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Talk Session on Jan 6, 2013 on Political-Economic Challenges and Opportunities

The Public Relations Committee of Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA)
Would like to invite you All to the January 6, 2013, Sunday 11 AM, Talk Session over the phone (Free Conference Call)

On the topic:

Nepal-America Relationships: Political-Economic Challenges and Opportunities

Date: Sunday, at 11, on January 6, 2013

Time: 11 AM Eastern Time
Venue: Conference Call

Conference Phone: 218-339-2500
Pass Code:139004#

Please do not miss out this important interactive session with our

Ambassador of Nepal for the USA

Dr. Shankar P. Sharma

Shankar Sharma, Ambassador of Nepal to the United States has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Hawaii. He was Vice-Chairman of the National Planning Commission, Nepal from 2002 to 2006. Dr. Sharma also worked as a consultant to the Constitution Committee on “Distribution of Natural Resources, Economic Rights and Public Revenue” in helping to draft the new Constitution of Nepal.
Dr. Sharma has an extensive experience in government, international institutions and economic research. Before joining the National Planning Commission as a Member in 1997, he worked as a Senior Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance, Nepal; a Senior Economist in the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore; and a Fellow in the East-West Center, Hawaii. He also served as a Professor of Economics in the Centre for Economic Development and Administration, Tribhuvan University.
As a highest level development planner in Nepal, Dr. Sharma provided leadership for national planning, policy guidance, programme development and monitoring. He initiated and introduced the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper- Nepal and Medium-term Expenditure Framework in Nepal and facilitated inter-agency collaboration for the economic and human development of the country, while working in the Planning Commission.
In his long and distinguished career with the Government of Nepal, spanning over more than a decade, Dr. Sharma had extensive dealings with senior levels of donor governments, development agencies, NGOs and the corporate sector in policy dialogue, foreign aid, peace building and development of the country.

At the regional and global level, Dr. Sharma was engaged as a member with the World Energy Council Committee for Energy Issues of Developing Countries, Londonandthe advisory panel on MDG Assessment of the Asia Pacific Region, UNESCAP, Bangkok. He contributed towards an assessment of Asian Least Developed Countries in the context of Brussels LDCs’ Plan of Action and a report on Global Financial Crisis and Its Implications to Fiscal policy in the Asia-Pacific Region for UNESCAP, Bangkok. He had hands-on experience at the field l