Rabindra Kumar Chand

Mr. Chand permanently from Birendranagar, Surkhet District, Karnali Province. He has completed Master Degree in Conflict and Peace Studies from Mid-West University (MU) Nepal in 2016. He has 12 years of experience in the social development sector in different organization. He has engaged in national and international workshops as a youth activist. and likes to work with the youth.

Dr. Md. Saddam Rahaman

Dr. Saddam is a postgraduate resident doctor of MD Internal Medicine in Allama Iqbal Medical College, Jinnah Hospital Lahore, Pakistan from 2019 till date. Prior to getting inducted as PGR he had served the community for 2 years as Medical Officer in Taulihawa District Hospital, Kapilvastu, Nepal from 2016 to 2018. Kapilvastu is recognized as the birth place of Gautam Buddha.

He is professional, knowledgeable &result oriented with theoretical & practical understanding of work requirements. He is sincere, enthusiastic, hardworking & has a friendly personality with excellent communication/interpersonal skill to interact with individuals at all levels.

During his tenure as Medical Officer he had been actively involved in providing training to paramedics, nurses & FCHV in various vector borne diseases, TB, HIV/AIDS, CB-IMNCI related programs organized by District Health Office& other partner organizations. He has also been regularly conducting CME in Hospital.

He has lifetime membership of Nepal Red Cross Society. He likes a challenging job which provides him an opportunity to enhance his technical skills & knowledge with objectives of providing services for underprivileged & backward fraction of society as a part of moral duties.

He obtained an MBBS degree from Tribhuvan University, Nepal in 2016. He had completed his primary, secondary and higher secondary level study from a government school from Surkhet, Karnali Province, Nepal. He likes to read journals, novels and visit new places.

Dr. Sajal Twanabasu

Dr. Sajal MBBS, is a permanent resident of Bhaktapur where he completed his SLC and 10+2 with distinction. He received a scholarship from the Government of Nepal to pursue his journey into medicine and graduated from Janaki Medical College, Tribhuvan University in 2015 with first division. After graduating he has worked as a medical officer at Taulihawa District Hospital for 2 years. His experience in medical school eventually led him to attend a residency training program in Pediatrics at Patan Academy of Health Sciences (PAHS), Lalitpur under a Government scholarship, and is currently in his 3rd year of residency.

He is registered with Nepal Medical Council and is a lifetime member of Nepal Medical Association and Nepal Red Cross Society. He has received training in Pediatric advanced life support (PALS), Neonatal resuscitation protocol (NRP), ACLS, and BLS at PAHS.  He has received further training in the clinical management of HIV/AIDS, and childhood tuberculosis.

He is an avid reader and enjoys spending his free time with his family. One of his many hobbies is mentoring medical students and discussing medical cases. He is always looking forward to further enhancing his skills and knowledge and is known for his patience, his positive attitude towards work, and his detail for each patient case. He believes his patients are his priority and is dedicated to working for children from marginalized communities and improving patient outcomes.