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Position : Programme Officer
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About me : For over 12 years, Har Govinda Pandey’s work has helped improve municipal and urban governance in Nepal. He has consulted as an Urban Governance expert for several programs; including UNDP and LGCDP run projects.
Har Govina has an in-depth knowledge of municipal operations, throughout his position with LGCDP he was stationed at Siddharthanagar Municipality, where he was responsible for all five municipalities in Rupandehi District.
Since a young age, Har Govina wanted to work in the development sector, to ensure Nepal became more sustainable and progressive. To support this goal, he completed a Master Degree in Regional Development Planning and Management. Currently, he is a Masters fellow in Philosophy, studying Public Administration at Tribhuvan University. He hopes his future work will enable municipalities to develop capacities for becoming smart cities.
Outside of work, Har Govina likes to spend time reading and writing articles, visiting new places, watching sport, and spending time with his family.
Pramod holds a Master Degree in Computer Application from Acharya Institute of Technology in Bangalore, India. As an Information and Networking Coordinator at MuAN, he strives to use his skills in information management to enable environmentally-friendly governance, and child-friendly governance at the local level. It is his hope that Nepal’s Municipalities will develop into smart cities through the adoption of innovative technologies in years to come.
Pramod is a travel and adventure-junkie, he recently did a bungee swing and trekked in the Annapurna Region. When he isn’t seeking out adrenaline-boosting ventures, he enjoys cooking, seeing live music, watching movies and spending time with his family.
He believes in learning through sharing and has experiences of sharing his professional knowledge and ideas in various international platforms in S. Korea, Malaysia, India and Bangladesh.