Peekye Hill Social Organisation (PHISO) was founded in 1998 by Kami Sherpa, borne in the village of Goli Gumba and living in Kathmandu. He first started with sponsoring personally two teachers to transfer the precious knowledge of the elder lamas (Monks) to the young boys and girls of the village of Goli.
The program proved very fruitful and successfully created several young monks and nuns. This success was very enthusiastic though not enough. He then felt that only the monastic education could not transform the society in the current situation and by a single person's financial support cannot help a whole community. This situation gave birth to the Peekye Hill Social Organisation as a bridge between the people living in the rural area and the people well educated and living in a well-developed society or let say that a bridge between able and generous people and extremely needy and helpless people.
- This organisation founded a pre-primary school at Goli Gumba, Solu Khumbu, and is providing free education.
- This organisation promotes Peekye Hill Region as one of the tourist destinations in the lower Solu Khumbu region as help in the economic uplift of local people through tourism.
- This organisation is working on the preservation of Sherpa language and culture. It aims to found a school in Kathmandu that will provide free education based on Sherpa language and culture. The Sherpa language is being transformed orally from one generation to next, and such practice is no longer effective due to the domination of other major language groups.
- This organisation helps the underprivileged families living in the Kathmandu valley, especially during major political and natural disruptions in the base of daily life.