Our Team


The GTA team consists of experts and professionals who bring years of experience in communication, mobilization, and management in various development sectors. GTA has a solid history of qualitative and quantitative research, household and baseline surveys, project monitoring and evaluation among other technical areas. With a highly motivated and experienced team of researchers and experts, GTA offers a competitive edge in effectively supporting organizations and their development projects in Nepal through:

  • Qualitative and Quantitative Research in various sectors – gender and social inclusion, poverty alleviation, behavioral interventions, public health, reproductive health (HIV/AIDS, STD, STI), governance and social marketing.
  • Formulation and Implementation of projects designed for at-risk groups and the general population.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of Programs and projects related to Public Health, Education and Environment.
  • Designing and Implementation of community mobilization programs and behavior change communication campaigns.
  • Conducting baseline, household surveys and developing research tools and instruments
  • Documentation and publications.
  • Conceptualizing, developing and designing target-specific IEC materials and fact sheets.
  • Organizing workshops, seminars, interactions and training for diverse audiences.
  • Conceptualizing, developing and implementing media campaigns at the national and local level for specific target groups.

GTA uses a variety of approaches including participatory training for capacity building, organization of workshops and special technical assistance based on the needs of the client organizations and target groups. Technical assistance is provided through site visits, monitoring and evaluation, training and individual consultancy services, and on-site coaching. GTA adopts participatory techniques to strengthen the management capabilities of its clients leading to more sustainable outcomes. We acknowledge the necessity of equity and have taken steps forward in having a gender-balanced workplace in all eight core areas that are coordinated and supervised by the relevant committees.