Volunteering with IDV is challenging, fun, and rewarding! While you are with us in Nepal. you will work in partnership with communities, individual survivors and local organisations to help Nepal recover from the 2015 earthquakes.
At IDV, we believe that everyone has something to offer. So, even if you are not a skilled builder or teacher, we still want to hear from you! Our inclusiveness is just one of the qualities that makes IDV unique.
Your work could include helping to rebuild classrooms, running activities for kids and helping to develop and lead education and training projects.
If you are over 18 and willing to learn, you have the potential to become an IDV volunteer in Nepal. In general we do not enforce any minimum or maximum stay, but to get the most of your experience we recommend staying for at least two weeks. Longer-term volunteers are particularly encouraged and if we have space constraints we will prioritise them over shorter-term volunteers.
We welcome volunteers based on their ability to contribute to our projects . While certain skills and experience are useful the most important things are that you are ready and willing to work hard, and learn new things, have enthusiasm, are able to work in team a wide range of people from different backgrounds and different cultures.
- Adult Education
- Problem Solving
- Disaster Response
- People Skills
- English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18