2016 January, Students

Asmita Khadka, NEPAL


Master Program


Asmita Khadka is from Nepal with a bachelor degree on Computer Information System and Management from Pokhara University, Nepal and a one-year master degree on “Leadership for Sustainability” from Malmo University, Sweden. Before joining AIT, she was working at a non-profit organization in Nepal dedicated to strengthen the role and capacity of Private Sector to contribute to responsible business practices and sustainable development in Nepal. Coming from a country which has vulnerabilities and experiences of natural disasters like earthquake, flood, landslide, rapid climate change and epidemics, with her multidisciplinary background in Management, Information and Social Science, her aspiration is to be a disaster management professional with a state of the art training in disaster preparedness, mitigation and management and contribute to the resilience and sustainable development of Nepal.

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Dr. Mokbul Morshed Ahmad, DPMM faculty writes about the Rohingya Crisis in The Nation (Thailand)

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