Mr Rabindra Lamichhane has more than 14 years of experience in the field of social development, including experience working in national and international organizations. For about five years, he has worked in an international organization under the WASH Project including the emergency Recovery and Campaign. Similarly, for more than nine years, he has worked in various non-governmental organizations with various responsibilities in the following areas: WASH, land rights, reconstruction, health, education, human rights, caste discrimination, child rights, conflict transformation, peace-building, and empowerment. In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, he has worked closely with the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA), especially for the durable settlement of the displaced households and earthquake-affected landless, which was a significant achievement in the field of policy issues, policymaking, and its implementation. He has strong experience in writing various proposals for fundraising for the development of the organization.
For organizational development, he has prepared and implemented policies, guidelines, procedures, and strategies according to the time context. He has over 400 Million Nepalese rupees' budget operating experience in one year. He has experience working to enhance the capacity of program staff through appreciation, motivation, and learning by mobilizing with making them a goal and results-oriented. He has strong knowledge about project cycle management, database management, planning, reporting, financial budget forecast, expenditure tracking, team management, etc. The potential he has, especially an innovation, analytical thinking, advocacy, campaigning, strong relationship building, right, and need-based approach, etc., will continue to contribute to making significant changes in the lives of the community, women, children, and the marginalized people.