JURIA Sato Bajracharya
Juria works as Research Intern Non-Residential at NIPoRe under the Centre for Human Development (CHD). She is a young professional in the social impact and global development space. She supports government engagement projects across South Asia and has worked on projects aimed at scaling-up nonprofit impact in West Africa. At NIPoRe, she is working with the Centre for Human Development (CHD) as a research intern (Research Internship Cohort 2022).
She has built an extensive undergraduate research portfolio in development issues pertinent to low- and middle-income countries and worked on a range of quantitative and qualitative research projects including experiences of violence among students with disabilities in educational settings, female labor participation in ageing economies, among others.
Juria is passionate about developing sustainable solutions for complex social issues. She was educated in and has conducted research across Ghana, Zambia, Abu Dhabi, London, and New York City. Previously, she was part of a team leading and managing a college mentorship program for 20+ students across Africa.
Juria is Japanese-Nepali and was raised in Kathmandu. She graduated with a BA in Economics from New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD).
– Female labor force participation
– Poverty and inequality
– Climate change and adaptation
– Macro and political economy
Language Skills: English (Fluent), Nepali (Fluent), Japanese and Hindi (Conversational)