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Ammar Lamichhane                                                                        Contact No.: 977-1-4334550
     Kathmandu,
                                           amarlamichhane@yahoo.com
     NEPAL
EXPERIENCE SUMMARIES                        lamichhane.a@gmail.com
                  Research Coordinator in National Institute of Social Sciences since September 2004….
Responsibilities: Preparation of proposals, Report writing, Administration, Conduct field research, Meeting with
different Donor, stakeholders, Coordination, monitoring and supervision of the team members etc.

                  Documentation Officer in Dalit NGO Federation (DNF), Nepal June 2003 – Jan 2004.

Responsibilities: Preparation of proposal and report, maintain the library documents, and visit the local dalit
NGOs, monitoring poverty reduction and empowerment programs focused to the Dalits.

                  Lecturer in Youth Vision collage for +2 level for July 2003- June 2004

                  Part-time Lecturer for Master Level in Sociology in P.N. Campus, Pokhara for Jan 2003 -
                   June 2003

                  Research Assistant in CREHPA/FHI for Jul 2002 - Jan 2003 for Situation Assessment of
                   Injecting Drug Users/ Commercial Sex Workers in Pokhara and eastern Terai

Responsibilities: Conduct ethnographic research using following tools: identify the respondent, note taking,
social mapping, free listing, rating, pile sort, participation observation, in-depth interview, matrix, case study,
and report writing

          Field Supervisor in New Era for Behavioral Surveillance Survey on Injecting Drug Users in Katmandu
    Valley for Nov 2001 - Jun 2002

Responsibilities: To identify the respondent, participation observation, note taking, social mapping, conduct
structured interview, Case study and co-ordinate the team members

                   Research Assistant in CREHPA from Apr to Sept 2001, focused on Ethnographic Study on
    Injecting Drug Users and Commercial Sex Workers in Katmandu Valley

Responsibilities: Conduct ethnographic research using following tools: identify the respondent, note taking,
social mapping, free listing, rating, pile sort, participation observation, in-depth interview, matrix, case study,
and report writing

                  Program Assistant in OISCA - I Nepal chapter for Mar 2000 - Apr 2001

                 Reporter in Kantipur daily and different weekly papers as reporter and sub editor during
    September 1997 - March 2000

                  Teacher of social studies in Progressive Academy, Kalanki, Kathmandu for July 1997- Feb
    1998

                  Branch Officer in Canon Expedition (Trekking Agency), Pokhara 1996-1997
CONSULTANCIES:

 Consultancy work for RWSC/Plan Nepal for impact Assessment of Gender program in Makawanpur
      District, Nepal for 1-30may, 2006.
TRAININGS & WORKSHOP

         Residential Training Workshop on Migration, Globalization, Security and Development organized
    by South Asia Migration Research Network, Dhaka, on November 18-29, 2005.
         Professional Development Seminar from University of Oslo, June 26 - Aug 6, 2004

          Immersion Course on Contemporary Social Issues organized by Rato Bangala Foundation in
    collaboration with Himal Association and Interdisciplinary Analyst, Nepal, February 11 to June 21, 2002.

         Training of Trainer’s on Research Management 16-18 January 2006, from Nepal Health Research
    Council.

          Training of Trainer’s on Alcohol and Tobacco control Program 29 June-1 July 2005, from Nepal
    Health Research Council.

         Health System Research Methodology Training 26-30 November 2001, from Nepal Health Research
    Council.

         Research Methodology training from CREHPA / FHI especially focused on ethnographic tools and
    techniques Apr 9-19, 2001

          Training for Behavioral Surveillance Survey on Injecting Drug Users conducted by New Era / FHI Nov
    12-20, 2001

          4 months professional capability building course (PRA, TOT, Focus Group Discussion, Concept on
    gender, proposal writing, community development, communicational skills, leadership skills etc.) from Media
    House, Kopundol, Lalitpur, Nepal, 1st August to 1st December 2000.

         10 months Proficiency Course in Journalism from Nepal Press Institute, Kathmandu, March, 1999 to
    February 2000.

          Radio Journalism training from Smarica Media Service, Putalisadak, Kathmandu, 6th December 1999 to
    28 January, 2000.

EDUCATION

Graduation in International Development Studies -- International Summer School, University of Oslo,
                                                 Norway (2004)

M. A. (Anthropology) -- 2nd division, Tribhuvan University (2001)

B. Sc. (Biological Science) -- 2nd division, Tribhuvan University (1997)

I. Sc. (Biological Science) -- 2nd division, Tribhuvan University (1994)

S. L. C. -- 2nd division, HMG Nepal Board (1991)
FELLOWSHIP / FREESHIP

         Bursary for residential training workshop on Migration, Globalization, Security and Development in
          Dhaka by RMMRU Bangladesh

         Norad Fellowship (2004), for Graduate Program in International Development Studies, international
          summer school, University of Oslo, Norway.
RESEARCH GRANT

 Awarded by Action Aid Nepal for research on “An anthropological case study of commercial sex workers in
  Katmandu metropolitan city”
RESEARCH AND REPORTS

        Poverty issues in Nepal (2004), a term paper submitted to the International Summer School,
          University of Oslo, Norway (unpublished)

          “Situation assessment of Coping Mechanism of Renters and Landlords in Kathmandu Valley”,
           report prepared for the completion of Immersion Course on Contemporary Social Issues (2002)
           (unpublished).

          Female Commercial Sex Workers: An Anthropological Case Study in Katmandu Metropolitan City
           (Dissertation). Submitted a part of the research as M.A. thesis at Tri-Chandra Campus, Tribhuvan
           University. The research is of high interest for anthropologists because there are very few such studies
           in the topic and the area (2000) (unpublished).
SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP

      Role of social sciences in conflict Management and Peace Building in Nepal (Katmandu, 6-8 December
       2004), Organized by Sociological/Anthropological Society of Nepal (SASON)
AFFILIATION

Member -- Nepal Sociological and Anthropological Society

Executive Member -- The Reyukai Nepal Gagangauda Branch, Kaski, Nepal
RELEVENT SKILLS

Computer skills: Ms-Dos, Windows, Ms-Word, Ms-Excel, Ms-PowerPoint, Access, Page Maker, and SPSS

Language: Nepali, English, and Hindi
REFERENCE

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