IMG_1840Vivek works at Rural Access Programme – 3 funded by UK Aid . He studied Civil engineering from National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India. He has been travelling to the remotest areas of Nepal and is a keen observer of different infrastructure project being carried out through different authorities. His major concern is the ineffective and inefficient flow of funds in the name of development. Vivek believes in raising voice against those authorities, responsible of building infrastructures that do not meet engineering specifications.

Processed with VSCOcamPreeti completed her BE in Civil Engineering specialized in hydropower from Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel. Currently she works at Rural Access Programme – 3 funded by UKAid as a graduate engineer. As a part of her job and self interest, she has traveled various places of Nepal and what concerns her is the lack of development and awareness among the people. The  stereotypical thinking of the society, how they aren’t still willing to embrace development with open arms and the government not looking into the matter from up close.

Biraj studiCaptureed Civil Engineering from Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, and is currently working in Rural Access Programme -3 in one of the upper western districts of the country. Along with technical aspects that comes automatically with development projects, he has an interest  for actual human implications, and the effectiveness of these projects in terms of changes it brings to the society, individually and as a whole.

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Damodar completed his engineering from Nepal Engineering College, Dhapasi. Currently he works at RuralAccess Programme – 3 and is based in far-western region of Nepal. Through his experience what concerns him is the corruption of the system and how nothing noteworthy is being done to stop it. He wishes to bring change is this corrupt system which would then bring about changes in every aspect of the society and development is possible in a more sustained way.


Avishek, currently working at Rural Access Programme 3 (RAP3) completed his bachelor in civil engineering from Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel. Working as an civil engineer gave him the opportunity to travel various places of Nepal including both remotest and most developed ones. He is here to share some of his experiences and feelings he has made in his “beautifully wonderful” journey of working with infrastructures, society and humanity.

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