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Faculty / Lecturers / Mr. Dhanendra Veer Shakya

 
Title: Lecturer (PhD Scholar)
Name: Mr. Dhanendra Veer Shakya
Address: 957/33 Swayambhu, Bhuikhel, Kathmandu, Nepal
Email:shakyadv@gmail.com
Phone: 977-1-4323331 (Off.); 977-1-4278136 (Res.); 977-9841279769 (Mob.)

Academic degree:
  - Candidate of Philosophy of Doctor (Ph.D.) in Population Studies, Tribhuvan University.
- Master of Arts in Population Studies from Tribhuvan University.

Work History:
  - Lecturer in Central Department of Population Studies (CDPS), Tribhuvan University, 2 December 1998 to date.
  - Lecturer (part time) in Kathmandu Campus, Kathmandu, Aug. 1998 - Sept. 2002.
  - Project Assistant in Central Department of Population Studies (CDPS), Tribhuvan University, under the projects NEP/92/P01 and NEP/98/P01: Support to the Central Department of Population Studies.

Major Publications:
  - Evaluation Report on External Evaluation of "Community Development through Social Mobilization" - Project Implemented by Friends of Sankhu (FOS), Nepal, 2009 (with Ms. Gesa Grundmann).
  - Survey Report on Risk Perception, Improved Enabling Environment and Service Provider's Attitude Survey in Selected Districts for Improving the Sexual and Reproductive Health Status of Young Women in Nepal (Finnish Project-II), 2005 (with Dr. Ram Sharan Pathak)
  - Baseline Survey Report on Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge, Attitude, Behaviour and Practice among Adolescent, Youth and Adult People in FPAN Operation Area, Nepal, 2005 (with Dr. Ram Sharan Pathak)
  - Final Evaluation of "Developing and Testing Comprehensive Approaches to Increase Access to and Use of Condoms among Sexually Active Highly Vulnerable Young Factory Workers Project" in Nepal: A Case Study of Kathmandu Valley and Jhapa District, 2004 (with Dr. Ram Sharan Pathak)

Major Research Work:
  - Team Member in Evaluation Study on Implementation of FPAN Strategic Plan, 2005-2009, July 2009 - ongoing.
  - Research Associate in Nepal Social Safety-Net Survey, 2009, June-July 2009.
  - Team Member in External Evaluation of "Community Development through Social Mobilization (CDSM)" – Project, Feb. - Mar. 2009.
  - Research Associate in Poverty Monitoring and Evaluation Follow up Survey of Poverty Alleviation Fund, 2008-9, Dec. 2008- Jan 2009.
  - Research Associate in Poverty Monitoring and Evaluation Baseline Survey, Sept.-Oct. 2007, June-July 2006.
  - Team Member in Household Survey on Measuring Empowerment and Social Inclusion (MESI), April-May 2007.
  - Team Member in Risk Perception, Improved Enabling Environment and Service Provider's Attitude Survey in Selected Districts for Improving the Sexual and Reproductive Health Status of Young Women in Nepal, Nov.-Dec. 2005.
  - Team Member in Sexual and Reproductive Health Knowledge, Attitude, Behaviour and Practice among Adolescent, Youth and Adult, January 2005.
  - Team Member in Final Evaluation of "Developing and Testing Comprehensive Approaches to Increase Access to and Use of Condoms among Sexually Active Highly Vulnerable Young Factory Workers Project" in Nepal: A Case Study of Kathmandu Valley and Jhapa District, January 2004.

Area of Interest:
  Fertility, Sexual and Reproductive Health (HIV/AIDS), Indirect Techniques of Demographic Estimation, etc.
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