Despite the inability of purchasing new books and clothes during his school days, Tamang's performance was good at the school level education . Tamang was the only literate person in his village that enabled him to teach the adult people of his village under a project when he was studying grade 7 . Tamang remembers it as the first social work he was involved in his life . After finishing school level education, Tamang came to Kathmandu for pursuing  higher level study . His arrived in Kathmandu with only Rs. 50 that he took from his father along with a strong desire to pursue higher education . Akkal's stay in Kathmandu during the initial years was quite difficult one . He first started a job at a newly introduced electric tempo company to earn a living and to further study . He had  to wash tempos early in the morning by using water in freezing winter temperature . Being in SLC graduate Tamang could not enjoy the job for a long time thinking it as an inferior one and left it . He then started working at a shop in Bishal bazaar which he had to quit shortly in lack of clothes to change while going to work . During that time he had only one pair of clothes to wear but his boss was repeatedly asking him to change them . Akkal then started the job of salesman starting from cycle than tempo and van in which he became successful due to his honesty and dedication towards works in a short time . Akkal became able to hold the position of zonal level in charge of a reputed company . Tamang then started his own business as a supplier for some time and then move to South Korea to accumulate money required for the business of a larger scale . Tamang who had faced very hard struggles in his early life, when encountered with many Nepali workers facing problems in Korea started helping them forming an informal organization named Nepali Emergency Service Committee in 2006 there in Korea . It was the first organized effort of Akkal towards social service .  Akkal, with the support of other Nepali and Korean friends, served hundred of Nepali people there in Korea to manage food and accommodation, search for new jobs and help them return home . After serving needy Nepali people in Korea from 2006 to 2010 . Akkal return to Nepal and continued his social work establishing an organization - Nepal Korea Culture Exchange & Social Organization (NEKOS) in 2011 . The organization is running various campaigns in the field of education, health, and environment . Impressed from Korea . Akkal and his team firstly initiated the cleaning campaign "Green and Clean City" in 9 March 2011 . Impressed by this campaign and other independent campaigns , the cleaning campaign as Bagmati Cleanig Campaign, Ring Road Cleaning Campaign, East-west Cleaning Campaign etc . Nepal government also directed all local levels to operate such cleaning campaign throughout the country . "As one of the initiators of cleaning campaign, such development in the country gives me internal satisfaction, said Tamang .                              

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