Mr. Hom Nath Subedi is an experienced health and development expert of Nepal with more than 30 years of experience in social development/mobilisation including: equity, access, social inclusion, gender, partnership development and strengthening, facilitation and coaching; health planning, and project design and management. He has considerable professional experience in health system, health policy and planning, health service delivery, health research and programme management.
He has contributed in Nepal Health Sector Programme of the Ministry of Health funded by DFID. He is skilled in managing different research and development projects, facilitating training session, networking and coordinating with different government ministries and line agencies and civil society and provide input in developing project proposals etc.
Subedi’s areas of expertise include human resource management, monitoring and assessment, social mobilisation and advocacy, developing governance and accountability tools, especially; management of social audit guidelines development, large community health development projects, implementation through third party and monitoring and management of citizen’s charters at health facilities. He has also worked in and around conflict and developing a conflict sensitive programme planning and implementation. Subedi has completed Masters of Art in Geography from Tribhuban University, Nepal. He also holds a Post Graduates certificate in Applied Social Development, Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, Scotland – UK, 2002.
- Co-author “The national free delivery policy in Nepal: early evidence of its effects on health facilities”, Published by Oxford University Press in association with The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Health Policy and Planning 2011; 26:ii84–ii91, doi:10.1093/heapol/czr066
- Co-author “Improving Emergency Obstetric Care in a Context of very High Maternal Mortality: The Nepal Safer Motherhood Project (NSMP) 1997 – 2004”, published in Reproductive Health Matters, Volume 15, Number 30 November 2007.