Our History

Nari Sewa Kendra (NGO) was renamed in 1994 (2054 BS) formerly named by Nari Hasta Kala Vikas Kendra in 1977 (2034 BS) with initiation of active women. In 1980 (2037 BS) it was registered in district admission Office, Kaski under the Organization Registration Act as Not for profit Non Governmental Organization.

In the inception period, Nari Sewa Kendra was confined in the skill development of the needy people to raise income through protection of traditional skills and resources. However, over he period, with its own experience and demand from the beneficiary it also facilitated in cross cutting issues like human rights, good governance, gender violence, peace process, para legal advice, basic infra structure etc.


To encourage and develop our community in every best possible manner, by implementing programs that will help develop the community identifying the needs and wants of the poor people and women.


To bring innovative change in our community by eliminating discrimination, HIV aids through education, women empowerment, training and global diversity.

Our Core Values

Team work

Nari Sewa Kendra believes in team work of the staff and its members. We work as a team to solve problems of the underprivileged families and women. Together we have developed wide variety of programs to develop our community. We act as managers, organizers, leaders and implementers. Together we can achieve much more and we will continue to do so in the future.


Nari Sewa Kendra ensures that the funds are use according to the budget line and the transactions that are being done are transparent. We believe in professionalism within our administrative department. We make sure that no unfair means or acts are performed by us and other members of the firm. Education and training are part of our professionalism so that we can learn new ideas and perform accordingly.


We take great part in developing a civilized environment at the work place. All the employees are trained to be polite and professional during interaction with the visitors. We believe that poverty is not a choice, so one must not take advantage of it.