Meet the team
Namaste, I'm Aanchal! My beloved pet, Pappu, inspired me to help other dogs in need. Raising him made me realise that if he is getting so much of love and care from us, then how about the other dogs on the streets? Aren’t they are equally deserving of our affection, just like our pets? But instead, so many suffer out there on the streets. And, I feel ashamed. Ashamed because they suffer immensely from our inhumane acts. I grew up in a compassionate home, and I strive to help the helpless who look up to us for help. (Aachal is a Computer Science Graduate from St. Xavier’s College and handles the Project’s Twitter account.)
Hello, I’m Ayushmi Bhuju, currently studying A levels at Gems Institute of Higher Education. I find dogs really lovable. They have the spark in their eyes which seek desire for friendliness along with thoughtfulness. I feel like dogs are the most selfless and unconditionally loving creatures on this planet and they deserve so much more. I have always wanted to help them in some way or the other and here I am, contributing for their welfare. (Ayushmi is Project Humane’s Multimedia Video Creator/Editor.)
Hello, I'm Punit man Singh, an A-levels student at GEMS College. Dogs are man's best friend. I myself have a dog who is like a brother to me and taking care of them is a huge responsibility. I have always wanted to do something for the dogs who have no family and no one to give love to. Joining Project humane Nepal has helped me to be a part of a growing society to love, help and respect all dogs in our life. (Punit works as an Assistant Event Co-ordinator for Project Humane Nepal.)
Hi, I'm Samar! Love for animals is something I learnt from my mother, and it has always been my passion to work towards helping them live the lives they deserve. As the youngest member of the team, I’m learning a lot about ways to engage the community to remove the stigma around street dogs. (Samar Lama works as an Accounting Intern.)
Hi, I am Srichchha, an A-levels graduate, living with my two adorable mutts who count among my truest friends! Every dog that has come into my life has left its paw marks in my heart. The way they look into our eyes, wag their tails and follow us everywhere we go reminds me of their innocence, optimism and their need for love. In a country where people mistreat these loyal beings, we must stand up to remind the citizens of the same humanity and unconditional love that these animals teach us.
Hello, I am Manjina Karmacharya and am very thrilled to volunteer in Project Humane Nepal. I look forward to give my best to help PHN succeed in every aspect. PHN has inspired me in so many levels to contribute to give best to those in need and make the community better place to live. Why not start with four legged animals who need us the most.