To the north, east and south lies tall green hills rising above 1500 metres whilst to the west and southwest, the land slopes gently into the fertile river valley of the Aandhi Khola (or Aandhi River).
There are 521 welfare pensioners who rely on AWC Syangja, managed by Captain (Ret'd) Pimbahadur Gurung, ex GSPS.
Syangja has a pig farm, popular among the local community for producing healthy piglets for rearing and education on sustainable farming. It also has a fruit and vegetable garden, tended by the field staff with the produce sold and profits re-invested into the AWC.
The Trust has funded eight schools within the area and five water projects. One of these schools was recently provided with a new roof under the minor school refurbishment project.
In 2012 - 2013 Syangja AWC awarded:
Syangja is one of the traditional Gurkha recruiting areas and a large number of both British and Indian army ex-servicemen live here. The AWC was visited by Miss Joanna Lumley during her last trip to Nepal.