Sushila Nepali

Assistant Professor

sushila.nepali@future.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Tribhuvan University
  • M.A. Norwegian University of Life Sciences
  • B.A. Tribhuvan University

 

Biography

Sushila Chatterjee Nepali is a professional in community based natural resource management and conservation. She earned her MSc in Natural Resource Management and Sustainable Agriculture from the University of LIfe Sciences in Norway and her PhD in Forestry from the Institute of Forestry Tribhuvan University in Nepal. She has worked in the field of conservation for more than 20 years, particularly as an advocate for gender equality and social inclusion. She has been involved in designing landscape level conservation plans for Nepal, conducting national level NGO evaluation, reviewing GESI policy for the Ministry of Local Development. She was involved in developing Nepal's National Biodiversity Action Plan 2014 and National Strategic Framework for Nature Conservation as a gender and livelihoods expert. In addition to being on the faculty at Future. Edu, Sushila is also a freelance consultant and visiting faculty at Kathmandu Forestry College and Tribhuvan University's Department of Conflict, Peace, and Development Studies. She is also on the academic council at Agriculture and Forestry University in Nepal. Sushila lives in Kathmandu.


Courses

  • ACC 603 Empowerment

Publications

Thematic report on gender equality and livelihoods for national conservation framework and strategy prepared by IUCN for npc, Kathmandu (finalized) IUCN or National Planning Commission website


Thematic report on Gender for national biodiversity strategic plan 2014, MOFSC Kathamndu. MOFSC website


Change in the governance practices: A case conflict effects in Bardia's Conservation Efforts. Paper submitted and presented at International Symposium on Mountain Resource Management in a Changing Environment May 28-June 1, 2012 Conference. Park Village Resort. Kathmandu. KU Website


Assessing the causes of conflict and its affects on livelihoods: A study from Bardia National Park and Khata Corridor, Nepal. Bankojankari, July 2010. Kathamndu


Gender Equity and Social Inclusion review document for Ministry of Local Development. June 2010 Kathmandu