Equity: A tool for measuring “Leaving no one behind”. Published as special note by Community of Evaluators Nepal.
Cluster Evaluation: Strengthening the Role of Women in Agriculture Development for Improved Household Food Strengthening Policy Development and Coordination for Food and Nutrition Security in Afghanistan Support to Extension Systems, Household Food and Livelihood Security. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). http://www.fao.org/3/a-bq875e.pdf
Enabling Environment and Evaluation Capacity Development in Nepal. Paper published in the Proceedings of Enhancing Evaluation Capacity in Nepal. Kathmandul: National Planning Commission Secretariat. Pp 17-30.
Formative evaluation of the United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative: Nepal Report. New York: United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI). http://www.ungei.org
Partnership: When Does It Work and When Does Not? Free Market. Year 13, Issue 8. Kathmandu: Public Relations Private Limited.
Nepal: In Saravanan (Ed.) Agricultural Extension: Worldwide Innovations. New Delhi: New India Publishing Agency. pp 287-311.
Appreciative inquiry for enhancing individual and organization capacity. Journal of Research and Social Intervention. Iasi, Romania: University “Alexandru Ioan Cuza”. Index Libraria virtuala | Index Reviste | Volumul: 20/2008/martie, Revista de Cercetare si Interventie Sociala. pp. 7-18. http://www.asistentasociala.ro/librarydetail.php?book=1177
Overview of community development projects in Nepal. Paper prepared for Community Development Conference to be hosted by Inclusive Development Foundation in collaboration with International Research Foundation for Development (USA) at Hotel Malla, Kathmandu, Nepal: June 22-23, 2007.
Guidelines for the Institutional Development of Farmer Groups. SSM-P Document No. 145. Sustainable Soil Management Programme, Helvetas Nepal.
Gender empowerment through organic vegetable farming and marketing. Paper accepted for the 15TH Organic World Congress of the IFOAM World Conference on ” International Scientific Conference on Organic Agriculture 19 – 23 September 2005 in Australia.
Vegetable farming and its impact on soil fertility in non-vegetable farms in Parbat, Nepal. Abstract accepted for the Fifth International Conference on Ecosystem and Sustainable Development. Held in Cadiz, Spain, May 3-5, 2005 by Essex Institute of Technology, UK, The University of Cadiz, Spain and The University of Siena, Italy In collaboration with International Journal of Ecodynamics.
Contribution of grasses to soil fertility and improved livelihoods. Abstract accepted for poster presentation at the XX International Grassland Congress at Dublin, Ireland—June 26 – July 1, 2005.
Vegetable farming, gender empowerment and soil fertility. Paper accepted for the Women’s World 2005: 9th International Interdisciplinary Congress on Women (WW05) held June 19 – 24, 2005 at Ewha Womans University, Seoul, Korea.
Enhancing the socio-economic development through partnership. Agricultural Credit, Bi-annual Journal. Volume 37, January 2004. Kathmandu: Agricultural Development Bank.
The interfaces between the liberalized economic policies, R and D in agriculture, national food security and sustainable development. Paper published in the Regional Dissemination Workshops Proceedings on Securing Farmers’ Right to Food and Livelihoods through Conservation of Agro bio-diversity and Traditional Knowledge of Local community in Nepal. Forum for Protection of Public Interest (Pro Public) December.
Interface between agricultural research, extension and education in Nepal: The context, objectives and processes of the workshop. In Proceedings of a workshop held in NARC, Khumaltar, Lalitpur on 27 August 2002. A workshop jointly organised by NARC, IAAS, DoA, DoLS and ACoS-Nepal.
Partnership in enhancing the process of globalization for reducing poverty. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Development Conference of the Global Development Network on Globalization and Equity, January 18-21, 2003, Cairo, Egypt.
Promoting tonal tonic and compost as a source of improving livelihoods of rural poor. Kathmandu: Sustainable Soil Management Programme. SSMP-Document 81. December.
Projectization in the Context of Extension Reform in Nepal. A case presented at the workshop on Extension and Rural Development — Converging Views for Institutional Approaches. Held November 12-15, 2002 in Washington, DC, and hosted by the Sustainable Agricultural Systems and Knowledge Institutions Thematic Group of the World Bank and the United States Agency for International Development in conjunction with the Neuchatel Initiative. 22-26.
Promoting Compost technologies through multi-sectoral partnerships. Proceedings of the 2002 Symposium on Composting and Compost Utilization. Held on May 6, 7, 8, 2002. Columbus, Ohio, USA.
Profiles of vulnerable livelihood groups in Nepal. Consultancy report co-authored with M. Tiwary and others. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Baseline study of Bobded labour in Nepal. South Asian Debt Bondage Project. International Labour Organization.
Partnership in Agricultural Extension: Lessons from Chitwan (Nepal). Agriculture Research and Extension Network, Paper 114, July 2001. Overseas Development Institute, London. http://www.odi.org.uk/agren/publist.html
Partnership: A new way to enhance development process. Administration and Management Review. Vol 14, July. A Journal of the Nepal Administrative Staff College, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Partnership: a New Strategy for Development. VIKAS: A Journal of Development. Vol. 21, No 1, June 2001. National Planning Commission Secretariat, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Food security management in remote hills of Nepal: the management issues. In Proceedings of a workshop on “Food security situation in the remote hills of Nepal: Current situation, challenges and management”, held at LDTA, Jawalakhel, Lalitupr on 12 August 2001.
Vegetable integration into a maize-based cropping system: Implications for soil fertility. In proceedings of a Maize Symposium “Sustainable Maize production Systems for Nepal” held December 3-5, Kathmandu.
Vegetable farming in non-traditional bariland: Implication on soil fertility and socio-economic condition. Sustainable Soil Management Programme (SSMP). September, SSMP-doc 059.
Policies, strategies, and procedure to mobilize private and civil society organizations in agriculture development. Paper presented at the “Consultative Workshop on Partnership”, organized by the AREP. Department of Agriculture, Lalitpur, Nepal. October 23-25, 2000.
Accelerating improved agricultural recommendations through partnership between GOs, NGOSs, and POs. Scientific Poster presented at the International Rice Research Conference held at IRRI. Mar 31-Apr 3.
Partnership: An alternate extension approach. Paper presented at the Brown Bag Seminar at Asian Development Bank, Manila on January 13, 2000.
Partnership in the dissemination of modern agricultural technology in east Chitwan, Nepal. Philippines Agricultural Scientist. Vol 83, No.3, July – Sept.
Partnership in agricultural extension. International Rice Research Notes, August.
Partnership between government, non-government and private organizations in agricultural extension in East Chitwan, Nepal. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation. University of the Philippines, Los Banos.
Managing development sustainably. VIKAS: A Journal of People, Environment and Development. National Planning Commission Secretariat, Kathmandu: Nepal
Implementation status of cooperative principles, rules and regulations in consumers’ cooperatives in Nepal: A study. Co-authored with Manohar Khanal (Nepali). Kathmandu: Cooperative Training Center (CTC).
Factors of success of cooperative societies: Experiences from Mardikhola and Jhorahat cooperative societies (Nepali). Co-authored with Basudev Shrestha. Kathmandu: CTC.
Solid waste management through community participation: A trainer’s manual. Joint authorship with two others. (Nepali). CEAPRED, Kathmandu.
Report of the National Seminar on Consumer Cooperative Development in Nepal. Coordinator and one of the report writers. International Cooperative Alliance: Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, New Delhi. November. (ISBN92-9054-026-5).
Population and family welfare education through cooperatives. Coordinator and one of the writers of the book. (Nepali). Cooperative Training Centre, Kathmandu. May. Nepali.
Alainchi Utpadan tatha Bechbikhan (Cardamom production and marketing).CEAPRED, Kathmandu (Nepali book).
Technology transfer model. Joint authorship with two others paper presented at the National Agricultural Extension Seminar. Nepal Agriculture Extension Association. Kathmandu. Oct. 1-4.
Women in farming systems: Factors influencing participation. Paper presented at the Second Annual Workshop on Women in Farming Systems. Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Rampur/USAID, Nepal. Sept 27-29.
Need of rural women for the services of agricultural extension: A comparative study of two south Asian countries (India and Nepal). M. S. Thesis. College Park, USA: University of Maryland.
Women and the extension systems. Paper presented at the National Conference of the International Adult Education. Washington, D. C. University of District of Columbia. March 28-29.