The Innovative Social Centre was established in 2011 and is a non-profit organization. We are compiled of seven members, and we are registered with the Chief District Office of Kathmandu and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council under the HMG Ministry of Social Welfare. The Innovative Social Centre, just as an NGO, aims to provide free education ,food, shelter ,clothing, and health care to the Nepali orphans. We aim to equip our children with the necessary skills to allow them to grow into self sufficient, indpendent adults. We encourage development through the use of local resources and knowledge, which leads to financial independence and self-sustainability. Currently, we are managing an orphanage in the capital city of Nepal, and we are hoping in time to branch out all across Nepal. The orphanage is currently providing a home for 10 orphans, allowing them to survive, grow, learn, and create a brighter future.
Children in Nepal are orphaned and abandoned for various reasons. Poor socio-economic status, domestic violence, unexpected deaths, illness, and natural disasters are the main reasons, amongst others. Unfortunately, thousands of these children are forced to become street-children (“KHATE”), thereby becoming quite vulnerable to drugs, trafficking, exploitation and other criminal activities, or to end up as domestic slaves.
In order to grow up healthy and happy, children do not only need material things, they need an adequate and healthy environment full of love and support. Here at the Innovative Social Centre we try to diminish children’s plight in Nepal by providing all of the above. we place an emphasis on education, as it is the most important tool in allowing our children to be successful adults.. We believe that an adequate education is the right of all, and not the privilege of few children.