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Each One Teach Five

VOF has changed my perspectives, build my confidence much stronger and made my life beautiful. I still have to learn more and still want to learn more and yes i want to share my knowledge with others.

For Each One Teach Five program, i had brought quite good numbers of new members in world pulse. And i am choosing these 5 people for this program, each of them are special , each of them are from different field of job and each one of them represent the different society.

BABITA: an Architect by profession, she was born and brought up in the capital of the city Kathmandu. She is calm and intelligent, she is friendly, she can adjust in any situation and she believes in herself

BIPA: She has worked in media for years and she has even worked as the camera person in the TV in Nepal. I find her strong and bold. Being a female camera person is not easy job but she did it well. And she wants to start her own work.

SANU: Due to her family problem she couldnt continue her study but she is independent and hard working. She has even stayed in some other countries for her work. Now married and working in an office.

BHANU: a charismatic personality and a smiling face! He loves his work like his life and loves his family like his life. He loves smiles on the children's faces. He have traveled to so many rural part of Nepal and he loves that.

RAMESHWOR: Management is what he is passionate about in his life, he get inspires by people and love to work for them. Helping others is what motivates him as well.

I have just introduced them in world pulse, i hope you all will be with me to fulfill the objectives of Each One Teach Five program.




Sarvina's picture

Well-done Nilima! It is

Well-done Nilima! It is wonderful. Nice to see Bhanu and other 4 friends on Pulsewire.




Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

nilima's picture

Thanx Sarvina:)

Thanx Sarvina:)

bens_613's picture

hope u ll get back to me

hi baby this memessage can send i want u to give your email address


HARMONY's picture

Wonderful, Nilima. You have

Wonderful, Nilima. You have done it! And I know you will help and teach more to join our family!

Trust your HOPES, not your fears... Harmony

nilima's picture

Thank you so much dear, and

Thank you so much dear, and you all have to be there to help me in this journey too :) as usual :)

olutosin's picture

Thats very good...

You are doing great!

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


nilima's picture

:):):) Thanx

:):):) Thanx

Ramu's picture

Thanks Nilima

Dear Nilima,

Thanks for choosing me for Each One Teach Five program. I take it as a matter of pleasure and an opportunity. Yea, I always enjoy learning sharing from people around the world. I have come across many organizations, communities and thousands of people in my personal and professional life. All of them all special and unique to me as all of them have diverse perspectives, learning and experiences in life. Above all, you are a youth leader who has developed a broader horizon by seeing and feeling diverse experiences of pain, struggle and success with in such a young age. I found you being creative and have positive energy who inspires every people met by sharing the stories of courage, hard works and success. So I hope to learn from and share the experiences with you as well as other women leaders throughout the global village.

With love and regards

nilima's picture

I am lucky

I am lucky to have all you five with me for this program. And i am very happy to have such a diverse group for this program:):):)

Thank you for your appreciation :)


Ruun Abdi's picture

Well done dear,

Well done dear, Congratulations. :):):)

nilima's picture

thanx dear:):):)

thanx dear:):):)

Bhanu Parajuli's picture

Thanks Nilima

Hi Nilima
Sorry for the delay response in WorldPulse. I was quite busy. Though, I am very happy to be in your "Each One Teach Five" program list as a charismatic personality and a person of smiling face. Really I haven't words for this appreciation. Thank you very much.
Of course, happiness for each individual is vital for life and no matter how small achievement would bring what extent of joyful moment. You might have heard a famous quotation "happiness comes from within". What does that mean exactly? And how do you remember this when you are constantly bombarded with the message that happiness is something outside you--something you can buy.
If you have been on this planet long enough, you have discovered that happiness is not found in the next achievement, product, brand new house or faster car. Even children learn this early on.
Although getting something new may create a surge of happiness, it is fleeting and is nothing compared with an inner sense of lasting joy that is not contingent upon accumulation or achievement.
Last but not least, I like your engagements in various social awareness campaigns and women empowerments and educating fields besides your regular education. Keep it up.

With warm regards

nilima's picture

Bhanu ji

I am so much thankful to you for accepting my request first of all then being a part of each one teach five. And i am willing to see the women stories in your worldpulse profile soon.

Yes the things you have said is true, in this materialistic world its hard to find out what exactly gives us the happiness! we are caught up in between technological world and emotions inside us!

but we have to move in, life has to find its own way!

so we all try to do that, finding ourselves and finding a person who we want to be!

thanx so much and do write the stories , i am eager to read that:)

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