In Nepal, Pragya is working for the sustainable development of the Himalayan region and its vulnerable & marginalised communities, as well as for the conservation of its sensitive ecosystem. We are addressing the critical needs of the least developed, high-altitude districts that span the northern belt of the country and its inhabitant communities. Research work covers all hill and mountain districts (55 of them) while grassroots projects are being implemented in the districts of Humla, Dolpa (Karnali zone) and Mustang (Dhwalagiri zone).

Pragya Solutions is coordinating activities implemented in Nepal in partnerships with local grassroots organisations and has a coordinating office in Kathmandu.

Our work is delivered through our office in Kathmandu and in partnerships with local grassroots organisations.

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Pragya Nepal
Trade Tower Building,
Regus, Thapatbali,
Kathmandu, Nepal

Community Resource Centre in Humla

KATHMANDU, NEPAL, 5th March 2013: A Rural Library was inaugurated for a cluster of villages in Humla district. The resource centre stocked with a wide variety of learning resources for all age-groups...


The onset of the monsoons in North India has caused widespread flooding in the states of Assam and Bihar, leading to extensive damage, with over a 100 people dead, and 4.2 million people affected. Pragya is working to provide emergency relief to the people most affected by this disaster. Your support can help us expand our relief efforts, and cater to the needs of thousands more who require assistance.

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