Dr. Lakshmi Prasad Dhakal, Netherlands
Dr. Dhakal, a Netherlands based physician, is originally from Dagapela, Bhutan. He is the founding president of Bhutanese Community in the Netherlands (BCN). Dr. Dhakal writes on a regular basis on crosscutting issues with primary focus on health and human rights and justice seeking. His articles touch on education and issues with social and cultural implications contributing to the empowerment of poor and vulnerable people in developing countries.
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Govinda Rizal, Philippines
Govinda was born and raised up in Bhutan. He completed high school from Sherubtse College, Bhutan, Bachelors of Arts from North Bengal University, India; Bachelors of Science (Agriculture) from the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Sciences (IAAS), Nepal, Masters and PhD (majoring in Plant Breeding) from Kyoto University, Japan. He worked as Post Doctoral Fellow in C4 rice Center at International Rice research Institute (IRRI), Philippines.
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Bhagirath Khatiwada, United States
He completed his Master’s degree in Rural Development from Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, in 2005. After completing his degree, Khatiwada served in Columbus Treks and Expedition, Kathmandu, Nepal for three years as General Manager. He has also authored a series of social studies text books for grades six and seven through Asia Publication in 2008. He has conducted research works on good governance and sustainable tourism in Nepal.
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Rp Subba, United States
Mr. Subba was born in Chargharey block, under Samchi district. He attended Yanchenphug Central School and graduated from Sherubtse College, Kanglung Bhutan. A founder member of the Students’ union of Bhutan, Mr. Subba was involved in the movement for human rights and democracy during its early stage. He has a Master’s Degree in Development Anthropology from
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Tika Adhikari, Canada
Tika has been working as part-time instructor at the University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg for the last 10 years teaching economics and various international development studies courses including Theories and Methods of Program Planning and Evaluation as part of newly developed Master of Development Practice. Currently, he works full-time as Career Coach and Facilitator at Manitoba Start assisting new Canadians settle and integrate into Canadian life
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Narayan Sharma Phuyel, United States
Narayan is currently pursuing the degree of Master in laws (LL.M) at Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC specializing in International Human Rights Law. Prior to this, Mr. Sharma earned his Master of Laws (LL. M) and Master of Philosophy in Law (M.Phil) degrees from National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India, specializing in International Law and International Refuge Law.
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TP Mishra, United States
Born in remote Dagana, Bhutan in the second half of 1985, TP Mishra’s entry into ‘exiled journalism’ began as early as 2002, and he worked actively until the end of 2011. Self-taught journalist at initial stage, he successfully pursued his Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Purbanchan University. Mishra, who is currently pursuing an undergrad degree in International Studies with area concentration in Human Rights and Conflict, lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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