About Me: I am Sunita Basnet from Nepal but currently in Bangladesh studying with full scholarship in Asian University for Women (AUW). I grew up in a remote village of about five hundred people in the Terai area in the eastern part of Nepal. Most people in my village especially the girls are poorly educated. I am the eldest daughter of five sisters and a brother. My father supports our family as a farmer. I volunteered in human right journalism forum in Biratnager, Morang in Nepal. Furthermore, I had volunteered in an NGO name informal service sector center (INSEC) of Morang Branch in Nepal. In that NGO I had to teach 80 people who are women and are under privileged, Political Leaders, Business Men, Farmers, Teachers and Service holder in two different village development council in Morang, Nepal. On the other hand, in Bangladesh, I am also volunteering as a supervisor in IT lab, financial department, Library in AUW. In future I wanted to work against poverty especially with women for their right, education and improvement. For this I had already started my journey from my country by opening women’s saving club which will help women to save their money and take loan in a low interest in their necessary. I wanted to convert saving club into credit union club which will be run by only women in the future for women’s improvement.

My Passions: to talk with people and share feelings, experience etc.

My Challenges: weak in English,

My Vision for the Future: want to work against poverty with women's right, education and improvement.


Sunita Welcome to PulseWire !

We are excited that you have decided to join our online community. I know that you will find this to be a positive experience and encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community. Take a moment to post a picture of yourself, or a symbol that has meaning to you. Then tell us about yourself: your interests, goals, dreams, ideas, concerns and write a journal entry in order to join the online dialogue and have your voice heard. You may also be interested in joining a group of members with similar interests to your own where you can talk about issues that concern you, or find support. Check out Usitha who just joined. She studies at your same university! http://www.worldpulse.com/user/1780 We also encourage you to start your own group if you do not find one that matches your interests.

I would also like to direct you to PulseWire˙s exciting new program, Voices of Our Future! Voices of Our Future is our new, global womens' correspondent program and network. With your background, I think this might be perfect! Up to 30 applicants will learn to use new media to speak for ourselves to the world, transform our communities, and change our lives. For more information and to join the group, visit: http://www.worldpulse.com/pulsewire/groups/3740

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Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!

Best wishes, Laura

Dear LauraB I am proud to be a part of World pulse. Thanks for your welcome. Sorry to response you late. I already started a group name "Women Movement". Thanks for providing a space. With Love and Regards Sunita

With Love and RegardsSunita Basnet

Dear Ginevra, Where r u now? Are you in Nepal or in your country? If you are in Nepal please write about how you feel and what did you see there? Waiting to read your journal. I am missing my contry and people. Thanks Sunita

With Love and RegardsSunita Basnet

Dear Ciao, It will be my pleasure to meet and talk with you but recently I am in Bangladesh studying in Asian University for Women. I will have a vacation on july 17 so if you can please come on July after 17. I will be able to heartly appreciate you after that. Thanks Sunita

With Love and RegardsSunita Basnet