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Volunteer Society Nepal
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Join a once in a lifetime opportunity to contribute to the development of Nepal
Join us for our 3 or 4 week Summer Program and combine volunteering with touring Nepal!
We assist with the development of Nepali communities through a diverse range of projects. Our projects aim at children, youth and women. Empowering these groups will create positive change in Nepal. To reach this goal, we place volunteers in schools, women or child care centers and monasteries. Volunteer Society Nepal has started four projects in Kathmandu: A school, disability center, a women center and an after school child care center. Besides these projects, we offer volunteering and internship placements in a variety of locations.
How can I volunteer?
You can fill out our contact form or application form here. We can then discuss your skills and decide which placement would suit you most. It is possible to combine multiple placements, for example two weeks in the
women center in Kathmandu and two weeks at a school in a rural area. Volunteering is for all ages, from high school students to retired teachers.
What is included in volunteering?
As a volunteer, you will receive an introduction that includes Nepali lessons, sight seeing and we take you to your host family and workplace. For more information on prices, have a look at our fees page.
Why volunteer with us?
As a volunteer you will have an amazing time with us as you:
- Will engage in the ongoing development process of Nepal
- Develop your personal and life skills
- Grow an understanding of the Nepali people, their language and culture
- Take part in local festivals, weddings, and visit small villages
- Immerse yourself in the spectacular natural beauty and surroundings of Nepal
About Volunteer Society Nepal
Purano Sinamangal, Kathmandu, Nepal 4232455, NP
Volunteer Society Nepal is founded on a dream. That brave and generous volunteers from across all backgrounds from Nepal and abroad could work together.
At the height of the conflict in Nepal in 2004 we gathered a team of Nepalese development workers. We also invited foreign social activists and foreign volunteers to come and help. Together we combat the shortages in education, healthcare and women’s rights. We believe we can do this quicker and more efficiently than the existing international organizations. Our work has taken on a new dimension following the devastation of the 2015 earthquake. We have since doubled our efforts to sustain and increase our humanitarian projects.