I was born in Nepal in 1995. My mother passed away when I was 6 years old, and my father remarried, so I have been living with my elder sister since. After completing the 8th grade I took 2 years long break in education because of financial constraints. Then I completed 10th grade, as well as a basic computer course, and I was working as a supervisor in a construction company. As a team leader I was supposed to oversee jobs of all team members. For the last 2 years, I have been working in Goa (India) as a waiter in a beach shack. I am one of these young Nepalese struggling with financial problems and difficulty to find a good job who ended abroad hoping that this would improve the quality of their life. It was an illusion though, so now I want to contribute to the project that would open new opportunities for our youth. This was the reason I joined the Global Network for Sustainable Development.