Taskila has worked with marginalized groups in India, promoting and advocating for their human rights.
For ten years she worked as a social worker:
Working for the rights of the landless tribes.
Promoting the right to education of the tribal children.
Organizing Children’s Parliament.
Educating and empowering women to participate in the local self-government in the villages.
She was a member of the Asia Pacific Justice Peace core team since early 2013.
In recent years Taskila lived and worked at Opportunity Village in Nepal. In April 2015 when the disastrous earthquake hit Nepal, Taskila played a leadership role in coordinating the Good Shepherd response.
When the Good Shepherd International Foundation (GSIF) established a local branch based in Kathmandu in April 2018, Taskila took up a role with this office. GSIF Nepal is able to offer more effective support to the Good Shepherd programs through capacity building and organizational development activities, to strengthen the Good Shepherd mission in Nepal.
The United Nations International Day of the Girl calls us to work alongside all girls to expand existing learning opportunities and chart new pathways into the world of work
Good Shepherd International Foundation (GSIF) has established a branch based in Kathmandu to offer more effective support to programs in Nepal
Read this comprehensive report on the Good Shepherd Relief Work in Nepal from April to September 2015
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region
In Nepal two sisters and supporters made an arduous journey, mostly on foot, to offer health services to an isolated community
The Sisters in Pokhara Nepal established Opportunity Village to offer health services, education and training for girls and women vulnerable to trafficking