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Ram Chandra Khanal - Country Engagement Lead for Nepal

Based in Nepal, and with 15 years of experience in environment and development in South Asia, Ram Chandra Khanal is an experienced evaluator and project manager in natural resources management, biodiversity management and adaptation to climate change. He specialises in evaluation cycle management (design, planning, implementation, supervision and use), M&E framework, baseline, M&E plans, logframe, theory of change/result based management, impact and performance evaluation and sampling

Ram Chandra Khanal joined CDKN as Country Engagement Lead for Nepal in 2011, having previously worked with ADB, UNEP, UNDP, IUCN, ICIMOD, GERES, Green Hill Bangladesh, DFID and various government ministries in Nepal. His geographical experience spans over Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, India, Brazil, China and Tajikistan, while he has authored more than a dozen articles.



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OPINION: After Paris - Perspective from Ram Chandra Khanal, Nepal

“How are the most affected people going to benefit from this deal?” asks Ram Chandra Khanal, CDKN’s Nepal Strategy Advisor, of the Paris climate deal. Here, Miren Gutierrez interviews Mr Khanal on the implications of COP21. [more]…

OPINION: Measuring Resilience: some lesson shared during Evaluation Conclave 2015

Ram Chandra Khanal, CDKN’s Country Lead for Nepal shares his thoughts on emerging concepts of resilience based development management. [more]…

FEATURE: ‘Behind the scenes’ of Nepal’s Economic Impact Assessment

The CDKN team involved in the economic impact assessment of climate change in Nepal reflect on the learning curve that has taken place. [more]…

FEATURE: The challenge of evaluation

CDKN engagement leader in Nepal, Ram Chandra Khanal, reports from the second South Asia Evaluation Conclave, where participants tackled the challenge of how to evaluate and measure impacts of climate change adaptation interventions. CDKN’s approach combining flexibility and focusing on practical aspects was well-received. [more]…

FEATURE: Economics of climate change in South Asia

CDKN’s Elizabeth Colebourn and Ram Chandra Khanal report from Asian Development Bank (ADB) workshops on the Economics of Climate Change held across South Asia in July where they showcased lessons from CDKN’s work in Nepal. [more]…

FEATURE: Mountain countries stand united on climate change

Ram Chandra Khanal, CDKN Country Coordinator in Nepal reports from the International Conference of Mountain Countries held in Kathmandu, 5-6 April 2012, where Mountain Governments stressed the need for more attention on the special interests of mountains within the UNFCCC. [more]…

FEATURE: Climate resilience in Nepal moves a step closer to reality

Nepal has just secured more than $50 million from the Climate Investment Funds to build resilience against climate change. The money will go towards the country’s Strategic Programme on Climate Resilience. This is a great opportunity, but one that raises big questions. [more]…

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