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Faculty / Lecturers / Bidhya Shrestha

 
Title: Lecturer
Name: Ms. Bidhya Shrestha
Address: Kirtipur-10, Nepal
Email:bidhyashrestha@gmail.com
Phone:+977-9841331297 (Cell)

Academic degree:
  - M.Phil. in Population Studies from Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.
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  • Master of Arts in Population Studies from Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Work History:
  - Lecturer in Central Department of Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, 7 March 2017 to date.
  - Teaching Assistant in Central Department of Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, 15 May 2008 to 6 March 2017.
  - Faculty Associate in Central Department of Population Studies, Tribuhuvan University, Kathmandu, 9 February 2003 to 14 May 2008

Major Publications:
  - Media Exposure and Women Empowerment in Nepal" (2016) in Perspectives on Higher Education, Journal of TUTA (Kathmandu: University Campus)
  - Women Exposure to Mass Media and Its Impact on Family Planning Use in Nepal" (2016) in Population and Development in Nepal, Journal of Population and Development Issues (Kathmandu: MoPE)
  - Women's Domestic Decision Making Autonomy and Contraceptive Use in Rural Nepal" (2014) in Population and Development in Nepal, Journal of Population and Development Issues (Kathmandu: MoHP)
  - Women's Household Decision Making Power and Contraceptive Use in Nepal" (2012) in Nepal Population Journal, 16(17) (Kathmandu: Population Association of Nepal).
  - Role of Males for the Improvement of Maternal Health Care in Chepang Community" (2006) in Population Magazine, Vol. 3, (Kathmandu: Central Department of Population Studies).
  - Family Planning: The Key to Reduce Maternal Mortality", (2004) in Population Magazine, Vol. 2, (Kathmandu: Central Department of Population Studies).

Major Research Work:
  - Situation Assessment of Child Marriage in Selected 5 Intervention Districts of Nepal. Survey carried out by CDPS, TU for UNFPA, Kathmandu [July 2016 - ongoing].
- UNFPA CP7 Outcome 3 Study: 4th Round, March, 2016" Conducted by CPRT, CDPS, TU in collaboration UNFPA, 2016.
- UNFPA CP7 Outcome 3 Study: 3rd Round, February, 2015" Conducted by CPRT, CDPS, TU in collaboration UNFPA, 2015
- UNFPA CP7 Outcome 3 Study: 2nd Round, April, 2014" Conducted by CPRT, CDPS, TU in collaboration UNFPA, 2014
- An exploratory research on Better Life Option Program (BLOP) implemented by Plan Nepal, 2009
- Relevance and Appropriateness of FPAN Outreach Clinics", Sponsored by FPAN and Conducted by CPRT, CDPS, TU, February 2008
- Baseline Survey on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) of Adolescents and Youth on Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)" Sponsored by SunauloPariwar Nepal/Marie Stopes International - Nepal, January 2008
- Desk Review of Early/Child Marriage in Nepal", Sponsored by FPAN and Conducted by CPRT, CDPS, TU, August 7, 2007
- Children Working at Own Home: Are They Visible Child Labour?" for SCJ/N, 2005.
Area of Interest:
  Child labor, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Gender Studies.
 

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