Once in the Prolinnova family... always in the Prolinnova family...

Dharma Dangol has been an active member of Prolinnova-Nepal from its inception. He was also the Country Platform (CP) coordinator in the period during which the CP secretariat was hosted by the Natural History Museum of the Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu. Dharma retired in April this year but is committed to continuing the work of Prolinnova, especially in regards to integration of the approach into education at all levels. Dharma resides in the Kirtipur Municipality of Kathmandu and has started liaising with schools in the area, building on interactions he has had with some of them in the recent past.

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Update on Prolinnova-Nepal 2018-19

In this May 2019 update on Prolinnova-Nepal, the new secretariat of the Country Platform (CP) - SAHAS (Group of Helping Hands) - reports on what has been happening since the handover from outgoing CP coordinator Dharma Dangol (now retiring) from Tribhuvan University to Surendra Shrestha, Executive Director of SAHAS Nepal.

One of the final activities organised by Dharma Dangol before the handover was a celebration of the International Farmer Innovation Day in November 2018, when the Natural History Museum of the University and the Center for Nepal Environment and Education Development (CNEED) jointly organised a seminar in Kathmandu on linking local innovation into museum education.