Luvana completed a comprehensive post-graduate degree in Human Rights from Panjab University, Chandigarh, India. Subsequently, Luvana developed a vast curriculum in the fields of mental health, women and children, Human Rights, and human trafficking. Luvana worked for a variety of organisations including the UN World Food Programme (Nepal), UNWOMAN (Nepal), Save the Children International (Nepal), Women Fund Tanazania (Tanzania), and KOSHISH National Mental Health self-help organisation and Community Action Center-Nepal (CAC-N).
Luvana particularly enjoys challenging assignments that push her beyond her comfort zone and enhance her personal and professional growth.
Luvana’s involvement with minority groups, the underprivileged and the disadvantaged in Nepal has given her exposure to complex issues that need strategical, practical and prompt problem-solving. Luvana brings to the table a unique fusion of invaluable knowledge, indispensable expertise and commendable competence.