She received her masters degree in in Arts from Women and Development Institute of Social Studies The Hague, The Netherlands . She did her M.D from Kharkov State Medical Institute Ukraine ( Former Soviet Union ). She worked in a governmental office for about 8 years inside a maternity ward. Her close hands-on experience in the maternity ward inspired her desire to advocate for women’s rights regarding abortion. Uprety was involved with many different Non-governmental organizations, which allowed her to travel to different Nepalese regions. Through her travels, she learned about women who faced Uterine Pro-lapse, and noticed its prevalence in rural and urban parts of Nepal. Her sympathetic and compassionate attitude towards being an advocate for change motivated her to speak out on this problem and many other problems women across Nepal faced. Currently she is working as a Team Leader for Public Health and Nutrition Promotion, Rural Health Education Service Trust, Nepal.