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Volunteering in Nepal

Volunteering in Nepal

Volunteering in Nepal is a wonderful way to gain some experience and give back to the society. Volunteering will not only help the concerned community, it will also help you gain experience in your field of choice and learn about a new culture and language. It can also serve you the purpose of working holiday as the moments spent in the beautiful place like Nepal will be no less than a holiday.

We organize volunteering opportunities for interested individuals and groups in various sectors including construction of the school for poor children who needs education, housing for the orphans, widows and extremely poor children whose parents can’t raise them up. Apart from this you can also visit villages and interact with people who have never seen foreigner come to their houses and you also will

A Child looks to the foreign person

Volunteering in Nepal

never forget the service and friendship they will make to you. Travel with us as we go to most beautiful sites in Nepal to help deserving communities with what they need.

During the period you are volunteering, we will arrange for your lodging, food and other logistics required and also the travel to and from the volunteering site.

We don’t charge from you. Where ever you stay it is up to you to pay the hosting service to the house you stay. You are never a customer, you are a member of the family. Let us tell you one thing, it is so wonderful and awesome to work in the lap of the Himalayas.

If you are interested for a volunteering program or would like to know more about it, please drop a mail.

Current Project available for volunteering in Nepal

  1. Orphanage House 
  2. School
  3. Church

Restrictions and Rules

Some of the things ‘Do and Don’t’. We had to do this because some of the volunteers that stay with us did more harm then good.

We want volunteers to know the culture and respect it. Don’t take your shoes all the way to their bedrooms and in kitchen where they seat and eat in floor, with leg crossed. Don’t walk bare foot around or in street or sleep in the dust floor. Don’t hang out too much with opposite sex if you are not husband and wife and be an example to the kids. Don’t eat your food alone, share them with kids, if you are eating, like biscuits, soda, ice cream, apples, or such as this. If you don’t share that is rude. If you need to use tools, kitchen, washing machine, tv, blankets, always let the house owner know that you are using them and it is ok to use them. If you break anything then you are responsible to buy new one or repair it. Don’t be too motivated to give cash to anyone you don’t know because you never check what use cash for. Talk like babies and behave like mature man. If you are single girl or boy and would like to come and help, girls parents should know that their girl is going with a boy or boy’s parents should know that their boy is going with a girl and we want to be sure that every things are clear. In some cases, we will ask recommendation from the Church they attend. We are Christians and we are very concern about this. We don’t like hearing noise when people sleep, Nepali sleep at 9PM in the village and wake up at 5AM. Please acclimatize this.

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  1. Hi there, I work with an organization called Youth with a Mission in Perth, Australia. Over the next year we will be sending many teams to Nepal every three months. I personally have been researching opportunities to work with children in Nepal and was wondering if there is any possibility of us connecting with you and perhaps partnering in some of the ministry you do. If you could respond via email that would be amazing!
    Thank you so much!
    Abby

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