The Bal Sewa Griha Children’s Center (BSG) is an orphanage home located in Lalitpur, Nepal, just south of Kathmandu. We provide food, shelter, education, medical care, and vocational training to abandoned, orphaned, and destitute children.
Established in 1995, BSG has a long history of giving otherwise helpless children the opportunity to pursue happy and healthy lives. The home raises children in a loving family environment with an emphasis on academic success, producing good and independent citizens of Nepal. Children under our care have gone on to attend universities, gain employment, and relocate abroad.
Aims & Objectives:
• To provide shelter for children who are orphaned (without living parents to provide proper care) or destitute (with parents that are financially, physically, or mentally unable to provide proper care).
• To provide education free of cost, up to completion of secondary school and SLC exam (grade 10), and college (grades 11-12); and to provide vocational training for those seeking employment.
• To provide health care and other services to needy children.
BSG is a non-Governmental, non-political, not-for-profit and equal opportunity sharing social organization registered in District Administration Office of Lalitpur, Nepal. It is also affiliated with the Social Welfare Council (SWC) of Nepal.