Kamal Gautam is a dedicated activist on the issues of young people in general, and their SRHR in particular. He holds a master’s degree in International Public Health with specialisation in Sexual and Reproductive Health from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK with a Chevening scholarship.
Before joining ARROW, Kamal worked with Right Here Right Now Nepal Consortium as a National Coordinator where his role was not limited to just the coordination but extended to the advocacy of young people’s SRHR at the national, regional as well as global levels. He has also worked with YUWA, a national organisation in Nepal as well as with International Medical Corps as one of the leads in designing and implementing programmes related to young
people’s SRHR, GBV, comprehensive sexuality education and its advocacy.
He also has a deep interest in qualitative research – exploring experiences, thoughts and feelings, and drawing valuable conclusions to develop evidence-based interventions.