Binita Pandey

Project Officer


- MSc Central Department of Zoology

Experienced Sector

Environmental issues, Climate Change, Freshwater Biodiversity Conservation, Wildlife issues, Gender Equality, Disability and Social Inclusion(GEDSI), Data Analysis, Geographic Information System(GIS), Proposal Development, Programme Management, Report Writing, Law

Year of Experience

Above 7 years

About Me

Binita Pandey is a Zoology graduate from the Central Department of Zoology at Tribhuvan University. She has more than 7 years of experience in the development field with magnified knowledge in environmental issues, gender values, and climate change. Besides her academic degree, she has completed projects on climate resilient livelihood, gender equality and social inclusion topic, health sector. She has designed projects on environmental issues and have competent knowledge of data analysis as she has worked as Monitoring and Evaluation Officer.

She has been engaged in multiple environmental projects throughout her professional journey, few of them being; identification of freshwater species in middle Karnali Watershed, Solid Waste Management in Langtang National Park, Awareness campaigns to save endemic water species in Rara National Park. Besides this, she has worked for endemic herpetofauna Paa rarica conservation in Rara National Park as a research assistant. For a year, she has also worked as a wildlife biologist in aquatic biodiversity conservation in Karnali watershed, midwestern Nepal. Her experience with children started while she was working with Save the Children, an INGO that works for welfare of communities. During her tenure, she gained insight of the health issues that the children of Nepal is facing in seven different provinces of Nepal. She has worked on several gender issues projects of LGBTIQA+, migrants and women child professionally.

Besides this, she has been working on insect pollinators for more than two years in Nepal. In 2018, she was granted with Auckland Zoo Small Conservation Grant on project entitled, “Bumblebees (Bombus spp.) in-situ conservation in Kathmandu valley”. As a member of the Society for Conservation Biology, she has further presented her work on bumblebees at the International Congress for Conservation Biology (ICCB)-2019 held in Malaysia. In 2020, she was selected for Women in Conservation Leadership Program which was held in Colorado, USA and got immense exposure to conservation area.

She currently has an interest in green energy, climate change in which she wants to explore her arena to the fullest.