Mr. Rabindra Lamichhane has about 16 years of experience working in national and international organizations focused on social development. He has been employed with World Vision International Nepal for nearly five years, contributing to the WASH Project and its various initiatives, such as the emergency recovery and the child health campaign. Similar to this, for roughly 11 years he has worked in a variety of non-governmental organizations with responsibilities in waste management, WASH, land rights, reconstruction, health, education, human rights, caste discrimination, child rights, conflict transformation, peace-building, and empowerment sectors. In the aftermath of Nepal's devastating earthquake, he collaborated closely with the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), notably for the resettlement of the displaced households and earthquake-affected landless. This was a noteworthy accomplishment in the field of policy issues, policymaking, and its implementation.
As an individual consultant, he developed the Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Plans for more than 10 Municipalities and Rural Municipalities as well as the Waste Management Guidelines for Tulsipur Sub-Metropolitan City, Dang. He has experience writing proposals, expressions of interest, concept notes, and baseline and endline survey reports for national and local organizations seeking funding for various initiatives. He has developed and executed policies, guidelines, processes, and strategies for organizational development in accordance with time constraints. He has managed budgets totaling more than 400 million Nepalese rupees in a single year. He has experience working to enhance the capacity of program staff through appreciation, motivation, and learning by mobilizing with making them goal and results-oriented. He has strong knowledge of project cycle management, database management, planning, reporting, financial budget forecast, expenditure tracking, team management, etc. His potential, especially innovation, analytical thinking, advocacy, campaigning, strong relationship building, right, need-based approach, etc., will continue to make significant changes in the lives of the community, women, children, and marginalized people.