Raju Pandit Chhetri studied development and sociology. Raju has over ten years of experience in the field of climate change policy and sustainable development. In the past, Raju worked for United Mission to Nepal and Climate Action Network International. Raju has been closely following climate change negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and Green Climate Fund (GCF). Currently, he also serves as the member of the Climate Change Council and Climate Finance Technical Committee under the Government of Nepal. Raju passionately advocates on sustainable development and climate change issues. He enjoys football and tennis. Follow him on twitter @rajupchhetri
Prabin Man Singh is a strong advocate of environmental rights and justice. Over a decade, Prabin has been extensively working in the areas of climate change and disaster risk reduction (DRR). He has lead and is associated with many national and international networks working in the areas of climate change and DRR. He has commissioned and authored many research studies primarily on climate change. Prior to joining PRC, he worked for Oxfam in Nepal where he led policy advocacy work. Follow him on twitter @prabinmansingh
Sarika Rai has a degree in Regional and Rural Development Planning and is specialized in Integrated Watershed Management from the Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand. She has keen interest in the area of research on climate change, gender, natural resources management, land rights advocacy and programme management system. In the past she worked on gender issues and land rights advocacy. Prior to joining PRC, she worked for Community Self Reliance Centre.
Menuka Acharya (Paudel) is a development professional with more than 12 years of experience. She has extensive skills and knowledge in financial management, accounting and administrative work. She is a self-motivated, highly enthusiastic, energetic, and development professional. She also has a warm and pleasant personality with evidence of a team player and high integrity. Menuka worked with several other organizations before joining Prakriti Resources Centre.
Pragya Sherchan has a Master's Degree in Environmental Management. She has a keen interest in the area of climate change, environmental issues, conservation and mountain resilience. She is a member of LDC University Consortium on Climate Change (LUCCC) Adaptation Learning Group (LALG). Prior to joining PRC, she worked as an environmental researcher with several organizations. Pragya loves to travel and explore new places, faces and cultures and do adventurous activities.