To be living witness of God's love and to transform communities.


Based on Biblical values, HDCS works with government, non-government, and other partners for community development by providing basic quality services through compassionate care.

Our Values

  • Honesty is our strength
  • Love is our action
  • Righteousness is the foundation of our success
  • Respect builds our relationships
  • Services - we are here to serve not to be served
  • Duty comes ahead of our rights
  • We are stewards of God's creation

How was HDCS started?

The story of HDCS is closely linked to the personal journey of the founder and Executive Director, Dr. Tirtha Bahadur Thapa. At the age of 15, Dr. Thapa's father passed away which played a vital role in bringing about two of the most significant changes in his life--his faith and his aspiration.

Growing up in a Hindu family, tradition required Dr. Thapa and his brothers to ignite the fire in which their father's body was cremated. This act compelled Dr. Thapa to ask questions about life and death which ultimately led him to find answers in Christianity.

At the same time, Dr. Thapa understood access to basic medical services probably would have saved his father's life. This instilled the desire to become a medical doctor because without such facilities, countless people like his father would fall victim to avoidable deaths.

Unfortunately, financial and circumstantial obstacles made it impossible for Dr. Thapa to pursue that line of study. Instead, at the age of 16 he left his village in east Nepal and moved to Kathmandu. There, he worked various odd end jobs to survive until he became engaged in the church.

After adopting the faith, Dr. Thapa rose quickly as a young leader. He became active within the Christian community but in due time, Dr. Thapa felt Christians were called to serve the poor and needy not only through evangelization but through services.

Thus, in 1991, HDCS was established as a Christian NGO with the aim of providing care to those who needed it the most.

Dr. Thapa may not have become a medical doctor, but through faith and hard work his dream of providing medical services to the poor and marginalized has surpassed what he had ever imagined.

Now, through HDCS, hundreds of thousands of people in Nepal have access to affordable quality health care, transformational education, and are learning the skills they need to improve their lives.

What does HDCS do?

HDCS works in three primary sectors: health, education, and community development. Currently, HDCS manages hospitals, community health interventions, schools, centers for mentally and physically challenged children, and radio stations.

To learn more about each project explore the links below:

  • Nepali Curriculum Secondary School

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  • Kathmandu International Study Centre (KISC) EQUIP

    KISC's teacher training programme was officially named as EQUIP (Education Quality Improvement Programme). Established in...

  • Kathmandu International Study Centre (KISC)

    Kathmandu International Study Centre (KISC) was originally established as a school for children from missionary families...

  • Asha Bal Bikas Sewa (ABBS) According to the latest census out of the total 26.4 million people 1.94 per cent lives with disabilities in Nepal. There can be more cases if there are more care services available in the country. The level of attention given to disability care is far from being satisfactory .There are still many areas where false belief, superstitions, ignorance and poverty play dominant roles in the lives of..
  • CoRIN (Afno FM) There is a rising population of 27 million people living in the country, where 81% is estimated to be living in remote areas of Nepal still dependent on agriculture for livelihood. Many lack access to proper education and remain unexposed to beneficial facilities. It is clear that parts of Nepal lack learning opportunities and especially people living in remote places are limited to proper knowl..

Where we work

Map of projects from HDCS