Captain Wangdi is the Officer in Charge of the Women and Child Protection Unit (WCPU) of the Royal Bhutan Police based in the capital city of Thimphu. In his position with the WCPU, he works closely with the National Commission for Women and Children, as well as the local NGO, Respect Educate Nurture Empower Women. He focuses on crimes against women and children, including domestic violence, and trafficking in persons, overseeing more than 600 cases each year. He was involved in the drafting of the Bhutanese Domestic Violence Prevention Bill and was a member of the core working group of the Child Mapping Assessment carried out by the United Nations Children’s Fund and the National Commission for Women and Children. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Social Science from the Indian National Defense Academy and a Diploma in Military Studies from the Indian Military Academy. During his Humphrey year, he hopes to focus on the prevention of trafficking in persons, an emerging issue in Bhutan, as well as on women’s and children’s rights. Upon returning to Bhutan, he plans to use this knowledge to spearhead the creation of additional Women and Child Protection Units within the Royal Bhutan Police.