I am Gopal Shrestha
Gopal Shrestha suffered from HIV AIDS 25 years back, when the world was still short of yahoo and google. At the age of 56, Shrestha leads a healthy and equally energetic life as a yoga trainer. Former National footballer and an addict himself, Gopal is an activist volunteering in the sector of Drug Addiction and HIV Aids
Step up campaign
is his vision to build a society resistant to taboos and stigmas related to HIV/AIDS. To destroy the odds, Mr Shrestha is vying to summit the Mt Everest in 2019, a feat never achieved before by any AIDS victim. The campaign serves as a curtain raiser in envisioning safer space for young people infected with HIV/AIDS and motivate as well as bring that population in the mainstream of national development.
EDUCATE CHILDREN WITH HIV/AIDS
We aim to help the HIV infected children get a better life by increasing their access to education.
ADDICTION AND ACTIVISM
Journey from addiction to activism is never easy. The campaign focuses to motivate drug addicts to come forward as activists.
Gopal Shrestha's story
It’s an interview, basically views his journey and aims
Help Gopal Shrestha Climb Everest
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