Ms. Jwala Dhakal is an 18 years old young mind and is a passionate writer. She is an avid reader of books, an RJ, an artist, a quite good elocutionist & a budding Youtuber. She has been actively involved in voluntary activities. She has been making an impact on society through her writings, art, and actions since she was a child.
Her first novel, ‘Nature’ was published while she was in third grade. It was a collection of stories, poems, and articles that she had written and illustrated for various newspapers. Likewise, She translated ModNath Prashit’s Book called ‘Bhoot pret ko Katha’ in grade 5 and published it after 2 years in a short version. Her articles have already been featured in different national & local newspapers.
She was awarded with the Kartikeya Child Trust Award from Kailash Satyarthi and also has received the UN habitat (int’l) award Bronze Prize. Likewise, She has participated in many Healthy Competitions in school and joint school (esp.: drawing & Literature) and has secured the grand position. Apart from that, she has also organized an art exhibition with the goal of constructing a computer lab for the children of an orphanage home.
The work she has been doing has brought a positive impact on society. Her newspaper articles and novels, which she published at such a young age, influenced practically all of her classmates and community members. In 2018, She left a lasting impression on people. She conveyed a message through her artworks which was focused mainly on nature conservation and the society itself and was appreciated by most people.
She wants to make a difference in children’s lives. She imagines herself working in a hospital, caring for her patients. ‘The rescuer of people and the world,’ she’d be portraying in the future.
Jwala Dhakal has been selected as a “Glocal’s 20under20 of 2021 Batch” as an early change-maker throughout the nation. Glocal’s 20 under 20 is an umbrella title for 20 early change-makers, who are teenagers from diverse fields, stepping out to create an impact in the society.