Prabina Bajracharya is Senior Manager for Asia at the Center for Reproductive Rights. In this role she provides strategic guidance to the Asia Unit in advancing laws and standards on reproductive rights issues such as abortion, adolescents’ SRHR, maternal health and assisted reproduction. She oversees effective implementation of the Center’s program interventions in the region and leads strategic partnership at the regional level.
Prabina joined the Center in 2017 as Capacity Building Manager, and in that role was responsible for leading the Center’s capacity building work in Asia. She worked 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.
Prabina Bajracharya is a human rights lawyer with extensive experience in human rights monitoring, analysis, advocacy, capacity building, and strategic partnership. Her area of expertise includes GBV, access to justice, transitional justice, and reproductive rights. She had worked with the UN Human Rights Office in Nepal and Thailand, and also with the UN Refugee Office and International Center for Transitional Justice in Nepal.
Prabina holds a Master’s in International Law from Erasmus University, Rotterdam the Netherlands, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Tribhuban University Nepal. Prabina is also a qualified attorney, registered with the Nepal Bar Council.