A public health professional and a registered nurse with more than three years of research and program experience in the health sector. Involved in several projects in sectors such as non-communicable diseases, sexual and reproductive health of HIV infected women, ART adherence among people living with HIV, social health insurance scheme in selected districts of Nepal and GESI with a sound knowledge and experience in research (Mixed methods). Robust research skills in coordinating research activities with relevant stakeholders, ethical clearance, implementing research activities, monitoring and supervising field researchers, developing tools and informed consent forms, document review, developing data analysis plan, data cleaning, data analysis and report writing at HERD International.
Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the tasks assigned.
WHO; TDR Gender Toolkit:
HERD International is piloting a toolkit entitled “TDR Gender Research Toolkit: Incorporating intersectional gender analysis into research on infectious diseases of poverty” to generate case studies on Tuberculosis (TB) and Lymphatic Filariasis (LF), which was funded by TDR, WHO. Responsible for development of protocol, tools and informed consent form, submission of protocol for ethical clearance at ethical review board, coordination for field work, data collection, data cleaning, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, report writing, generating case studies and providing feedback on ‘TDR Gender Toolkit’ in terms of its usability.