Dedicated to helping others

My experience with “Sewa Bharti”, provided me a chance to work with women. The work is focused on socially and economically marginalized Dalit women to improve thier income and social status which helped me to understand the process of government programmes regarding SHG formation.
During my work with Punashcha I developed training modules for teachers, children [School going and outside schools] and community regarding learning from our surroundings and prepared implementation plan of UNICEF supported programme “KNOW YOURSELF AND SURROUNDINGS”. My work with organization enriched my ability to develop training modules, planning and implementation of project.
As a social activist, I played important role in various social movements with Student Organizations, Indian Peoples Theatre Association (IPTA) and other social organizations, and have passion to work for common man.
1990 when I was only 20 year old I got my first experience of a humanitarian response during communal riot in Patna. I was the part of a forum of Citizens and artists called ‘Sampradaywad Algaowad ke khilaf Sanskritikarmi’.
I started my job with Asian Development Research Institute [ADRI], Patna as trainer at State Resource Center, Total Literacy Campaign in 1996. I organized various trainings of Key Resource Persons and Environment Building Teams and gradually learned how to work with professional skill at grassroots, with different government departments/officials, International agencies and CSOs.
At present I am working with PDCSL/UNICEF as State Consultant, Department of Disaster Management, Govt. of Bihar and learning the process of disaster management.
Prior to this I worked for Bihar Inter Agency Group [a network of INGOs and UN Agencies for Disaster Management] as Communication Coordinator. Where, I experienced the Mitigation, Preparedness and DRR .
Working as District Manager, District Magistrate Support Unit [DMSU], Madhepura in Kosi Flood Recovery Project [Housing Component] my work was focused on rebuilding of Multi-Hazard Safe houses of flood affected people of Kusaha breach 2008. It requires an analytical skill and it involves project planning and implementation, Capacity building and trainings of different stake holders and Community mobilization,.
Prior to this, I worked as District Coordinator, with “District Water Sanitation Mission, Bhojpur”, The work was focused on availability of Safe Drinking Water, Sanitation facilities in Bhojpur district where my special focus is to work towards BPL families, Children and women. My work also required to focus especially on socially and economically marginalized Dalit and Maha Dalit families. 
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