Ms. Neera Shakya


Ms. Shakya is a retired employee of Nepal Govt. She started her career as a Science Teacher and retired as a Director of Regional Education Directorate-Mid West & Central Region. She has worked with several I/NGOs working in education sector during her tenure in Nepal and holds M. Ed. In Administration & Supervision. Mobile Number: 9841329355

Mr. Dambar Dhoj Angdembe


Mr. Angdembe is former Deputy Director, Science and Math Section of Curriculum Development Center (CDC) and extremely experienced in Community Schools and education sector of Nepal. He has done Masters’ in Education. He has been contributing to the development of teaching learning materials to the teachers of the community schools in his current position. His preferred areas of works are researches, monitoring, academia and Training.

Mr. Meghnath Sharma


Mr. Sharma is experience and expert of planning and budgeting work of Education sector and an advisor for Asian Health Foundation and Necha Community Hospital in Solukhumbu District of Nepal. Mr. Sharma is also the founder member of REED and has worked in School Education Sector Programme Budgeting, policy development, trainings and researches development.

Ms. Manju Kumari Dangol


Ms. Dangol has done Masters in Business Administration and has worked for many International Not for Profit organizations in Nepal and abroad including UNDP/ILO, Lutheran World Federation, and United Nations Missions in Kosovo.

Ms. Shanti Giri (Bogati)


Ms. Giri is former section officer in Nepal Election Commission and is also keen on promoting education and child rights in Nepal. She has complete knowledge on Administration and Governance and she has been presenting REED’s board as a founder member.

Mr. Rameshor Pradhan


Rameshor Pradhan is experienced professional with the special facilitation skill and training course design in child-friendly teaching and learning activities, excelling in creating a conducive classroom environment and developing teaching materials and resources with involvement in national and international agencies. Notable examples include Training of Trainers (TOT) sessions on Children and Women's Rights, Teaching and Learning with Dignity, and Child-Centered Learning Process of Child-Friendly School Program, organized by reputable institutions such as UNICEF, CVICT, and IFCD. Rameshor holds Master's Degree in Humanities and Social Sciences in Population Studies from Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, ; and a life member of the Nepal Red Cross Society and actively engages in social organizations.

Ram Charmakar


Ram Charmakar is a development practitioner, having over 15 years of working experience, especially in promoting and protecting human rights of under-represented, marginalized and women; socio-economic development, community empowerment, accountability and good governance, gender equality and social inclusion, inclusive education, post-disaster recovery and reconstruction, trafficking and modern-slavery, child protection, force/bonded labor, social protection and livelihood issues in UN Agencies and other non-governmental agencies. His major skills are the project management, business planning, and organizational strategies development along with having knowledge in developmental researches. He holds a Master’s in Sociology with a specialization in Gender Studies and Project Management; and a Master’s in Public Policy and Management with a specialization in Social Policy and Justice. He is also a PRINCE2® Certified Project Management Professional and a CIPS-Level-2 Certified Public Procurement Practitioner from the UK.