Current BMKF Scholars

Pursuing degrees in business, education, health, engineering, and more!

Bo M. Karlsson Foundation scholarships give diverse, underprivileged Nepalese women the opportunity to pursue bachelor’s degree and trade certificate programs, helping them to become self-reliant, confident and active citizens in their own country and communities.

Meet the remarkable women we are currently supporting. Click on their photos to learn more about each student.

 
Anisha Gautam
Law (2020)

"BMKF has opened the path to chase my ambition. And I believe that with their support I can certainly pursue my dreams."

 
Beenita Devkota
Law (2021)

 
Chadani Shrestha
Business Studies (2019)

"When we do some research, we may find female entrepreneurs among the world, but we cannot find any well recognized businesswomen in Nepal... I want to challenge men in business and support society and women to move forward in this competitive world."

 
Jangmu Sherpa
Nursing (2019)

“I want to live my each day intending to progress my own and others lives to the extent I can. I believe that after completion of my study I can genuinely be independent and make the most of my specialized skills in serving for humanity.”

 
Lhamu Sherpa
Education (2018)

"I am very happy getting this scholarship. I am very proud of BMKF for the work they do to support women's education in Nepal. Because of this opportunity I now have high hopes of becoming a good teacher."

 
Mandira Sapkota
B.Sc. Nursing (2017)

"I feel so fortunate to have been selected as a recipient of this honor. Your generosity will allow me to pursue my dream of becoming a nurse, and for that I can't thank you enough."

 
Manisha Kumari
Business Studies (2017)

"BMKF supports me a lot, since my economic condition is weak, I was not able to get chance of higher education. After  getting support from it, I am able to afford my higher education level."

 
Nimiska Pandey
Law (2020)

"Our nation is flooded with issues and problems. I strongly believe in facing and solving these problems rather than cursing the entire system for not being what we expect it to be. To make something possible, we need to have faith in people and, most important. in ourselves. I like challenges. I plan on fighting for justice."

 
Pooja Yadav
Nursing (2019)

 
Prabha Bohara
Nursing (2018)

"I am very happy getting this scholarship. It is a golden opportunity for me and it has boosted my confidence! I will be well qualified after finishing my nursing studies and with that I will be able to support myself and people around me as well as sharing my knowledge and experience with those who live in remote areas and who have many health problems due to poverty, lack of education, and awareness about health issues. Very thankful to the Bo M. Karlsson Foundation who has provided me with this opportunity. Thanks to everyone who has supported me and are still supporting me to make my dream come true."

 
Rebika Bhandari
Nursing Proficiency Certificate Level (2017)

"If this organization didn't support me, then I do not think I would have been able to fulfill my dream of becoming a nurse. This was my dream since childhood and Florence Nightingale was my inspiration!"

 
Samjhana Thapa
Social Work (2019)

 
Saniya Giri
Law (2021)

"I joined law after much analysis. I’ve finally found the area in which I love to work, and I’ve stuck to my plan to study hard and score well. I want to make my mother proud of me, and I want to be proud of myself as well.”

 
Saraswoti Adhikari
Public Health (2017)

"Now, I am in this position that makes me really happy and success is all due to BMKF family. And I am feeling proud myself."

 
Shanta Bhat
Business Studies (2019)

“Everyone in the world has some kind of dream. I too have a dream to be successful in my BBS study.”

 
Susmina Manandhar
Geomatics Engineering (2020)

 
Tshering Sherpa
Nursing (2019)