• Tipling Road Construction Work Progression: 12 km completed
  • "Teacher's Orientation Program in Sindhuli"
  • Every Child is Special.
  • "Medical Camp Organized by NJSI in cooperation with Nava Jyoti Center".
  • Women’s group at Tinkanya, Sindhuli welcomes NJSI staff during a post evaluation visit.
  • “Sustainable Livelihoods” A life-skill training program through teaching tailoring.
  • Rebuilding in Sindhupalchok
  • Celebration during the handover programme at Golma Devi Elementary School
  • Ensure availability and sustainable management of water.
  • Children in a newly built classroom of Shiva Primary School, Gorkha
  • Boulders that fell during the landslip was obstructed on the way at Suri VDC, Dolakha. Vehicular movement has resumed after the debris was cleared by NJSI team.
  • "Vocational Training for Youth"

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Earthquake survivors of  Dhadhing, Dolokha, Gorkha, Kathmandu, Kavre, Nuwakot, Ramechap, Sindhuli, Sindhuplachawk and  Lalitpur (10 districts) have access to better educational facility, better school buildings and shelters and better sustainable livelihood options, with a special focus for the women and children,>>> More


Just after the earthquake, the Jesuit of Nepal have been responding in the characteristic manner of the Jesuits, understanding the emerging scenario, with commitment, mobilising personnel and resources and trying to reach the unreached. The Nepal Jesuit Society (NJS) through the Jesuits, its various institutions, students, >>> More

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Nepal Jesuit Social Institute (NJSI)


Nepal Jesuit Social Institute (NJSI) was established by Nepal Jesuit Society (NJS) aftermath of the massive earthquake which hit Nepal on 25th April and 12th May 2015. Since its inception on May 19th NJSI has been actively involved in relief, recovery and rehabilitation process in eleven worst affected district of Nepal. The society started immediate relief work from 27th April 2015 before officially setting up the office  >>> More

 Nepal Jesuits


The Society of Jesus is a Catholic men’s religious congregation, founded in 1540. St. Francis Xavier was one of the founding members of the congregation, now called the Jesuits. He arrived in India in 1542. Jesuits continued to work in South Asia, and in 1951, at the invitation of the Government of Nepal, Fathers Marshall D. Moran, Edward Saton, and Frank Murphy arrived in Kathmandu to begin St. Xavier’s Godavari School. The school expanded to Jawalakhel in 1954. In 1959 Fr.   >>> More