Basu Rai

Senior Associate Outreach & Training Budget Performing schools

Basu Rai: A child rights activist, Development Practitioner and an Author of a book “Basu Rai From the Streets of Kathmandu”
1992 he became an orphan, street gangster kid, In 1998 a representative of 260 million children who was languishing in various forms of slavery during the worldwide movement Global March Against Child Labour, demanded the ILO convention 182 in the United Nations Headquarter along with Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi. Since then, he has been actively contributing to rescuing children and advocating for the rights of children.

In June 2018 he was invited by United Nation and International Labour Organisation as a key panellist, key speaker and in 2019 he was invited as a key speaker again at ILO Conference, on SDG Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals calls for the eradication of forced labour, human trafficking, modern slavery, and by 2025 for the end of child labour in all its forms.

Basu Rai drives with his core value of compassion, believes that every child gets quality of education, enjoy the childhood so that they can reinvigorate inbuilt leadership quality to bring the change they want to see.