Dipisha Bhujel started her volunteering in her childhood. Later she was selected by the Canadian Red Cross Society Emergency Response Unit in 2015 to work as a translator and later as a psychosocial support volunteer. When she came to Kathmandu, she became a member of Jagriti Child and Youth Concern Nepal (JCYCN). Currently, she is involved in project called “It’s My First Period” that works for the promotion of menstrual health among teenagers under JCYCN. “Cherubic”, is an organization established by her and her friend to promote mental health. She is a youth campaigner at Association of Youth Organizations Nepal to encourage more youth for good governance and democracy. Through her workings she was able to build a Child-Friendly Environment by educating children at orphanage home about their rights, rescuing girls who were violated and teaching about menstrual health and hygiene.