Education Qualification

Master’s Degree in Population Studies/ Demography, University Campus, Kirtipur, Nepal, 2005



Bishnu Prasad Dulal

Lead- Information System and Population Service

Mr. Bishnu Prasad Dulal is an experienced Health Information System expert, Data Analysis and Research Design specialist with 18 years of experience. With a master’s degree in Population Studies from Tribhuvan University, Mr. Dulal brings knowledge and skills to the field of health information systems and research. His expertise lies in the areas of health information system strengthening, public health research, monitoring and evaluation, proposal writing, data management and analysis, capacity development. Proficient in various software such as MS Office, DHIS2, CSPro, ODK, SPSS, STATA, R, and Python, his focus lies in quantitative research analysis. With engagements in over 40 different health projects in the past, he currently serves as the Lead- Information System and Population Service at HERD International. In his prior role as Information System Strengthen Specialist at HERD International/NHSSP, he provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Health and Population, focusing on health information systems, planning, and monitoring. He also played a crucial role in supporting Ministry of Health and Population for monitoring the Nepal Health Sector Strategy Performance Indicators and reporting the NHSP3 program result framework.

Mr. Dulal’s tenure as Data Analysis and Management Manager at Helen Keller International showcased his key involvement in analyzing and presenting data for the national nutrition program ‘Suaahara.’ His role as a Data Analyst at HERD involved leading quantitative research and managing data, while at the CREHPA, as a Data Management Officer, he gained extensive experience in research design, implementation, data analysis, and report writing.

Under his leadership, Mr. Dulal successfully completed three significant research projects in 2022-23. These included a baseline study on post-harvest losses supported by iDE Nepal, an examination of the relationship between functional limitation and learning achievement for World Vision International’s ‘Achievement Strengthening Inclusive Education in Nepal’ program, and an endline assessment on COVID-19 vaccine access and awareness in rural Nepal supported by Lutheran World Relief.

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