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Faculty / Associate Professors / Keshab Prasad Adhikari

 
Title: Associate Professor
Name: Keshab Prasad Adhikari,PhD
Address: Kirtipur-10, Kathmandu, Nepal
Email:adhikarikpa@gmail.com

Academic degree:
  - Ph.D. in Gendered Poverty and Childhood Deprivation in Nepal, under Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University, Nepal, 2015.
  - M. A., in Development Studies in the Major of Population and Development, Institute of Social Studies (ISS), The Hague the Netherlands, 1999.
  - M.A., in Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal, 1992.

Work History:
  - From May, 2009 to date, Associate Professor (Reader) in Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur Kathmandu Nepal
  - From May, 1996 - May 2009, Lecturer in Population Studies, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur Kathmandu Nepal.

Major Publications:
  - 2004, Labour Market Dynamics and Child Porters: The Nepalese Context, with Balkumar KC, in Ram Sharan Pathak (ed.), Nepal Population Journal, Vol. 11, No. 8: 5-16.
  - 2002, Applicability of Kerala Model of Population and Social Development in Nepal, in Bal Kumar KC. (ed.), Population and Development in Nepal, Vol. 10.
  - 2001, Exclusion from Right to Education: A Gender Dimension, in Bal Kumar KC. (ed.), Population and Development in Nepal, Vol. 8.
  - 2000, Health Care Services in Nepal: Can User Charges Provide Welfare and Equity? In Bal Kumar KC. (ed.), Population and Development in Nepal, Vol. 7.
  - 1996, Health and System of Family Planning Service Delivery in Nepal: Problems and Issues in the Context of ICPD Programme of Action, in Bal Kumar KC. (ed.), Population and Development in Nepal, Vol. 5.

Major Research Work:
  - August 2016-July 2017, Team Leader, Baseline Study for Measuring Situation of Child Marriage in Five Intervention Districts of Nepal (Rautahat, Kapilbastu, Rolpa, Bajhang and Baitadi), for UNFPA Nepal.
  - September 2015 April 2016, Consultant, Socio-Demographic Impact Study of Nepal Earthquake 2015, a study for UNFPA and IOM Country Office Nepal conducted by the Central Department of Population Studies, TU.
  - February-September 2015, Team Leader, Monitoring and Evaluation Baseline Survey of 2,190 Households from 17 Districts of Nepal, for the Sakchyam: Access to Finance Program in Nepal. An UK Aid supported project implemented by Nepal Chapter of Louis Berger Group USA
  - April 2009-Jan. 2010, Coordinator/Principal Investigator, Nepal: Social Safety-nets Household Survey
  - 2009, for the World Bank
  - November 2008-June 2009, Co-coordinator, Poverty Monitoring and Evaluation Household 'Follow-up Survey' for PAF/Nepal and World Bank
- March - May 2008, Consultant Team Member, 'Final Evaluation of CCWB/DCWB Strengthening Programme, for Plan Nepal
- September - December, 2007, Co-coordinator, Baseline Survey on Poverty Monitoring and Evaluation in Six Programme Districts (Humla, Jumla, Doti, Dailekh, Rolpa and Rautahat) for PAF/Nepal and World Bank
- April-November, 2007, Coordinator, Research on "Foreign Labour Migration and Remittance in Nepal: Policy, Institution and Services", for the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), 2033 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006-1002 USA

Professional Affiliation:
  President, Population Association of Nepal (PAN) for the three years tenure from December 2016.

Areas of Interest:
  Poverty, Gender and Children Studies
 

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