Curriculum Vitae Of Dr. RB Kavitaram Shrestha

Curriculum Vitae
Summary
Name: Ram Bahadur Shrestha (Kavitram) MA, Ph.D.
Expertise in: Rural Development, Public Health, Research, Training, Audio Visual and Communication Material Development, literary writing, and journalism.
Present involvement:
1.        Director, National/International Relations: Kist Medical Collage, Imadol-6, Lalitpur, Nepal Tel: 977-1-5201682, Fax 977-1-5201496, HP: 9841358265; E-mail: cartskrs@hotmail.co.uk, Web: www/kistmcth.edu.np.
2.        Visiting Professor: International HealthDepartment of Public Health, University of AberdeenMedical School, Polwarth Building, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB25 2ZD, Scotland, UK , Tel/Fax: +44 1224 550925, http://www.abdn.ac.uk/public_health/
3.        Chairman: Consulting Associates for Research and Training Services (CARTS); Anamnagar, Kathmandu-32, Nepal., E-mail: cartskrs@hotmail.co.uk, Tel: 4222764.
4.        Principal : PreciousNationalCollege, Maihpi, Kathmandu
Home Address: 145 Mirmire Marga, Anamnagar, Kathmandu-32, Nepal. E-mail: cartskrs@hotmail.co.uk, Tel: 4222764 and/; HP: 9841358265.
Date of Birth: May 7, 1948, Okhaldhunga, Nepal.
Nationality: Nepali.
Education: Ph.D. (Sociology): Gorakhpur University, India. 1994-1997, MA (Sociology): AgraUniversity, Agra, India, 1982;
Training: Teaching of English as a Foreign Language; Training of Trainers; Training Techniques, Tour Guiding/Management; Focus Group Research Techniques; Audio-Visual Material Development Training.
Language: Nepali, English, Hindi, and Urdu.
Travel: Bangladesh, China, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, North Korea, Norway, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, UAE, USA, and 70 Districts out of 75 Districts in Nepal.
Prize and Awards: 2 international and 8 National
Honors and Adoration: 3 International and 6 national
Publications:
(a) 27 volumes of literary books (novels, short stories, plays, essays) in Nepali;
(b) 5 volumes of literary books in English, 2 of them published from USA and India;
(c) 3 literary books compiled and edited:
(d) over 250 journal published in national and international magazines.
(e) 33 vols. of study/research reports prepared and published in English, under INGOs/GOs for Nepalese Line Agencies;
(f) over 40 vols. of training materials developed and published under various INGOs/GOs for Nepalese Line Agencies.
Literary Activities: Coordinated 4 extensive national level literary competition programs and two historical literary campaigns.
Conferences/Workshops: Attended 9 national and international conferences/workshop with papers. 2 as sole paper presenter.
Audio/Video/Movie Professionalism:
(a) CD Album of songs with own vocals, music and lyrics
(b) two video feature films, written,, produced, directed, and acted;
(c) two video documentaries, written,, produced and directed;
(d) acted as international Member of the Juries For International Film Festival.
Journalism: Involved with 11 media organizations at the capacity of Chairman to journalist including 1 political appointment.
Sponsorship: Founded three national level literary and cultural awards and one scholarship in remote area.
Volunteer Social Services and Professional Membership: 39 national and international organizations in leadership and advisory roles.
Work Experiences:
(a) 4 Political Appointments by the Government of Nepal (secretary to deputy ministers' level),
(b) Involved with 37 research projects, and 41 training, orientation, and counseling projects for INGOs/NGOs under national and international contract in various capacities like Executive Director, Coordinator, Expert, Specialist, Project Manager, consultant, Researcher, Research Officer, Associate, Trainer, Evaluator, Oriento, Resource Person, etc..
Political works: Presently no affiliation with political party. Politically active before 2000. Involved with United Marxist Leninist (UML) Party and carried 22 various national and local level activities. Deputation at the Govt of Nepal 4 times with Political Appointments. Carried one national level movement collaborating with the then Sanyukta morcha.


 

DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS
1.        Ph.D. (Sociology): Gorakhpur University, India. 1994-1997, Research Title: Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Gap between Knowledge and Practice amongst Home Caretakers of Childhood Diarrhea in Rural Nepal.
2.        MA (Sociology): AgraUniversity, Agra, India, 1982; Subjects: Rural Sociology, Social Demography, Social Anthropology, Social Psychology and Social Research.
Trainings:
1.     Teaching of English as a Foreign Language: Department. Of Education, Government of Nepal, 1968. Subjects:Training Techniques.
2.     Training of Trainers: US Peace Crops, Nepal; 187; Subjects: Behavioral Objectives, Techniques of Teaching Foreign Language, Teaching and Learning Principles, Designing Teaching and Learning Activities, Cross-cultural Sensitivity.
3.     Training Techniques: New ERA, Nepal, 1974: Training Techniques, Training Designing, Training Implementation, And Training Monitoring and. Evaluation.
4.     Tour Guiding/Management:Dept. of Tourism, Government of Nepal, 1974; Subjects:Nepalese History, Culture, Art, Architecture, Flora and Fauna, Points of Interests of Nepal, Prospects of Tourism in Nepal, Tourism and Development, and Skill of a Tour Guide/Manager.
5.     Focus Group Research Techniques: JSI/USAID Nepal, 1985: Focus Group Research Designing, Implementation, Data Processing, Data Analysis, Report Writing.
6.     Audio-Visual Material Development Training: Development Communication Production Center/United Mission to Nepal, July-Aug. 1990. Subjects: Script Writing, Production and Direction of Audio-Video Educational Materials, (leaflets, booklets, cassettes, films, slides, pictures, etc.) Videography and Video Editing.
Prizes and Awards (2 international and 8 National):
1.       Innovation Award: Provided by NepaleseCulturalCenter, London, UK, for writing innovative book ke kina bhaniyo? introducing Nepalese folklores.
2.       Sajha Bal Sahitya Puraskar: For writing best book for the year BS 2058 (2001 AD); Title of the book "Anoutho Yatra, A science novel for children on AIDS.
3.       Mahendra Vidya Bhushan:A Gold Medal Grade-A, Decorated by His Majesty the King of Nepal, Feb. 1998 for high level substantial work Ph.D. Degree.
4.       The Youth of the Year 2051 (1994)-Awarded by the "Youth Forum" for being pride of Nepal winning the International Award "Asia Africa Solidarity Award" for the film "Mukti Sangharsha" at Pyongyang International Festival in Pyongyang North Korea, October 1994.
5.       AsiaAfrica Solidarity Award- Awarded by the Fourth Pyongyang International Film Festival in Pyongyang North Korea in Oct. 1994 for producing and directing a Nepalese video film "Mukti Sangharsha."
6.       Six Best National Film Festival Awards Wining Producer/Director: Provided by Nepal Video Film Association for video films "Mukti Sangharsha" in 1991. The best awards were for Story; Editing, Villain Actor, Character Actor, Character Actress and Fight Compose.
7.       The Best Character Actor of the Year: Provided by Nepal Video Film Association in Video film "Mukti Sangharsha" in '91.
8.       The Best Feature Film Storywriter of the Year: Provided by Nepal Video Film Association for video film "Mukti Sangharsha" in '91.
9.       Writer of The Best Children's Book of the Year '92, Nepal:Provided by Nepalese Society for Children Literature, Nepal for the book "Kamilako Katha"
10.    The Best Children's Book Writer for the International Children's Year '82-'83, Nepal: Provided by UNICEF for The book "Paniko Thopa"
Honors and Adorations (3 International and 6 national):
1.       Honor: Conferred by Pravasi Sahaitya Parishad, UK, Foldstone, London, UK, May 9, 008 for continued literary campaign Aswikrit Bichar Sahitya Abhiyan.
2.       Abhinandan (Adoration): Conferred by International Nepalese Literature Society, DC Metro Chapter. VirginiaJuly 13, 2008 for immense works on literary writings and Movement.
3.       Honor: Conferred by BigNepal.com UK Chapter, London June 2008 for immense works on movies and literary works and Movement.
4.       Udyog Magazine Honor: Conferred by Udyog Magazine Publication for the research work on the contribution of the magazine. Katmandu, 2007.
5.       Tanneri Talent Honor: Conferred by Tanneri Bimonthly Literary Magazine, Katmandu, 2059. (A full issue of the magazine titled as "Multi talent: Dr Kavitaram" was published with articles by distinguished critics and scholars of Nepal).
6.       Abhinandan (Adoration): Conferred by Sunaulo Library Dharan-17, 2004 for immense works on literary writings and Movement.
7.       Abhinandan (Adoration): Conferred by AnkhakoNaniHigh School, Jorpati, Katmandu 2002 for immense works on literary writings and cultural activities.
8.       Abhinandan (Adoration): Conferred by Ratnachowk Celebration Organization Committee in the occasion of the "Grand Ratnachowk Celebration", Dharan Municipality, Ward-17; 1999, for being the pride of the hometown with the recognition of a distinguished literary national figure and with the gain of high educational degree.
9.       Abhinandan (Adoration): Conferred by: Okhaldhunga District Development Committee, Government of Nepal, on the occasion of its "Remember the Birth Place Movement Grand Celebration" in 1998, for being the pride of whole Okhaldhunga District with the recognition of a distinguished and international figure in the field of literature and cinematography.
Literary Books Published in Nepali (27  volumes)
1.        Aba Harinna: A pictorial book for Children; Airawati PKathmandu, 010,
2.        Mero Pyaro Okhaldhunga:  Essay on a campaign of "Remember the Birthplace"  : Kaushiki Pratisthan, Kathmandu 010.
3.        Mabhiniskramanka Aswikrit Paila : Aresearch- based novel on the life of Buddha; Kapilvastu Day Global Movement Committee, UK and Vivek Srijanshil Prakashan; Katmandu; 2010.
4.         Nagna Yathartha, A collection of short stories Vivek Srijanshil Prakashan; Katmandu; 2010.
5.        Swikrit Yatraka Aswikrit Sandharbhaharu : A collection of essays, Vivek Srijanshil Prakashan; Katmandu; 2010.
6.        Shristhiko Puran: A science novel on the formation of universe and Indian subcontinent for children; Shajha Prakashan; Katmandu; 007.
7.        Matoko Byatha Bideshko Sapana; A movie script-drama; Sahityik Patrakar Sangh; Katmandu; 2005.
8.        School Jane Rahar, Translation of novel "Going to School, by Kuan Hua, PeoplesRepublic of China, 1975; Vivek Srijanshil Prakashan; Katmandu; 2004.
9.        Juju Hira:A pictorial storybook for children; Room to Read; Katmandu; 2003.
10.     Kukurko Katha, A novel; Nagarjun; Katmandu; 2002.
11.     Mawaliko Yatra, A novel for children on adventure; Shajha Prakashan; Katmandu; 2002.
12.     Ke-kina Bhaniyo?, A Collection of analytical essays on Folklore; Bagar Foundation; Katmandu; 2002
13.     Buddhi Bangarako Phone (vol. 1),A collection of science fictions for children on personal health and hygiene; Vivek Srijanshil Prakashan; Katmandu; 2001.
14.     Buddhi Bangarako Phone (vol. 2),A collection of science fictions for children on personal health and hygiene; Vivek Srijanshil Prakashan; Katmandu; 2001.
15.     Buddhi Bangarako Phone (vol. 3),A collection of science fictions for children on personal health and hygiene; Vivek Srijanshil Prakashan; Katmandu; 2001.
16.     Anoutho Yatra, A science novel on HIV/AIDS for children; Shajha Prakashan; Katmandu; 2001. (Winner of Sajha Children' s Literature Award-2001).
17.     Kamilako Katha, A science novel on the biology of ants for children (Winner of the Nepal Children's Literature Society-1992 and a text/reference book for BA degree in Nepalese literature, Tribhuban University, Nepal) ; Bal Kosheli; Katmandu; 1992.
18.     Swobhavgita, A science play; Sar Sangraha Prakashan: Katmandu; 1992; 2nd edition 2002.
19.     Mukti Prasangaka Aswikrit Kathaharu, A collection of short stories; Sar Sangraha Prakashan; Katmandu; 1990.
20.     Bakpatra, A Novel; Sar Sangraha Prakashan; Katmandu, 1989; 2nd edition 2002.
21.     Mera Aswikrit Manyataharu, A collection of essays on writing philosophy: Abhibyakti Prakashan: Katmandu, 1989.
22.     Awatar Bighatan (co-author), A novel; Janardan Joshi; Katmandu; 1989.
23.     Paniko Thopa, A science novel on water for Children (UNICEF award winner as the best book for the International Children year); Sajha Prakashan; Katmandu; 1980; 2nd edition 1988.
24.     Bandevi, A science novel on forestry for Children; Sar Sangraha Prakashan; Katmandu; 1980. 2nd edition by Sajha Prakashan, Katmandu in 1988. (Nepal Australian Forestry Project used it as a reference educational material in two districts of Kavre and Sindhupalchok).
25.     Pralap, A collection of short stories: Sajha Prakashan; Katmandu, 1981.
26.     Kalo Katha, A collection of short stories; Sar Sangraha Prakashan; Katmandu; 1979.
27.     Visthapit Anuharharu (co-author), A collection of literary articles; Sar Sangraha Prakashan: Katmandu, 1972.
Literary Books in Published English (5 volumes)
27.    Droplet: Science Novel; Book Place; 064, Kathmandu.
28.    Forest Goddess: Science Novel; Book Place; 064, Kathmandu.
29.    Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Gap Between Knowledge and Practice Amongst Home Caretakers of Childhood Diarrhea in Rural Nepal; Ph.D. Thesis; Gorakhpur University; Gorakhpur, India; 1998.
30.    From The Mango Tree and Other Tales From Nepal; Libraries Unlimited; ColoradoUSA; 1996. (Selected for World Folklore Series and referred as a reference book for secondary and primary school teachers and students in USA).
31.    Confession, A novel: Pilgrims Book House; Katmandu; 1993.
Literary Books Compiled and Edited:
1.       Ek Saya Ek Hastaksharharu (compilation), A collection of instant thoughts by 100 writers; Videha magazine, 1981
2.       Phakranda Kopilaharu (Editing); Essays from the National Essay Writing Competition, Organized for boys and girl students from lower secondary, secondary and higher secondary schools; Organized by Tempus International (Canada) and READ (USA); 2006 Kathmandu.
3.       Kalila Kalamka Katha-Katheuri (Editing): Children's Short stories produced from one day workshop Organized by Balmunch Nepal Tempus International (Canada) and READ (USA); 2007 Kathmandu.
Study Reports Prepared and Published in English under various International INGOs for Nepalese Line Agencies (33 vols.)
1.        An Ethnographic Study on Child-care Practices among Tamangs in a Rural Area near Kathmandu; Mrigendra Medical Trust; 1990.
2.        Social Marketing of New ORS Product in Nepal; JSI/PHD, 1988.
3.        Anthropological study on Alcoholism and Maternity Child Health Practices among Tamang Women in Kathmandu Periphery; CARTS/MMT; 1990.
4.        Women's Income Generation Feasibility Study; Communication Development Center/Women Development Section, MPLD; 1989.
5.        ORT Consumer Preference Study: JSI; 1988.
6.        Community Health Leader Program Evaluation; JSI/PHD: 1987.
7.        A Study on the Family Planning Maternity Child Health Activities of NGOs in Nepal; JSI; 1987.
8.        Evaluation of Home Made ORS; JSI/Intercept/UNICEF; 1987.
9.        Child Survival Program Evaluation in Bara; JSI; 1987.
10.     ORT Container Study; JSI; 1987.
11.     Ethnographic Research on Diarrheal Diseases; CRS/JSI; 1986.
12.     As Evaluation of Community Based Health Project - Panauti; Nepal Red Cross Society/CARTS: 1986.
13.     Review of Ethnographic Literature on Diarrheal Disease in Nepal; JSI, 1986.
14.     Annotated Bibliography of Ethnographic Research on Diarrheal Diseases; JSI, 1986.
15.     Evaluation of Jumla Health Project; New ERA/Nepal Red Cross Society/International Human Assistance Program/USAID, Nepal, 1983.
16.     Women in Forestry Project; A Feasibility Survey and Designing of Two Years Long Action Program: New ERA/UNSCAP, Thailand; 1983.
17.     Peace Crop Nepal Education Program Evaluation; Peace Crop/New ERA, 1983.
18.     Attitude and Opinion Survey of United Mission of Nepal's School Assistance Program in Gorkha; United Mission to Nepal/New ERA 1982.
19.     An Evaluation of GVS/SNV Involvement in the Community Water Supply Program of the Ministry of the Local Development; German Volunteer Service, Nepal/New ERA; 1981.
20.     Soybean Production and Utilization Survey at Kavre and Makawanpur District; CARE/Nepal, 1980.
21.     Forestry Needs Assessment Survey at Chautara; NAFP/New ERA; 1981, 1980 and 1979.
Study Reports Prepared and published with Co-authorship in English
22.     Study on the Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Practices of Farmers in the Hill Regions of Nepal; South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment/Ford Foundation/Pro-Public; Kathmandu, Nepal; 2002.
23.     Evaluation of Clean Home Delivery Kit; PATH, Save the Children (USA), Save the Children (UK), Save the Children (Japan), and REDDVARNA (Netherlands); 1998.
24.     Qualitative Investigation of Rural Social Marketing of Safe Home Delivery Kits; PATH/Save the Children USA, 1993
25.     Qualitative Investigation of Rural Social Marketing of Temporary Contraceptives and ORS; Save the Children USA, 1992.
26.     Study on Visual literacy; UNICEF/JSI; 1988.
27.     A Study of the Traditional Birth Attendants in Nepal; JSI; 1987.
28.     Acute Respiratory Infection Intervention Study at Gorkha District; Save the Children, USA/JSI; 1986.
29.     A Study on Ecological Behavior of Rhesus Monkeys at TempleArea in Kathmandu; New ERA/Earth Watch, Belmont, Ma. USA; 1985.
30.     A Follow-up Study of the Tinau Watershed Project at Palpa District; New ERA/SATA; 1985.
31.     Fertility and Mortality Rates in Nepal, A National Survey; New ERA/National Commission of Population, Nepal 1984.
32.     Social Action and Adaptive Research Project at Gorkha, Myagdi and Mustang; Resource Conservation and Utilization Project/New ERA, 1983.
33.     Nutrition Education Survey of the Kalimati Clinic's Service Area; American Women of Nepal (AWON), 1980.
Training Materials Developed and published under various International Organizations for Nepalese Line Agencies (over 40 vols.)
1.        With TAF/USAID/ Pro-Public; for Strengthening Advocacy and Local Government Accountability Project; June-Oct. '02; Reviewed, edited and pre-tested:
               i.      Resource book .
              ii.      Training manual for grassroots level watchdog Committee.
2.     With JHPIEGO, Baltimore, USA/ NationalHealthTrainingCenter (NHTC), Ministry of Health (MOH), Government of Nepal. Under international contract for 5 years (1995-2000) through Consulting Associates for Research and Training Services (CARTS). Involved in coordinating review works, translations, technical and linguistic editing and layouts. Completed volumes were:
i.      Reference Manual for Maternal & Neo-natal Health, '00 .
ii.     Participants Hand Book for Maternal & Neo-natal Health, '00.
iii.    Reference Manual for ANM, '00 .
iv.    Participants Hand Book for ANM, '00.
v.     Reference Manual for IUD, '99 .
vi.    Participants Hand Book for IUD, '99.
vii.  Reference Manual for Infection Prevention for Family Planning, '96 .
viii. Participants Hand Book for Infection Prevention for Family Planning, '96 .
ix.    Reference Manual for Norplant, '96 .
x.     Participants Hand Book for Norplant, '96 .
xi.    Reference Manual for Minilaparotomy, '95 .
xii.     Participants Hand Book for Minilaparotomy, '95.
Under the same contract:
          xiii.      Edited: Comprehensive Family Planning course for Paramedics of Nepal ; November '93-Dec '95.
          xiv.      Translated and Voce Dubbed in Comprehensive Family Planning (COFP) Training Video In Baltimore, USA; November, '95.
3.     With Development Associates (DA), Virginia, USA/ NationalHealthTrainingCenter (NHTC), Ministry of Health (MOH), Government of Nepal; Under international contract for 2 years (June 1993-95). Involved in developing, writing, pretesting in field, technical and linguistic editing and designing layouts. Completed volumes included for 4 levels of trainees i.e. Policy Makers, Master trainers, Trainers, Grass-roots level FCHVs (Female Community Health Volunteers). The completed volumes were:
               i.      Policy Maker's Handbook for FCHV Program.
              ii.      FCHV Master Trainer's Manual.
            iii.      FCHV Trainers' Manual.
            iv.      Pictorial Handbook for Illiterate FCHVs.
              v.      Handbooks for literate FCHVs.
            vi.      Trainer's Manual for Training Mothers Group in the grass-root level.
           vii.      Pictorial Handbooks for gross-roots level Mothers Group.
         viii.      Flip charts as instructional material.
             ix.      Booklets as instructional material.
              x.      Slides as instructional material.
             xi.      Pictorial books as instructional material.
Under the same contract collaborated with REDD VARNA:
           xii.      Translated Traditional Birth Attendance (TBA) Trainers Manual; REDD VARNA/NHTC, MOH Katmandu. Oct.-Dec. '95.
          xiii.      Developed TBA Training Materials (Booklets, Flipchart); REDD VARNA and NHTC, MOH; Nov 21-26, '93.
4.     With JHU/PCS, USA; Produced COFP (Comprehensive Family Planning Course training program) Video film for Paramedics; under the international contract. Involved in writing story, video Script writing and Directed the film production, November '94-June '95.
5.     With Support Activities for Poor Producers of Nepal/UNDP; Developed Rural Development Workers' manual.; Nov. '93. May '93. Wrote, pre-tested and finalized following 6 volumes of manuals:
               i.      User group's Handbook for Irrigation,
              ii.      User group's Handbook for Irrigation, Drinking Water,
            iii.      User group's Handbook for Rural Trail,
            iv.      User group's Handbook for Community Forestry,
              v.      User group's Handbook for Rural Development in general,
            vi.      Training manual for the trainers of User group's.
32.    With World Neighbors/PATH; Developed 3 vols. of following Training Modules for Development; '91.
               i.      Handbook on Family Planning and Reproductive Health.
              ii.      Handbook on Communication .
            iii.      Training of Trainers.
7.     With JSI/USAID revised, field-tested, and edited following Training Manuals:
               i.      Diarrheal Disease Curriculum for Acute Respiratory Infection Intervention Program, Nepal Red Cross; Dang. July '90.
              ii.      Nurses' Manual: JSI/FPMCH Family Planning and Maternity Child Health Program: April '98.
            iii.      Revision of Field Health Workers' Manual: JSI/FPMCH Program: April '98.
Audio/Video CD Album
1.        Singer, Musician and Lyricist: "Mato Bolchha"; CD album with eight songs; Himalaya Television, Denver, USA; 2002.
2.        Writer/Producer/Director/Actor/Musician: VCD of "Mukti Sangharsha": A Feature Film in Nepali: Manjushree Films Pvt. Ltd.; 1992.
Movie and Film Drama
1.        Writer/Producer/Actor: For "Rahasyamaya Gupha", a feature film in Nepali: Manjushree Films, 1989.
2.        Director/Writer:For"Childhood Diarrhea in Nepal"; a 15 minutes long Video Documentary, 1991.
3.        Writer/Producer/Director/Actor/Musician: For "Mukti Sangharsha": A Feature Film in Nepali: Manjushree Films Pvt. Ltd.; 1992.
4.        Member of the Juries: For International Film Festival organized to celebrate the 100th anniversary of cinema by the Alliance Françoise de Katmandu, Goethe Institute, the British Council and Russian Center of Science and Culture; November 1995.
5.        Co-Director/Manager:For "Depo"; a 30 minutes long Video Documentary on Family Planning,Produced as a Training material; 1995.
Literary Activities
1.       Advisor: Global Federation for Nepalese Literature, 2010-
2.       Coordinator: International Network for Children’s Literary Activities, 2007 on going.
3.       Coordinator: National Story Writing Competition, Organized for girls students of three various levels e.g. Lower Secondary, Secondary and Higher Secondary schools; Organized by Tempus International (Canada) and READ (USA); 2007 Kathmandu.
4.       Coordinator: National Story Writing Competition, Organized for boys students of three various levels e.g. Lower Secondary, Secondary and Higher Secondary schools; Organized by Tempus International ( Canada) and READ (USA) ; 2007 Kathmandu.
5.       Coordinator: National Essay Writing Competition, Organized for girls students of three various levels e.g. Lower Secondary, Secondary and Higher Secondary schools; Organized by Tempus International ( Canada) and READ (USA) ; 2007 Kathmandu.
6.       Founder/Patron: One literary award through Aswikrit Bichar Sahitya Guthi,
7.       Founder/Patron: Children’s Literary Awards (for Honor for promoter/writer, promoter organization, child talent), 1996.
8.       Coordinator: National Essay Writing Competition, Organized for Boys students of three various levels e.g. Lower Secondary, Secondary and Higher Secondary schools; Organized by Tempus International ( Canada) and READ (USA) ; 2007; Kathmandu.
9.       Campaigner: Boot-polish Campaign; A sarcastic literary campaign for promoting the literary profession in Nepal 1974; Kathmandu.
10.    Campaigner: A literary campaign for the promotion of rejected literature in Nepal; 1969; Kathmandu.- ongoing .
Conferences/Workshops
1.       International Participant/Paper Presenter: May Day Gathering; May 1, '04; organized by Nepalese Worker's Union, Kuala Lumpur, Paper title: Need of the Cross Cultural, Linguistic and Job Related Specific Orientation for the Nepalese Workers Working Abroad."
2.       Sole Paper Presenter: Conference on Nepali Video Movie. Organized by Nepal Film Development Board, Government of Nepal.. Apr '01. Katmandu; Paper title-The Problem and solution of Nepalese Video Film Industry.
3.       International Participant/Paper Presenter: Pyongyang International Film Festival of Non-Aligned and other Developing Countries. Participated with film "Mukti Shangharsha"; Oct-Nov, '94, Pyongyang, North Korea. Paper title- "Prospect of Video Films in Developing Countries..
4.       International Participant/Chief Rapporteur.:Conference on Role of Non Governmental Organization in Drug Abuse Prevention; SAARC Meeting, May '90; Katmandu.
5.       Sole Paper Presenter: National Diarrhea Conference; National Control of Diarrheal Disease Project, MOH; Pokhara; '90: Paper title- "Step Toward Adopting 500 cc Jeevan Jal".
6.       Participant/Paper Presenter: Seminar on Culture and Maternity and Child Health; Institute of Medicine and Depart of Sociology/Anthropology Tribhuvan University Nepal: Oct '87: Paper title-"Ethnographic Study on Childhood Diarrhea in Nepal".
7.       Participant/Paper Presenter: Third National Linguistic Conference: Nepal Linguistic Society: Katmandu, Nov. '82: Title-"What Nepalese Folklore Tells About Language".
8.       Participant/Paper Presenter: National Seminar on Children's Literature: National Children's Literature Society: Katmandu, '89; Paper title- "The Need of Science Fiction in Nepalese Children's Literature".
9.       Participant/Paper Presenter: National Seminar on Children's Literature: National Children's Literature Society: Katmandu, '98; Paper title-"Problems in the Distribution and Publication Children's Literature in Nepal".
Journalism
1.       Journalist: Vasudha; English monthly, 1970-71, Kathmandu.
2.       Journalist: Sahi Awaj, Daily news; 1970; Kathmandu .
3.       Guest Editor: Sanjeevani; Literary magazine; 1970; Kathmandu .
4.       Editor/Publisher: Mantra; Literary magazine; 1970-72; Kathmandu .
5.       Editor/Publisher: Samayik Sar Sangraha; Literary magazine; 1972-73; Kathmandu .
6.       Editor: Mero Pyaro Okhaldhunga; Literary Collection; Okhaldhunga Social Trust; 1990; Kathmandu .
7.       Advisor: Nava Yuva, Monthly, Antarkriya Prakashan, 1996- on going.
8.       Director: Sagarmatha Daily, Surya Prakashan, 1996-2004.
9.       Director: Everest Herald, Daily, Surya Prakashan, 1996-2004 .
10.    Chairman/Publisher: Chanbin, Weekly, 1997-2003.
11.    Chairman: Board of directors Nepal Television (Political appointment), Kathmandu, 1995-1996.
Sponsorship
1.       Founder/Life Patron: Rejected Literature Award Trust, (providing one award every year to rejected writer pleading for revolutionary social change); Kathmandu. 1996.
2.       Founder/Life Patron; Kavitaram Children's Literature Venture, (providing 3 awards every year for: i. promoter personality, ii promoter institutions, iii. a child talent). 1996.
3.       Sponsor/Life Patron: "Manamaya-Kavitaram Lifetime Award" providing 3 awards to Musician, Lyricist and Singer; organized by Sunaulo Library, Dharan, 2003.
4.       Sponsor/Life Patron: Nanda Memorial Educational Scholarship for two deprived children from backward community of Remote district of Okhaldhunga. 2001.
Volunteer Social Services and professional membership
1.       International Advisor: Global Federation for Nepalese Literature, 2010-on going.
2.       International Advisor: Kapilvastu Day Global Movement International Committee, 2009-on going.
3.       International Advisor: SAARC Foundation for Nepalese Literature, 2008-on going.
4.       International Coordinator: International Promotional Network for Children's Literature, 2008-on going.
5.       International Advisor: Children's Literature Society, Virginia, USA July 2008-on going.
6.       International Advisor: Children's Literature Society, London, UK, June 2008-on going.
7.       International Advisor: Sayapatri Nepalese Cultural Group, London, Dec. 2007-on going.
8.       Chairman: ANSWER Nepal (Nepal-American Students & Women's Educational Relief), Kathmandu, 2007-on going.
9.       Chairman: Manjushree Films Pvt. Ltd., Kathmandu. ,1988-on going.
10.    Chairman and Life Member: Nepal Video Films Promotion Committee,1990-on going.
11.    Advisor: Kaushiki Sahityik Pratisthan, Kathmandu, 2000 – on going.
12.    Member: Global Health Organization, Washington, USA, 2000- on going.
13.    Member of the Board of Directors (1981-85) Member of the Executive Board, (1976-85), Founder Share-holding Member: New ERA Ltd. (A Research and Training Agency), 1985-on going.
14.    Member of the Board of Directors: SwornaSikshaEnglishSecondary School, Gokarna, 2001-on going.
15.    Advisor: Women and Children Welfare Movement, Society for National Development (SOUND) Nepal, 199 - ongoing.
16.    Patron: Sunaulo Library, Dharan, 2003-on going.
17.    Chairman: Consulting Associating for Research and Training Services (CARTS), Katmandu, Nepal, 1985- ongoing
18.    Life Member: Nepal Children's Literature Society, 1991.
19.    Life Member: Nepal Literary Journalists' Association, 1990
20.    Vice Chairman/Life Member: World Organization for Early Childhood Education, Nepal Chapter. 1988-on going.
21.    Advisor: Women Welfare and DevelopmentCenter, 1993 - ongoing.
22.    Treasurer: Nepal Folklore Society, Kathmandu, 1994-on going.
23.    Advisor: Nava Yuva: A Monthly Youth Magazine; Antarkriya Publication. Kathmandu 1995 -on going.
24.    Chairman: AdarshaJyotiEnglishSecondary School, Gundu, Bhaktapur, 2000-2006.
25.    Member: Siddhicharan Literary Academy, Kathmandu-1988-2004.
26.    Chairman: SwornaSikshaEnglishSecondary School, Gokarna,1999-2001
27.    Advisor: Women Environment Pressure Committee, Kupondole, Lalitpur, Nepal, 1994 -2001.
28.    Patron: SwornaSikshaEnglishSecondary School, Gokarna, 1997-1999.
29.    Advisor: Nawaras Kala Mandir, Mahadev Than, Kathmandu, 1995-1999.
30.    Advisor: Suryodaya Kala Samuha: Subidhanagar, Kathmandu, 1995-1996.
31.    Life Member: Nepal Drug Abuse Control Society: Kathmandu, 1988-1995.
32.    Advisor: Surya Udaya Kala Samuha: Koteshwor, Kathmandu, 1995-1996.
33.    Advisor: Purveli Jana-sanskritic Sangh, Kathmandu, 1996-1998.
34.    Advisor: Kala Ranko, Koteshwor, Kathmandu, 1995-1998.
35.    Advisor: Nepal Video Films Organization, Kathmandu, 1996-2004.
36.    Patron/Advisor: Ekikrit Kala Samuha, Kathmandu, 1995-1998.
37.    Patron/Advisor: NepalAmerica Ekikrit Kala Samuha, Colorado, USA, 1996-1998.
38.    Advisor: NepalAmerica Samparka Samiti Washington, USA, 1996-1898.
39.    Chairman and life Member: Okhaldhunga Social Trust 1982-1986 .
40.    Initiator and Advisor: Namaste Associates, Research and Training Agency run by Professional women, 1982-1985.


 

Work Experiences:
Political Appointments by the Government of Nepal
1.     Vice-Chairman (Equivalent to Deputy Minister): National Board for the Development of Nationalities (Chaired by Hon'ble. Minister; Ministry of Local Development, Government of Nepal Oct.-Dec. 1998.
2.     Member of the National Development Council (Chaired by Hon'ble Prime Minister), Government of Nepal, Singha Durbar, Nepal; 1997-1998.
3.        Expert Advisor to the Deputy Prime Minister: For Monitoring National Development Activities; Deputy Prime Minister's Office, Government of Nepal; Singha Durbar, Katmandu Nepal; May–Oct 1997.
4.        Chairman of the Board of Directors: Nepal Television, Ministry of Information, Government of Nepal, (Dec. 1994 Oct.-1995).
Professional Involvement History in INGOs/NGOs.
1.        Director, National/International Relations: KIST Medical Collage, Imadol-6, Lalitpur, Nepal, 2008 -on going.
2.        Visiting Professor: International HealthDepartment of Public Health, University of AberdeenMedical School, Polwarth Building, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB25 2ZD, Scotland, UK , Tel/Fax: +44 1224 550925. 2008 - on going.
3.        Executive Chairman: Consulting Associating for Research and Training Services (CARTS, Katmandu, Nepal, 1985-on going.
4.        Action Research and Training Program Development Expert: READ, International, KatmanduNepal, 2004- 2006.
5.        Counseling Consultant (under international contract); Arshoba Corporation, a human resource company, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Through CARTS/Nepal. Feb '2002- 2005.
1.        Research Consultant; South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment/Ford Foundation/Pro-Public; Katmandu, Nepal; June-Dec. '02.
2.        Field Research Director (under international contract): Evaluation of Clean Home Delivery Kit; PATH, Save the Children (USA), Save the Children (UK), Save the Children (Japan), and REDDVARNA (Netherlands); March-Dec. '98.
3.        Research Scholar for Ph. D. Degree; Gorakhpur University, India. '94-'97.
4.        Research Consultant (under international contract): Qualitative Investigation of Rural Social Marketing of Safe Home Delivery Kits: PATH/Save the Children USA, Dec. '92-Feb. '93.
6.        Health Training Material Development Expert (under international contract): Johns Hopkins University Program for International Education in Reproductive Health (JHPIEGO), Baltimore, through CARTS/Nepal, (Nov. '93-Dec. '01).
7.        Field Director (under international contract):PATH (Program for appropriate Technology in Health), 4 Nickerson Street, Seattle. WA 98109, (March- '98-Dec. '98).
8.        Health Training Material Development Expert (under international contract): Development Associates (DA)/USAID Washington, assigned to work with UNFPA, NationalHealthTrainingCenter/ Government of Nepal and USAID, Nepal. (June '93-'94).
9.        Health Training Video Film Co-Director (under international contract): Johns Hopkins University/Baltimore, assigned to work with JHU/PCS in Nepal to make film on Comprehensive Family Planning (Nov. '94-Jan '95).
10.     Training Expert/Educationist: Support Activities for Poor Producers of Nepal (SAPPROS)/UNDP, Nepal. (Short-term Consultant) through CARTS/Nepal Nov '92-May '93.
11.     Qualitative Data Analyst: Social Marketing of Safe Home Delivery Kits Project: Save the Children USA, Nepal. (Short-term Consultant) Dec. '92.
12.     Training and Communication Material Development Specialist: Bauddha Baunepati Project/World Neighbors/PATH, Short-term Consultant, '91-'92.
13.     Training Resource Person: Nepal Association for Drug Abuse Prevention, Katmandu, Short-term Consultant, through CARTS/Nepal '98-'90.
14.     Field Studies Director/Program Specialist General (USAID FSN Level 12 and Grade 15): Integrated Rural Health and Family Planning Services Project, Ministry of Health and JSI/USAID/Nepal, Full-time Job, '86-'90.
15.     Researcher/Trainer-Acting Director:New ERA Ltd. (A Research and Training Agency), Full-time Job, '75-'85.
16.     Student's Field Project Advisor:College Year in Nepal Program, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA (Guided for 4 students); '82-'85.
17.     Sociologist:Mrigendra Medical Trust, Short-term Consultant, 1985.
18.     Training and Research Expert: Namaste Associates (A Research and Training Agency), Short-term Consultant, '82-'85.
19.     Program Consultant to the Country Director: CARE/Nepal, 1980.
20.     Training Specialist: NepalAustraliaForest Project (NAFP), Nepal, Short-term Consultant; '79, '80 and '81.
21.     Research Manager:Kalimati Clinic of American Women in Nepal (AWON), Short-term Consultant, 1979.
22.     Royal Tour Guide: Department of Tourism, Government of Nepal 1975.
23.     Library Assistant; TribhubanUniversity; Katmandu; 1974-1975.
24.     Teacher: Various secondary and primary schools in Dolakha and Sunsari Districts; 1965-1974.
Specifications of 37 research and development projects carried in the above mentioned professional history.
1.       Workshop Coordinator: National Workshop on Reading Promotion; Organized by READ (USA); Oct. '04; Katmandu.
2.       Project Development Consultant: Developing Action Research and Training Programs for COADY International Institute Canada and READ, International; KatmanduNepal; 2006-Aug 06.
3.       Counseling Consultant (under international contract), Counseling Nepalese workers at problem in Malaysia: Arshoba Corporation, a human resource company, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Through CARTS/Nepal. Feb '2002- 2005.
4.       Research Consultant:Study on the Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Practices of Farmers in the Hill Regions of Nepal. South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment/Ford Foundation/Pro-Public; Katmandu, Nepal; June-Dec. '02.
5.       Field Research Director (under international contract): Evaluation of Clean Home Delivery Kit; PATH, Save the Children (USA), Save the Children (UK), Save the Children (Japan), and REDDVARNA (Netherlands); March-Dec. '98.
6.       Research Scholar for Ph. D. Degree: Socio-Cultural Aspects of the Gap between Knowledge and Practice amongst Home Caretakers of Childhood Diarrhea in Rural Nepal; Gorakhpur University, India. '94-'97.
7.       Research Consultant (under international contract): Qualitative Investigation of Rural Social Marketing of Safe Home Delivery Kits: PATH/Save the Children USA, Dec. '92-Feb. '93.
8.       Research Consultant: Qualitative Investigation of Rural Social Marketing of Temporary Contraceptives and ORS: Save the Children USA, Mar-Apr '92.
9.       Project Director: An Ethnographic Study on Child-care Practices among Tamangs in a Rural Area near Katmandu: Mrigendra Medical Trust; '90.
10.    Coordinator: Social Marketing of New ORS Product in Nepal: JSI/PHD, '98.
11.    Sociologist: Anthropological study on Alcoholism and Maternity Child Health Practices among Tamang Women in Katmandu Periphery: CARTS/MMT; '90.
12.    Sociologist: Women's Income Generation Feasibility Study: Communication Development Center/Women Development Section, MPLD; '89.
13.    Research Director: ORT Consumer Preference Study: JSI; July-Dec. '98.
14.    Research Advisor: Study on Visual literacy: UNICEF/JSI; April '98.
15.    Coordinator: Community Health Leader Program Evaluation: JSI/PHD: Nov '87.
16.    Coordinator: A Study on the Family Planning Maternity Child Health Activities of NGOs in Nepal: JSI; Nov '87.
17.    Coordinator: Evaluation of Home Made ORS, JSI/Intercept/UNICEF; '87.
18.    Coordinator: Child Survival Program Evaluation in Bara: JSI; June '87.
19.    Coordinator: ORT Container Study: JSI; '87.
20.    Survey Director: A Study of the Traditional Birth Attendants in Nepal: JSI; '87.
21.    Field Study Advisor: Acute Respiratory Infection Intervention Study at Gorkha District: Save the Children, USA/JSI; '86.
22.    Director: Ethnographic Research on Diarrheal Diseases: CRS/JSI; '86.
23.    Director: As Evaluation of Community Based Health Project-Panauti: Nepal Red Cross Society/CARTS: May-July '86.
24.    Reviewer: Review of Ethnographic Literature on Diarrheal Disease in Nepal: JSI, '86.
25.    Compiler: Annotated Bibliography of Ethnographic Research on Diarrheal Diseases: JSI, '86.
26.    Project Advisor: A Study on Ecological Behavior of Rhesus Monkeys at Temple Area in Katmandu, New ERA/Earth Watch, Belmont, Ma. USA; '85.
27.    Project Advisor: A Follow-up Study of the Tinau Watershed Project at Palpa District: New ERA/SATA; Dec '84-Apr '85.
28.    Survey Coordinator: Fertility and Mortality Rates in Nepal, A National Survey: New ERA/National Commission of Population, Nepal '83/84.
29.    Director: Evaluation of Jumla Health Project: New ERA/Nepal Red Cross Society/International Human Assistance Program/USAID, Nepal, '83.
30.    Director: Women in Forestry Project: A Feasibility Survey and Designing of Two Years Long Action     Program: New ERA/UNSCAP, Thailand; '83.
31.    Research Officer: Social Action and Adaptive Research Project at Gorkha, Myagdi and Mustang: Resource Conservation and Utilization Project/New ERA, '83.
32.    Project Director: Peace Crop Nepal Education Program Evaluation: Peace Crop/New ERA, '83.
33.    Director: Attitude and Opinion Survey of United Mission of Nepal's School Assistance Program in Gorkha: United Mission to Nepal/New ERA '81/'82.
34.    Research Officer: An Evaluation of GVS/SNV Involvement in the Community Water Supply Program of the Ministry of the Local Development: German Volunteer Service, Nepal/New ERA; '81.
35.    Project Manager: Nutrition Education Survey of the Kalimati Clinic's Service Area: American Women of Nepal (AWON), '80.
36.    Project Advisor: Soybean Production/Utilization Survey at Kavre and Makawanpur District; CARE/Nepal, '80.
37.    Survey Manager: Forestry Needs Assessment Survey: Conducted as a Part of Forestry Foreman Training for NAFP at Chautara; New ERA; '81, '80 and '79.
Specifications of 41 Training, Orientation, Field action and Counseling Projects carried in the above mentioned professional history.
1.       International Coordinator: One-day-long workshop for Nepali children on 'How to Write Stories', organized by Children's Literature Society, Virginia, USA July 2008-on going.
2.       Health Clinics Coordinator: Organized 47 Health Clinic serving over 4000 patients at 13 VDCs, few wards of LalitpurMunicipality and 5 schools of Lalitpur District, under PPP (Public-Private Partnership) Program initiated by KISTMedicalCollege and District Public Health Office (DPHO), Lalitpur.
3.       Workshop Coordinator/Resource person: National level workshop on 'Story writing preaching to children' organized for School Teachers; Organized by READ (USA), Tempus International (Canada) and Kavitaram Children's Venture (Nepal) 2007; Kathmandu.
4.       Training Consultant:Action Project on Strengthening Advocacy and Local Government Accountability; TAF/USAID/ Pro-Public; Reviewed, edited and pre-tested a resource book and a training manual for grassroots level watchdog Committee; June-Oct. '02.
5.       Training Material Development Coordinator (under international contract):Worked for 5 years (1995-2000) through Consulting Associates for Research and Training Services (CARTS)to work forJHPIEGO, Baltimore, USA/ National Health Training Center (NHTC), Ministry of Health (MOH), Government of Nepal. Responsibilities involved in coordinating translations, technical and linguistic editing and layouts. Completed 12 volumes of reference manuals and participant's handbooks.
6.       Review Expert (under international contract): Consultancy provided for the adoption of Competency-based participatory method for Outreach Clinic Training Reference Manual: UNFPA/JHPIEGO/USAID, Nepal/ NHTC, Ministry of Health (MOH); March '95-July '96
7.       Editor: Traditional Birth Attendance Trainers Manual: REDD VARNA/NHTC, MOH Katmandu. Oct.-Dec. '95.
8.       Visiting Consultant (under international contract): Translation and Voice Dubbing in Comprehensive Family Planning (COFP) Training Video: JHPIEGO/Baltimore, USA; November, '95.
9.       Training Material Development Specialist (under international contract): Reviewing and revising Competency-based participatory Comprehensive Family Planning course for Paramedics of Nepal under MOH/USAID. The paramedics included of Health Professionals like ANM, HA and AHWs. Consultancy provided through DA (JHPIEGO/USAID, Washington). November '93-Dec '95.
10.    Training Material Development Specialist (under international contract): Developing, Reviewing, Pre-testing and Revising Four Levels of Competency-based participatory Training Manuals for Female Health Volunteer (FCHV) Program under MOH/UNFPA/USAID. The manuals included for Policy Level Managers, Master Trainers, Trainers and FCHVs, the gross-roots level workers. Consultancy provided through DA (Development Associates, USAID, Washington). June '93-Dec '94.
11.    Co-Director for Video Training Material Development (under international contract): Script writing and video film production for Comprehensive Family Planning Course training program for Paramedics of Nepal under MOH/USAID. Consultancy provided through JHU PCS/JHPIEGO, USAID. November '94-June '95.
12.    Visiting Resource Person (under international contract): Competency-based participatory and humanistic approach of training on Clinical Training Skills in Reproductive Health; Bangkok, Thailand, '94 Jan 8-21; Organized by JHPIEGO.
13.    Training Consultant (under international contract): Provided occasional consultancies for Competency-based Participatory and Humanistic Training Methods through DA to COFP (Comprehensive Family Planning program) JHPIEGO/DA/National Health Training Center, Ministry of Health, Oct. '93
14.    Training Material Development Resource Person (under international contract): Provided consultancy for Competency-based Participatory and Humanistic Training Methods through DA in a TBA Training Material Development Workshop organized by REDD VARNA and NHTC, MOH; Nov 21-26, '93.
15.    Training Expert/Educationist: Developed, pre-tested and finalized Competency-based Participatory TOT (Training of Trainers) Manual for Users' Group Training; Support Activities for Poor Producers of Nepal (SAPPROS)/UNDP/Nepal, Nov. '93.
16.    Training Expert/Educationist: Development of User group's Manuals for Development works; SAPPROS/UNDP Nepal Nov '93-May '93. Developed, pre-tested and finalized five volumes Manuals i.e.: Irrigation, Drinking Water, Rural Trail, Community Forestry and Rural Development in general.
17.    Trainer:Training on Focus Group Research Methodology for the Staff of Social Marketing of Safe Home Delivery Kit; Save the Children, USA; '92.
18.    Trainer: Videography & editing Training for Cinematographers, '92.
19.    Training Material Development Specialist:Competency-based Participatory Training Modules for Development; World Neighbors/PATH Nepal, '91. Developed volumes were: Vol. I. Training of Trainers; Vol. II Communication; Vol. III Family Planning and Reproductive Health;
20.    Resource Person: Competency-based Participatory TOT (Training of Trainers) Training for Baudha Baune Pati Health Project Personnel; '91.
21.    Resource Person: Training on Social Market Research Methodology for Field Workers of CRS, Nepal and Save the Children USA, Nepal: Aug. '90.
22.    Project Director: CounselingCenter for Drug Abusers in Katmandu, NEADAP Jan '90.
23.    Training Specialist/Resource Person: Strategies for Drug Abuse Prevention training/workshop organized for NGOs in Nepal: Nepal Association for Drug Abuse Prevention (NEADAP) and Home Ministry, April '90.
24.    Training Specialist/Resource person: Training on Research Methodology organized for NGOs in Nepal: NEADAP and Home Ministry, April '90.
25.    Training Review Coordinator: Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Training and Orientation Program: JSI/PHD: '98-'90.
26.    Coordinator: CHV Performance Review Project (Follow-up of a training program): JSI/Public Health Division (PHD), '89.
27.    Training Advisor:IUD Training for Nurses: Family Planning and Maternity Child Health Project (FPMCH)/JSI: April '98.
28.    Diarrheal Disease Curriculum Designer: Acute Respiratory Infection Intervention Program, Nepal Red Cross/JSI Dang. July '90.
29.    Coordinator: Field Testing and Revision of Nurses' Manual: JSI/FPMCH: April '98.
30.    Coordinator: Field Testing and Revision of Field Health Workers' Manual: JSI/FPMCH: April '98.
31.    Training Coordinator/Trainer: Focus group Discussion Research Training for Various NGOs and INGOs: JSI: May '87.
32.    Training Project Coordinator/Training Specialist: Population Education for Farmers through Agricultural Extension Workers: This involved Training Needs Assessments, Curriculum and Material Development, Designing and Implementation of Training for four levels of trainees i.e. Project Policy Makers, Trainers, Field Workers and Farmers: Department of Agriculture, Government of Nepal/Agricultural Development Bank (ADB)/ FAO/UNFPA/New ERA: '85.
33.    Trainer: Helping Landless Families in Managing Economic Activities in slum area of KatmanduCity; Trainees consisted of women volunteer professionals of Namaste Associates, '84.
34.    Training Coordinator:Training for Community Health Committee under Khokana Semi-Urban Sanitation Pilot Project: UNICEF/MOH/ Ministry of Panchayat and Local Development (MPLD)/New ERA: '82.
35.    Project Advisor/Trainer:Production Credit for Rural Women Training Program: Trainees consisted of Women Development Officers, ADB Managers, US PCVs and ADB Field Assistants: UNICEF/MPLD/New ERA: May '82-April '83.
36.    Research Staff Trainer: Learning Resources in Bajhang, Bajura and Doti Districts: UNESCO/Ministry of Education Nepal/New ERA: April '82.
37.    Training and Education Specialist: CommunityForest Nursery Foreman's Training Program: Nepal-Australia Forestry Project (NAFP) New ERA: '79.
38.    Trainer and Evaluator: CommunityForest Nursery Foreman's Training Program: NAFP: '80.
39.    Coordinator/Orientor: Language and Country Orientation Program for Foreign Advisors, Team Leaders and Directors of USAID; Management Science for Health (MSH), US; Midwestern Universities Consortium for International Assistance (MUCIA), US; CARE International, Save the Children Fund, UK; NAFP, Australia, and John Snow Inc. (JSI): The Program consisted of (i) language retreat; (ii) two to four weeks of stay with a Nepalese family in rural Nepal, and (iii) Job Specific Orientation: New ERA and Short-term Consultancies: '76-85.
40.    Orientor: For Deputy High Commissioner of Australia: Orientation on the People's Participation and Project Progress: Involved 4 days of field visit to the NAFP Area at Chautara Forest Division: New ERA: '79.
41.    Royal Cultural Tour Guide:Guided their Excellencies Foreign Secretaries of South Asian countries, during Colombo Meeting in Nepal. '81.
42.    Royal Cultural Tour Guide: Liaison for HRH Prince Charles, Duke of Gloucester and Lord Mountbattan during their presence in Nepal during the King's Coronation in '75.
 
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