I graduated as a veterinarian from Tribhuvan University in Nepal (2015) and have been since working in the field of zoonotic diseases and One Health. Although a veterinarian, I chose epidemiology and public health rather than being a hospital clinician treating individual patients because through this approach, I believe I can make a bigger impact on the population of both humans and animals. I've worked with various infectious diseases throughout my brief career, but the disease which I am obsessed about is Rabies. I have seen many lives lost due to it and it's a shame that although there is a perfect prevention method available, it still plagues the communities. I am currently running a Rabies control program (0.30 project) in Nepal through my organisation Center for One Health Research & Promotion (COHRP). There is a global aim of eradiating the dog mediated Rabies deaths from the globe by the year 2030. This research, its findings, and at parallel collaborating with the Nepalese government officials to develop control measures will help contribute to this goal in Nepal and other countries in Asia and Africa having similar socio-economic conditions, ultimately protecting countless lives.