Hari Devi Shrestha joined Sabah-Nepal in the year of 2010 at the knitting unit. Later because of her poor eye sight, she had difficulty in carrying out knitting work. She was, however, very much motivated to participate to the new venture in 2010 of the Village Café. Since then, she has been working as a supervisor in SABAH Nepal’s Village Café.
Various training and exposures at national and international levels have not only honed her culinary skills but also these experiences has helped her become more confident to lead the café team and more than 200 women.
She shares that “I never thought that I could come this far and stand as an example for others. Today I have become a successful person supporting my three children. I am able to pay my children’s school fee and buy clothes for them. I have also started saving for my future. I must thank SABAH for shaping my life and career. I want to help women by given them platform to showcase their skills and help them succeed.”