Bhutanese-Owned Business Receives A Prestigious Award In Sydney

Photo Source/Mrs Pokhrel's FB Page and published here with her consent.

The Gentle Procedures Sydney, a business owned by former Bhutanese, has won the prestigious Penrith Local Business Award in the Outstanding Health Improvement Services category in Sydney, Australia.

Dr Naresh Parajuli and Dukka Pokhrel, the co-owners of the business officially received the award on October 13, 2020 at the Penrith Panthers Club where an estimated 400 people were present in the audience.

“We are so happy that our hard work and our dedication is recognized, appreciated and rewarded, said Mrs Pokhrel talking to BNS, adding- “We would like to thank our clients who voted for us”.

This a tough and competitive award, securing the win from amongst 295 finalists and among 16 vying for the plaque in the Outstanding Health Improvement Services category.

Through the Facebook page of the Association of Bhutanese in Australia – Sydney, Dr Parajuli generously dedicated the award to all youths and young entrepreneurs of Bhutanese communities spread across Australia and all over the world.

The Gentle Procedures Clinic is a dedicated provider of no-scalpel, single-puncture, minimally invasive vasectomy in Sydney.

Lakshmi Dhakal from Victoria contributed to this report.