Innovations in teaching and learning through contextualized approaches to increase the quality, relevance and sustainability of education in Nepal.
Pratima Gurung is a graduate of Masters in Sustainable Development in Kathmandu University School of Education, Hattiban, Lalitpur, Nepal. She has participated as an enumerator during the baseline survey for the NORHED, Rupantatran. Also, she has done her research work under the project, Rupantaran to fulfill her Master’s degree.
Using the participatory action research method, she conducted her research work focused on Menstrual Hygiene Management in Shree Dapcha Secondary School of Namobuddha Municipality. With her research work, she has shared making homemade sanitary clothes pads with adolescent girl students utilizing the local resources. The participants voluntarily established a pad bank in school and shared the skill with others.
Besides, she is designated as the monitoring officer at Helvetas Swiss Intercooperation/Nepal. She involves in the Result Based Monitoring System of the short-term vocational skill training sector. In addition, she is interested in working with diverse communities.
Gurung, P. (2021, September 16). Menstrual Hygiene Among Adolescent School Girls in Rural Nepal. [Webinar]. http://community.ku.edu.np/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Webinar-Book-of-abstracts.pdf
She joined M. Phill in STEAM Education at Kathmandu University. Currently, she is not working anywhere and focusing on her M. Phil studies.