth for agri welfare. He has worked with numerous I/NGOs in training 2500+ farmers from 20+ districts in organic production and Organic Certification (PGS). He truly believes in the power of agriculture to nourish our body, mind and soul and in urban context, farming is the best way to keep ourself engaged in something that aids to our family, environment and nation.
Balkrishna Dahal is an enthusiastic agriculturist having experiences of training on organic farming. He has outreached more than 100 farmers through rural and urban training and workshops. He is an active member of International Students of Agriculture and related Sciences and has national and international exposure to rooftop farming methodologies.
Dhojyang Rai is a fitness enthusiast (trainer) by profession and firmly believes in the concept of growing organic food at home and has been working on developing healthy diet plans through research and food cultivation at his home garden for the last couple of years. He is a partner at Kalapas Biotech and brings years of experience in the field of logistics and human resource management.
Sanjay Kafle is a master student in agriculture studying agriculture extension and rural sociology at TU. He is a co-founder and past president of Youth For Agri Welfare, a youth organization that promotes farming among children, youth and rural communities. He has trained school children, women’s groups, youth groups, farmers in various farming practices. He has led various agri projects into furtution in collaboration with Nepal government and development agencies like WWF, USAID, US Embassy Nepal.
Dibyajoti Burlakoti is a passionate agriculturist currently working as Acting National director at International Association of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS) Nepal. As a trainer at Youth For Agri-Welfare(YFAW), she has been constantly working with rural lives of Nepal understanding their ground realities. Alongside she has been continuously working for women entrepreneurship while implementing her community engagement Project as a United states Youth council member 19/20.
Melissa Shrestha is a graduate student from AIT with a field expertise on regional/rural development and public health. She has several international experiences from Bangladesh, and Thailand in the sector of social media promotion, gender equity, research, education, content-writing and community engagement.
Pralisha Adhikari is an under-grad student in agriculture. She is a control board member of the International Association of Agriculture and related sciences. For the past three years, she has been closely involved with farmers, youth and children in training, workshops and campaigns related to agriculture.