Social Empowerment and Building Accessibility Centre (SEBAC-Nepal) was established in 1997 (2054 B. S.) (1997) in Achham district, Sudurpashchim Province, Nepal. Over the years it has evolved into a national-level, non-governmental organization. It serves the marginalized, disadvantaged and resource-poor communities across the country.


Establish equitable, well-developed, and judicious societies across the country.


Improve the lives of women and children, and people of marginalized, deprived and disadvantaged communities by ensuring their improved access to health, nutrition, sanitation, education, agriculture promotion and income generation.


  1. To enhance access of poor and vulnerable communities to safe, affordable, equitable, inclusive and sustainable WASH facilities to meet national targets in collaboration with the government and stakeholders
  2. To improve the living standards of women, marginalized, deprived, and disadvantaged communities through equitable and sustainable development interventions
  3. To strengthen the capacity of community groups and partner organizations to deliver WASH and other development services effectively
  4. To support needy communities for livelihood, food security and nutritional improvement