Kul Chandra Gautam Kul Chandra Gautam is a distinguished international civil servant, public policy expert and peace advocate.

He served as Assistant Secretary General of the UN and Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF. He was Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Nepal on International Affairs and the Peace Process. He is a seasoned diplomat and civic leader and serves on the Boards of a number of international and national foundations and charitable organizations as chairman, member or advisor.

This website contains a comprehensive selection of Mr. Gautam's articles, interviews, speeches, photos and videos.

Diplomat Kul Chandra Gautam appointed Results Chairman

Nepali diplomat and development professional Kul Chandra Gautam has been appointed the new Chairman of The Boards of RESULTS and RESULTS Educational Fund. Gautam will begin his term in June 2016 as incumbent Chairman Dr. Scott Leckman concludes his service. In June, Gautam will assume leadership from Leckman, who is stepping down as Chair after More...

Save the Children’s Legacy

Remarks by Kul Chandra Gautam at Asia Regional Meeting of Save the Children Kathmandu, 14 June 2016. I feel honoured and humbled to be asked to make some opening remarks at this important gathering of Save the Children’s leadership team in the Asia region. I am not sure that I have the depth of knowledge More...

The Peace Corps Inspiration

Remarks by Kul C Gautam at Induction of US Peace Corps Volunteers in Nepal: Kathmandu, 10 June 2016. Madam Ambassador, members of the Peace Corps family, dear friends, When I received the invitation to attend this ceremony and say a few words, I was genuinely super-thrilled. I say that not as a polite courtesy, or More...

Nepal’s Earthquake and Resilient Democracy

A year ago on April 25, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal that killed 9,000, left one million homeless, toppled centuries-old cultural monuments, and destroyed public infrastructure. As we reflect on the impact of the earthquake and learn lessons from its response, let us remember a deeply important fact: one of the world’s youngest democratic republics More...