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Phone: +977-1-4771303, +977-98510-49804
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Mr. Rajendra Gautam is from the land of Everest, the birth place of Lord Buddha (Messenger of Peace) and from a beautiful Himalayan country. He is passionate about being a responsible youth of his country “NEPAL”. He believes in “Youth Movement” and “Together We Can, Change the World”. Politics, business, international network of friendship, social service, voluntarism etc. are his passions. He likes to analyze national and international political scenarios, diplomatic relationship, international terrorism, youth movement and responsibility of youths for peace and development to solve certain world issues.
He is a Young Social Activist and CEO of Solidarity International (The Solidarity Foundation) and Founder President of Solidarity Nepal, A NGO wotrking for Social Transformation in Nepal. He served as an Secretary, International Service Director & Editor of Rotaract Club of Kathmandu - Rotary International District 3292, Vice-President of Nepal Youth Voluntary Club and also the Vice-President of Association of Chelsea Alumni 'ACA". He is currently serving as a President of Solidarity Nepal, Special Advisor of Yuva Nepal Sangathan (YNS) on National Affairs, Youth Movement and Peace Process in Nepal. He is currently working as a Vice-President of Rotaract Club of Kathmandu, Spoke Persons of Sindhu Utthan Kendra, Active Member of Nepal Youth Red Cross Circle, Active Member of Laxmi Pratisthan, and Country Member of World Youth Alliance Asia Pacific.
Gautam was born in a middle class-peasant family on July 08, 1991, in Salyan VDC, Baglung district. It was there, in the mid-hills of Nepal, that Rajendra Gautam was born to Nirmal Gautam and Radhika Gautam. He was the first son in a family of an elder sister. He is playing an important role for motivating young social leaders in different districts for leadership development and voluntary work. Today, He is known as one of the social youth mobilizer that led to the establishment of a Solidarity International worldwide.
There were various chances that he would have remained uneducated like many of the rural Nepalese. Born in a remote village of one of the poorest countries in the world where formal education was limited to the traditional urban elites, He in early childhood received informal education from Shree Dhaulagiri Primary School in Salyan village, of Baglung district, that his formal education began in the year 1997. He stood out as a bright student, scoring good position throughout in his school life. In 2008 he passed School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examinations, from Intensive International Academy, Kathmandu and Intermediate (A-Levels) in Management from Chelsea International Academy, Kathmandu in 2010. He is persuading Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) at Shanker Dev Campus in Kathmandu.
Besides education he is involving in many National and International organization that were established for motivating the young generations. He is currently involving in more than half dozen national and international organization for social transformation. He had successfully conducted different district events under his leadership. He has demonstrated outstanding leadership and maintained a clear sense of purpose as a volunteer in different programs. His participation has motivated several other youths to get involved in social services.
During the Social Movement he participated in diverse assortment events in and outside the country. Mr. Gautam attended various national and international conference related with Youths. He attended NYVC and Rotaract District Conference several times in different districts of Nepal. He was a part of (ROTASIA) an international conference of Rotaractors and Rotaract Clubs in South Asia in 2011 at Goa, India. Similary he attended the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) 2012 hosted by Rotary International District 3280, Bangladesh at Dhaka in 2012.
Mr. Gautam has shown that he is keen to explore growth in the Socia field by acquiring more than half dozen of workshops, nearly a dozen of exhibitions, more than half dozens of performance and installation.
As an active member of Red Cross Society he participated in several rescue operation in different parts of Nepal. He rescued to the victims of flood in Kailali district in 2008, the victims of fire in Jumla district in 2008 and helped the victims of diarrhea in Jajarkot – a remote district of Nepal in 2009. He also took the leadership in creating awareness regarding afforestation and adult education. Similarly, he participated in the workshop on “Conflict Transformation and Peace Building” on the occasion of International Human Rights Day. He initiated and organized various programs like fund raising program for the education of the students in remote areas of Nepal, blood donation and various trainings related with youths. He is conscious about the welfare of humanity and on the humanitarian ground he has been involved in several social services. To mark the 16 days Global Activism on Violence against Women he involved in signature campaign.
Besides, he is co-ordinating different programs and projects. One of the project is - "MISSION LITERACY" which focuses on basic education for underprivileged childrens in Nepal.
Mr. Gautam seems very conscious about environment conservation and community service. He was awarded “The Best International Youth Representative Award 2008”, “The Best Youth Leader of the Year 2009”, “Outstanding In-house Speaker of the Year 2010-11”, "Outstanding Secretary of the Year 2012-13" and "National Peace Priz 3013" to honor his hard work.
- Rajendra Gautam
(CEO, Solidarity International "The Solidarity Foundation")
(Founder & President, Solidarity Nepal)
(Vice-President, Rotaract Club of Kathmandu)
(Special Advisor, Yuva Nepal Sangathan)
(Active Member, Laxmi Prathisthan)
(Country Member, World Youth Alliance)
(Member, Nepal Youth Red Cross Circle)
(Member, Sindhu Utthan Kendra, Nepal)