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Biography

Dr Sharada Prasad Wasti is a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Health and Human Sciences. He holds Master Degree in Health Care Management from Nepal, MSc in International Health and Management from University of Aberdeen and PhD in Public Health from the University of Sheffield. He has more than a decade of work experience in teaching, research, and project management in the area of global health and other cross-cutting themes. He has worked in Nepal with various health and related research projects and also worked as a Senior Teaching Faculty in public health and health care management programme of Pokhara University affiliated colleges in Nepal. He taught various modules of master’s degree programme (Health Research Methodology, Health Policy and System, Public Health Management and Project management) and supervised master’s degree students thesis in various health and cross-cutting research-related project.

He has managed more than a dozen of monitoring, evaluation and research projects on public health and cross-cutting issues in Nepal. His previous works include:

  • Migration and health-related research project in Nepal (GRCF funded), University of Sussex. Overall lead project design, implementation and conducted mixed-methods research. Worked closely with project teams and developed a mental health counselling related animated video to use for the pre-departure training package for outgoing Nepalese migrant workers which is under progress for the integration.
  • Nepal health system strengthening project funded by DFID and worked for, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) based in Nepal.
  • Fertility Awareness for Community Transformation (FACT) – a multi-arms intervention project on strengthening the family planning programme in Nepal funded by USAID, and staff from Georgetown University, USA. Led overall M&E research and designing project interventions package (a total nine games related on fertility awareness, family planning, side-effects, and social norms around son preference), and tested in five districts of Nepal. Now the Government of Nepal owned the products and expanded over 60 districts of Nepal.
  • Strengthening the HIV prevention and treatment programme in Nepal funded by the World Bank and implemented by FHI 360 Nepal.

Dr Wasti has a good experience in designing and implementing mixed-methods (quantitative and qualitative) research, quasi-experimental research, Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) survey, systematic review and meta-analysis of various health and cross-cutting issues. He has published over 24 papers as a first and co-author in peer-reviewed journals and edited two books (One-lead/co-editor).

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Sexual and reproductive health including family planning and HIV/AIDS
  • Health system and policy
  • Migration and health
  • Gender-based violence including disabilities
  • Elderly care
  • Hygiene promotion including menstrual hygiene

Research Expertise and Interests

  • HIV and AIDS
  • Sexual and reproductive health
  • Migration and Health
  • Disability
  • Health System Research

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