Global Inclusive Adventure Organization is a Nepal based non-profit founded in the year 2008 by a team of Nepali female Everest summiteers. Following are the formal details of GIA-

Government Regd No 259/2065/066
Social Welfare Council Regd no 25874/2065/066

GIA is dedicated to the causes of Education, Empowerment and Environment, particularly through adventure tourism sector.

Upon establishment, GIA together with United Nations World Food Programme conducted a two year program called ‘Inclusive Sagarmatha(Everest) Speakers’. GIA members visited over 150 schools in Nepal with motivational talks as part of the project.

In the year 2010, GIA ventured on the flagship mission of the ‘Seven Summits Women Team’. In the year 2014, the team became the first female group in the world to climb the highest peak in each continent. The mission was supported by the Government of Nepal, Nepal Tourism Board, United Nations World Food Programme, Nepal Mountaineering Association, Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal, among many prestigious organizations.

The team has won several accolades. In 2014, the team had an audience in the White House and met Secretary of State John Kerry. in 2016, Rt Hon President of Nepal decorated the team members with one of the highest civilian awards ‘Jana Sewa Shree’. The team has also received special proclamation from the Council of City of New York, Everest Diamond Jubilee medal from the Government of Nepal, special honor from Nepal Army and more.

Following the historic success of the Seven Summits Women Team, GIA has been dedicated to two special programs, The B-Project and Survivor Training Program.

Under the B-Project, GIA has been working towards rebuilding and recovery of rural schools destroyed by a major earthquake in Bhotenamlang village in Sindhupalchok.

Survivor Training Program involves providing long-term training, support and mentorship to young female survivors (of sex trafficking, rape and other high risk categories) helping them become licensed trekking guides.