Sanju Gurung
Sanju is a former Gurkha soldier, educated at the University of Kent with a degree in War Studies (2:1) and Masters in International Security and the Politics of Terror (Merit). He has extensive experience of working in both the government and the non-government sectors. He was employed by the King’s College London before contracting with the CAN International for the Gurkha veterans and communities support project. He has special interest in the Gurkha history and occasionally delivers public lectures. As a volunteer, he has been continuously supporting the Gurkha communities for more than three years. He also provides support to the public engagement programmes at the Imperial War Museum.   

Dr Balram Dhakal
​​Balram has the specialist expertise in biodiversity conservation and livelihoods development. He has extensive experience of working in government and non-government organisations in Asia, Africa and Europe. He managed the corporate biodiversity conservation and livelihoods enhancement partnership programme at Cambridge. He also worked at University of Aberdeen, UK and the conservation organisations in Nepal.  

Govind Belbase
Advocate Mr Belbase was practicing in Appeal Court in Butwal, Nepal and known as a human right activist for 12 years. Since he moved to the UK in 1999 he edited weekly newspaper "The Nepali Sandesh" since September 2004 as an editor until 2012. His book 'Rato Passport' has been awarded as the best book of the year 2014 by 'Nepali Sahitya Bikash Parisad'. He is well-known among Nepalese community for his writing on contemporary issues. His formal education certificates are awarded by Tribhuvan University, Nepal and University of Leeds, UK.
Pushpa Datta Upreti
​​Pushpa is pursuing PhD in Environmental Technology at De Montfort University, Leicester. He has a strong background in the Environmental Science, especially in the areas of environmental remediation technology and management. He worked as an Environmental Technician at Nicholls Colton Group, Leicester and currently working as Research Scientist and Part Time Lecturer at De Montfort University, Leicester. He has very good linkage with Nepalese diaspora communities in the UK. He is the founder secretary of Galkot Society UK.
Associate Members
Our associate membership is open to any members of the communities willing to join to contribute towards the delivery of charity's objectives. A good number of members have already registered their interests to join, and we expect to accommodate as many members as we can to drive our charity's mission.