Ganga 23 was born in Indrapur, a remote village in Midwestern Nepal. She is an orphan who had miserable childhood and so was cared by one of her relatives. She was referred by the organization called Janajagaran Samaj Banke, a local Non-governmental Organization. At the time Ganga joined JVTC, she could not even write her name and read properly. She was very happy learning skills and to have a caring mother in her hostel. Ganga was an obedient girl and good in all aspects. She was graduated in care giver and now working in Hotel Temple Tree at Lakeside, Pokhara. Besides extra benefits, she earns NPR 10,000 a month. Due to her wonderful performance at her work, she was recently awarded with NPR 10,000 for being the best housekeeper among her colleagues. As a role model, the trade teacher at JVTC usually invites her to take a class for her juniors. Her future plan is to run an Early Childhood Development Center in her village.

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