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.
Patients and communities first: The patients and communities we service are our priority
Integrity: We do what we say; we are honest and ethical
Innovation: We revise and update processes, systems and services continuously
Team work: We help others succeed; we respect and trust each other
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.
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.