Govinda Siwakoti is the co-founder at a think tank called Nepal Prosperity Institute (NPI), established in 2017 with the objective of promoting financial literacy, entrepreneurship and economic freedom in Nepal. Mr. Siwakoti firstly introduced to the concept of free-market and liberty when he joined Samriddhi Foundation in 2009 as one of the team members.
He also won an audio-visual digital media production company in Nepal called Onion Films Nepal.
He is Kathmandu based independent film-maker, through the films he likes to tell the stories on the issues of entrepreneurship, foreign migration, human rights, and accountability. His works are nationally and internationally recognized in the platform of different film festivals. He won the Grand Prize in an international video contest "What Milton Means to Me" organized by Free to Choose Network to celebrate the 100th Birthday of Milton Friedman.
He holds a master degree in Media Technology from Purvanchal University of Nepal.