I have worked with several national and international organisations for twenty years on research and development of community based prevention strategies to prevent human trafficking and systematic child abuse. I have trained development professionals on prevention strategies extensively in South East Asia and helped them develop sustainable community based clubs to combat human trafficking. These include identifying volunteers, mobilising local resources, and valuing community ideas and relationships with other government and non-government stakeholders. I have assisted in developing community training curriculum (Family Strengthening Manual 1 &2) and Bhitri Sundarta and Saahas (girls and boys empowerment curriculum) which are used as tools to empower local communities and prevent young boys and girls from trafficking. I have worked with Global Family since 2009 and currently oversee projects in Nepal.
Bachelors in Sociology and Economics, Tribhuvan University
Masters in Development Studies, Purbanchal University