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Introducing myself and my journal: Development Worker

About Me:
I am Sumitra Bastola.I was born and grew up in Jhapa, Nepal and completed Bachelor degree in the field of management from Tribhuwan University Nepal. I have finished diploma course in Medical Laboratory technology from Nepal. During my DMLT course, I actively participated in blood donation camping under the guidance of Nepal Red Cross Society. Regarding my professional experience, I was enrolled in following organization:-

Date: 14 October, 2008 to date
Field: Finance and Administration
Organization: Mercy Corps, Nepal

Mercy Corps is an international non government humanitarian organization that works in the 4o countries in sector of disaster response and preparedness, civil society strengthening, and economic development

Date: 15 may, 2006 to 14 October, 2008
Field: Finance and administration
Organization: The Britain Nepal Medical trust

The Britain Nepal medical trust is an INGO working in Nepal since 1967 to uplift the health status of Nepalese people. BNMT works in the sector of health and development through right based approach for vulnerable peoples

Date: 23rd February, 2004 to 31st January 2006
Field: Mobile Medical Laboratory Services
Organization: Committed 'aid Medical (CAM-Nepal)

Committed 'aid Medical (CAM-Nepal), is a French INGO working in Nepal to support health structures and assist vulnerable populations in conflict affected areas. Fields of Emergency medical services through mobile medical camp and rehabilitation of public health structures

Date: January 2003 to February 2004
Field: Health education
Organization: Nepal water for health (NEWAH)

Nepal water for health (NEWAH) is a national NGO working in Nepal to disadvantage group Field of water, sanitation and personnel hygiene through awareness rising.

Date: July 1998 to august 2001
Field: Medical Laboratory Clinical Services /Health education
Organization: Primary Health Center Dhulabari, Jhapa

Primary Health Center is a government organization. It is focus to curative and preventive health services to surrounding area of Jhapa district in Nepal

My Passions:

My Challenges:
Aeployed to maintain Peace and Security and protect civilian population affected by corruption

My Vision for the Future:
Control the Corruption

My Areas of Expertise:
Finance, administration and crisis management


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Hello & Welcome

Hello Sumitra,

Welcome to PulseWire. We are a vibrant online community with many groups and features, which I encourage you to explore.

If you are not sure where to start, I suggest going to the Voices Rising section. Here you can view and comment on the latest posts. It is available here:

Joining the PulseWire Lounge is also a great place to start. This group is at the heart of the PulseWire culture and can be found here:

I look forward to hearing more about your life.

Best wishes,


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