History and Achievements

Bal Sewa Griha was founded in 1995 (2051) by Mr. Jaya Ram Tamata and Ms. Maya Sunar. It is formerly known as “Children Welfare Home,” bal sewa griha’s translation from the Nepali language.

Beginning with just twelve children, BSG rapidly grew - over the past two decades, it has provided services or housing to over 1,000 children in Nepal. At any given time, it serves about fifty children and employs about five caregivers. In 2006, its peak of participation, twenty staff provided services to over one hundred children.

Since its inception, BSG has reunited children with their families or guardians, found graduates scholarships for studies, and connected eligible children with adoptive parents or scholarships. Children under our care have gone on to attend universities, gain employment, and relocate abroad.

BSG’s main office and orphanage home is located in the Lalitpur district of Nepal, just south of Kathmandu. Recently, it established a branch office in Sauraha, where a large home is under construction.