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Saroj Karki

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Full Name  Saroj Karki
Name  Saroj Karki
Years active  2010–present
Education  Media Study
Nationality  Nepali

Saroj Karki
Born  5 March 1992 (age 23) (1992-03-05) Damak, Jhapa, Nepal
Residence  Biratnagar, Koshi, Nepal
Occupation  Youth Activist and Journalist
Known for  Founder of Youth For Blood and speaker (Practical Social Work)
Parents  Gopal Bahadur Karki, Yam Kumari Karki

Bairaagi engineering song of the year by saroj karki

Saroj Karki (Nepali: सरोज कार्की | s uh - r oh j ) is a youth activist , Journalist and the founder of Youth For Blood (YFB), non-profit organizations, in Nepal. His organization works to Provide fresh and safe blood for needy patients.


Dashain tihar cover song by saroj karki 2015

Early life

Karki was born on 5 March 1992 in the Jhapa District of Nepal, to Gopal Bahadur Karki and Yam Kumari Karki. In his early childhood his family shifted to Biratnagar.He attended Shree Satyanarayan Higher Secondary School for his school education.

Personal life

Karki lives in Biratnagar, Nepal. Karki hates daily-house-works and loved to travel. Karki's keen interest is on ICT & Agriculture. He also enjoy photography.


Karki is perusing his Bachelor degree in Media and Sociology from Tribhuwan University. He studied Journalism at University of Washington.


Karki started his career in 2010 by working on Education Helpline(EH), Biratnagar as a Computer Desk Officer. While working for EH he founded Youth For Blood and Later in 2011 he left this job to give continuity to newly found initiation. After 3 month he joined 'BiratPath Daily, Local Newspaper as a chief reporter. After one and half year working for Newspaper he realized, he is not giving enough time to Youth For Blood and left his job again. Nowadays he is earning his living by working as mushroom farmer. He also conduct training as a trainer/speaker on Social Work, Volunteerism and Leadership


  • Youth Role Model Award, Nepal (2014)
  • Lions Club international District 325 A1 Governor’s Appreciation Award (2014)
  • Hero Of the Month (January 2015)
  • Guraans Library Social Work Award (2015)
  • References

    Saroj Karki Wikipedia