Prabina joined the Center in 2017 and is responsible in leading the Center’s capacity building work in Asia. She works with the regional team in building the capacity of, and connections among, a broad range of actors such as lawyers, advocates, judges, government officials, universities, law firms, bar associations, and other stakeholders to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights. Through convening, training, mentoring, technical assistance, strategic alliances, and strategic guidance, the Center seeks to advance legal and policy frameworks on SRHR and advocacy strategies that are tailored to the local context and sustainable in the long term.
Prabina came with extensive experience on human rights advocacy and capacity building. She had worked with UN Human Right Office in Nepal and Thailand, UN Resident Coordinators Office and UN Refugee Agency in Nepal. She had also worked with International Center for Transitional Justice.
Prabina received her Master’s Degree in Law from Erasmus University, Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Prabina’s native tongue is Newari (Nepal Bhasa) and she also speaks Nepali, English and Hindi. She has basic knowledge of French language.