Mr. Subedi is an institutional development specialist and has 30 years of experience in the field of participatory natural resources development. He holds a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Tribhuvan University, Nepal in 1980. He had training in the areas of social science research methodology and project planning and has also completed the World Bank Course on Financial Management and Project Analysis. He was one of the founders of FMIS Promotion Trust.
He is also the life member and executive committee member of International Network for Participatory Irrigation Management (INPIM), Nepal Chapter, and member, International Association for the Study of Common Property, USA. As a Participatory Development Specialist, Mr. Subedi has completed consulting assignments in Hill Area Land and Water Development Project, Himanchal Pradesh and India Interactive Videodisc Project, New Delhi. His major assignments in CMS include the World Bank funded Nepal Irrigation Sector Project Preparation, JICA funded the Feasibility Study of Trisuli Irrigation Project, Intensification of Extension - Nepal Community Forestry Project and the World Bank funded Pilot Program for Participatory Environmental Protection in Hill Irrigation.
He also worked in the World Bank Resident Mission in Kathmandu as a Forestry Consultant. Previous to that, as a freelance consultant, he worked in the World Bank/UNDP funded Irrigation Sector Support Project, Mahakali Irrigation Project for the World Bank and Bagmati Irrigation Project for Asian Development Bank . He started his career in the Research Center for Nepal and Asian Studies as a community and social researcher. He has visited India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Japan, USA , Singapore, China, Malaysia and Australia.