Sudip Bhaju works in addressing institutional reforms by supporting organizations to formulate pragmatic solutions and strategies and supporting policy reforms to contribute to development impact. He works in emerging markets such as Nepal, Bhutan, India and Rwanda.

The Changing Face of Rwanda

One of the fastest growing economies in East Africa, Rwanda sustained high GDP growth of around 8% per year between 2001 and 2013. When I first visited the country in 2013, I was impressed by its fresh out of school attitude with its high aspirations, ambitions and risk-taking nature. Rwanda was geared to conquer the…

consulting business

The Business of Consulting

As our economies and industries evolve to take on expansion, challenges and market demands, there is a growing need for services that will facilitate operation in such a sophisticated and evolving environment. These services are generally provided by consultants or consulting firms—businesses where one or more experts (consultants) provide advice to an individual or organization…

Jugaad - The Nepali Way of Life!

Jugaad – The Nepali Way of Life!

The way Nepal’s law and order operates is usually surprising to people, given that the political system is riddled with chaos and mayhem. Even though it possesses all the indicators of a failing economy, it is commendable that Nepal is still growing at a nominal rate. We are used to optimistically leaving our fate, including…

the untold story of far west

The Untold Story of Far West

Understanding the past is always important to derive lessons for the future, and gain a holistic perspective. To understand a country, you need to place it within the coordinates of space and time, of geography and history. Nepal’s strategic position between two global economic powers has always been a huge advantage, but as a nation…

Nepal As I Travel

Nepal As I Travel…

They say Kathmandu does not define Nepal and nothing justifies it more when you experience it for yourself. Four years in beed and travel was the perk that came with the job. Over the past few years, I have travelled to places where I would never have set foot, traversed to about three dozen districts-…