Who We Are


Nyaya Health Nepal is a non-profit organization registered under the laws of Nepal.

In the fiscal year 2019, we provided 165,932 healthcare services at the facilities we manage directly and our Community Health Workers visited 147,563 patients.


Many of our doctors and nurses could have much more comfortable jobs in urban areas that would provide them opportunities to significantly advance their careers and reputations, yet they choose to live in remote locations to bring healthcare to those who need it most.


Our Community Health Workers, embedded in our communities, ensure we can provide quality healthcare to the almost 230,000 people who live in our catchment areas. They provide perinatal services, deal with non-communicable disease (NCD), mental health services and follow-up for patients who received treatment at our hospital facilities.


Our services team in Kathmandu works hard to support the entire team to reach our shared mission.

Our Directors, leadership team and all our staff share the same commitment, to realizing the organization’s mission of providing quality healthcare to underserved communities in Nepal.


Quality healthcare for all.


To improve healthcare for underserved populations by collaborating with the government of Nepal.

Culture Code

  1. Patients and communities first: The patients and communities we service are our priority

  2. Integrity: We do what we say; we are honest and ethical

  3. Innovation: We revise and update processes, systems and services continuously

  4. Team work: We help others succeed; we respect and trust each other

Our Board




Mr. Suraj Vaidya is the President of Vaidya’s Organization of Industries & Trading Houses (VOITH), which deals in tea exports, automobile imports, agro-industries, construction, and education. One of the most dynamic business houses in Nepal, VOITH employs more than 7,000 people and is committed to raising the living standard of Nepal’s poorest people, the bulk of whom are farmers, by prioritizing investment in particular industries and through corporate social responsibility. Mr. Vaidya is the Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Philippines for Nepal and Promoter of Lumbini General Insurance Co. Ltd. Mr. Vaidya also served as President of the SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry, President of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce & Industry, and Vice – Chair of Lumbini Development Trust. Mr. Vaidya earned his MBA in International Affairs from George Mason University in the United States.



Vice Chairperson

Dr. Aruna Uprety is a globally recognized leader on women’s issues within Nepal. She had advocated / lobbied for abortion rights in Nepal, has testified before the United States Congress of issues of women’s trafficking in Nepal, and currently leads the efforts against chhaupadi practices in the Far West region of Nepal. She also had worked as public Health specialist in Iran, Afghanistan, India, Sudan, and Laos from 2002 to 2010. Dr. Uprety is the author of Health Guidelines for Women with Disabilities, Junk Food and Wrong Advertisement and Its Impacts on Health, and Adolescent Reproductive Health, as well as numerous articles on women’s health and rights. She writes regularly about health and social issues.




Dr. Saroj P. Dhital, MD D.Med, is one of the founders of Public Health Concern Trust-Nepal (PHECT). He is also Chief of General Surgery at Kathmandu Model Hospital, Director of Health Sciences and Telemedicine at the Nepal Research and Education Network, and Professor of General Surgery at National Academy of Medical Sciences and overseas Supervisor for FCPS program run by College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan. Dr. Dhital is a major proponent of rural surgery, an active participant in the Citizen’s Movement for Democracy and Peace in Nepal. A member of Medical Working Group of Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN), Dr. Dhital has also served as the President of America-Nepal Medical Foundation.




Dileep Agrawal founded and established Nepal’s largest Internet service provider (ISP) in 1995 while attending Bates College in the US. Over the years, WorldLink has registered tremendous sustained growth and provides services ranging from Internet and data connectivity to cloud computing and managed enterprise services. WorldLink has grown to be not only the largest ISP in Nepal, but one of the largest IT services companies employing over 2,900 people throughout the country. Mr. Agrawal is in-charge of overall corporate management, strategy and business development. A recognized pioneer in Nepal’s IT industry, he regularly appears in national and international media. He has co-founded several companies and non-profit organizations and serves on their boards.



Joint Secretary

Ms. Kalpana Gaire, is a woman entrepreneur. She is the chairperson of Dharmarudra Sewa Hospital, and proprietor of Sewa Agro Production & Prasodhan. She has master’s in business studies degree from Tribhuvan University. She is involved in empowerment of women in Far western province of Nepal. She has organized women empowerment programs, provided training to local farmers related to various products, and organized training programs on health and safety. She was the Health Coordinator of 6th National Game, Member of 2020 Tourism Year Board, and has also served as the executive Member of Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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Ms. Sabita Bhandari is Senior Advocate at Nepal Law Firm, Putalisadak. She has been practicing legal advocacy and supervising more than 6 advocates. Prior to this, she served as the Commissioner at the National Information Commission, Nepal. She has run women's literacy training classes and mentored young students on sustainable work and living. She has master’s degree in law from Kathmandu University. She is a member of Nepal Bar Association since 1984 and has served as Executive Member of Supreme Court Bar association, and Treasurer of Nepal bar Association.  She has published various articles on legal literacy, youth engagement on legal field and women empowerment.




Dr. Bhaskar Raj Pant, MD is practicing Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon with a primary specialty interest in Joint Replacement, Reconstruction and Trauma. He is the Chief Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon at HAMS Hospital, Nepal. Prior to this, Dr. Bhaskar was the Assistant Director of Joint Replacement and Sports Medicine at Grande International Hospital, Nepal. He did his Fellowship in Joint Replacement and Sports from USA, an advanced course in Joint Replacement from, Switzerland and Knee Fellowship from Japan. He has also pursued Advanced AO Trauma from Thailand and Global Health Delivery course from Harvard University, USA. Dr. Bhas oversees Rural Trauma Care across our service areas in Achham and Dolakha.




Mr. Kunda Dixit is the editor and publisher of the Nepali Times. He is a journalism graduate of Columbia University and started his career with BBC Radio in New York. He has been writing on global development and environmental issues for Inter Press Service, where he served as Regional Editor, Asia-Pacific. He was also Regional Director for Panos South Asia. He teaches journalism at Kathmandu University and is visiting faculty at New York University Abu Dhabi, and is the author of the books: ‘Dateline Earth: Journalism As If the Planet Mattered’ and the trilogy on the Nepal conflict, ‘A People War’.

Our Team

Under the Board of Directors of Nyaya Health Nepal, the team comprises of 100% Nepali local staff. We currently have 212 staff in Achham and 2 in Kathmandu.
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Srijana Devkota
Patnership Manager

Srijana Devkota is a result oriented and delivery focused manager with master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Coventry University, United Kingdom. She has ten + years of experience with different national and international development organizations in project management, with strong organizational and interpersonal skills; along with professional experiences across a wide range of sectors including Governance, Humanitarian, WASH, Social Protection,  Urban Management, Transport Management and Media Communications Projects. Srijana is experienced in project planning, budgeting, implementing, managing partnership, capacity building and project design and development. She has an experience of developing and implementing a partnership approaches to ensures the very best of relationships with partners, donors and others. Overall, she is committed to professionalism and exhibits excellent communication skills.

Dr. Mandeep Pathak
Director of Trauma and Surgeries, Achham

Our Partners

We would like to thank the government of Nepal for allowing and supporting us to work in partnership to improve the public healthcare system in Nepal. We would also like to thank all our philanthropic and technical partners for their continued support since the beginning of this organization.
Government of Nepal
Ministry of Health & Population
Baiteshwor Rural Municipality
Bannigadi Jayagad Rural Municipality
Bhimeshwor Municipality
Chaurpati Rural Municipality
Kalinchok Rural Municipality
Kamalbazar Municipality
Social Development Ministry (Province 3
& Far-West Province)
Mallekh Rural Municipality
Ramaroshan Rural Municipality
Sanphebagar Municipality
Tamakoshi Rural Municipality 
District Health Office - Achham
District Health Office - Bajura
District Health Office - Dolakha
District Health Office - Doti
Health Insurance Board
National Center for AIDS and STD Control
National Public Health Laboratory
National Tuberculosis Center
Logistics Management Division
Regional Medical Store, Dhangadi
Regional Medical Store, Hetauda
Epidemiology & Disease Control Prevention
Philanthropic & Other Partners
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