Childrens Homes

Mother Earth Home, Ilam

This home has recently opened and has a focus on agriculture and sustainable practices. Being a primarily agricultural society, PA Nepal believes it is important for children to grow up with understanding the land and their culture.

Amma Paradise Home, Palpa

Set in an isolated and beautiful part of Palpa, this Home has a focus on agriculture and at present is home to boys who have an interest in animal husbandry and working on the land while continuing their academic studies.

Manmaya Home

This Home is a recent addition and is a transition house for children in the Jhapa region who are leaving prison. It is located above our Junkiri school and aims at providing children with additional support during this difficult time.

Jhapa Home

Our Home in Jhapa also has farm land attached and is on its way to becoming self-sufficient. The children at this Home attend PA Nepal’s Junkiri school along with many other local children.

Sankhu Home

Within Nepal, the state has no legal obligation to support the children of prisoners. As such, one of PA Nepal’s greatest responsibilities is for the complete care of numerous children whose parents have been imprisoned. Without such support, many of these children would be forced to either reside in prison with their parents or on the streets where they are vulnerable to abuse, trafficking and exploitation.

NayaBazar Home

While one of PA Nepal’s most important values is keeping families together, the dangers of leaving a young child in prison often means it is in their best interest to be removed from that environment. Subsequently, PA Nepal cares for over 100 children across its four Children’s Homes in Nepal. However, despite our best efforts it is estimated that over 50 children are still living in prison with their parents. Many of these children, even those who have been rescued, have suffered histories

P.O. Box: 8974 PCN 36, Kathmandu, Nepal

+977-01-4364896,