Santosh Gyawali is engaged in the field of Disaster Risk Management in Nepal. He has a master’s degree in Information Technology with more than 20 years of experience in Information Resource Management. Immediately after the Haiti earthquake he changed career and got involved in disaster risk management work. He also served as the General Secretary and Vice President of Health Care Foundation Nepal with the National Kidney Centre as its largest operations.
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Project SUSTAIN: Distribution of essential supplies to the vulnerable communities
As an urgent response to the coronavirus pandemic, BNMT Nepal is implementing ‘Project SUSTAIN: Emergency Support and Sustenance to Communities Affected by Crisis’ in Morang, Pyuthan, Mahotari, Chitwan and Bardiya...
Death of Ian Baker
On 12th April, Ian Baker, one of Britain Nepal Medical Trust’s longest serving Trustee, passed away after fighting long battle against Dementia. A visionary, strategic thinker and committed leader, Ian...
Reminiscing a great career enhancing opportunity
It was a wonderful oncology fellowship experience at the hospital from July to September 2018. I take it as a lifetime achievement possible with the support of BNMT team in Kathmandu and Great Britain especially, Co-Chair Dr. Gillian. The Fellowship...