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Min Bahadur Gurung

GESI Analyst, Livelihoods

My role at ICIMOD

I work together with interdisciplinary teams across ICIMOD along with partners in HKH promoting gender equality and inclusive development, generating gender and social inclusive knowledge focusing on diversity and differential needs of women and men from diverse communities in the region. In the knowledge generation process, I help in designing study frameworks, research questions, guidelines, and data collection instruments, and also with analyses, report writing and sharing with wider audiences through networks and piloting at the ground level. Working with mountain women and poor and disadvantaged people, I seek to empower them through creating more awareness about sustainable mountain development.

Min Bahadur Gurung

Q:

How do you protect the pulse of the planet?

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I protect the pulse of the planet through the work I do with diverse interdisciplinary teams of experts and community members, building resilience and facilitating gender transformative change.

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What is your favorite part of the work you do at ICIMOD?

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I enjoy working at ICIMOD with people from diverse nationalities, genders, ages, cultures and disciplines which are all profoundly important to address the range of complex mountain issues and to sustain mountain environments and livelihoods for future generations to come.

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What are you passionate about?

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I found my passion in the field of sustainable mountain development with a focus on diversity and inclusion. I am always enthusiastic to facilitate institutional strengthening to address diversity along with disparity.

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My qualifications

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I hold a Master’s degree in Rural Social Development from Reading University, United Kingdom with specializations in participatory agricultural extension services and development.

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