Come and join us to experience the real life in Nepal while making a meaningful contribution to disadvantaged local communities. Volunteering with us in Nepal can be considered a mutual developing experience. Disadvantaged Nepalese people benefit from your help by means of care-giving, knowledge and love sharing. Simultaneously you will develop yourself as person by means of experiencing the Nepali culture, ethnicity and pureness. At last, many local Nepali benefit from our projects indirectly. We established a school that offers employment opportunities to over a hundred people. Come and join us in developing Nepal and yourself.
Voluntary work in Nepal can be an extremely rewarding and life-changing experience. Upon arrival, and throughout their stay, volunteers will receive a warm welcome from the Nepali people, who are famous for their honesty and hospitality.
Volunteers will live and work in one of the world’s most diverse countries, with geography that ranges from the peak of the Himalaya to the tropical heat of the flat Terai; from the chaos of Kathmandu to the tranquility of rural villages. Volunteer Society Nepal is an established leading volunteer organization with professional and committed staffs. VSN makes sure all our volunteers are well prepared before beginning work as a volunteer by providing orientations, training in Nepali language, culture and work practices. VSN does everything possible to look after our volunteers’ safety and make sure they will have a meaningful and pleasant stay. VSN volunteer program is not merely a volunteer placement; we customize the programs to match the need, taste, and interest of our volunteers.
Volunteer Society Nepal, in conjunction with many local Nepali people, has created an environment from which volunteers will benefit strongly by:
Schools in Nepal often lack appropriate funding and resources to adequately teach children. As English is an international language, it is becoming more and more of a required skill for job placement, educational advancement and future success. Many classes are delivered in English by Nepali.
Most of the disabled individuals in Nepal are ignored, neglected and forced to live in dark rooms, because most of the family members of disabled individuals feel shame at having lost the prestige due to them in the community. As a result, they are dying.
Most of the schools in rural in Nepal consist of four wooden poles supporting a thatched roof. No blackboard. No desks. Few books. Open toilets, no proper classrooms, no playgrounds, no libraries, not even drinking water. In order to address the lack of basic educational infrastructure Volunteer.
Volunteer Society Nepal is playing an active role in linking rural Nepali people with experienced medical and health personnel from both Nepal and around the world. The VSN Health Program mobilizes volunteers experienced in medical and health areas, to rural places where the government is unable.
This program is designed for people who are interested in religious culture, to teach English in one monastery for a period of two months or more. VSN Nepal can provide longer stays upon request. Volunteers will teach English to the monks, both young and old,
Women are traditionally not educated and kept illiterate, increasing their financial dependency and keeping them unaware of their basic human rights in Nepal. A number of laws also discriminate against women’s citizenship, inheritance rights and divorce rights.
Many children in Nepal are deprived of attention, homework help, and good nutrition, as their families are poor and do not have the time nor money to support them. When their school day ends, these children return to their homes and spend the rest of the day taking care of their fellow siblings or roaming the streets.
Volunteer Society Nepal is looking for volunteer to take photographs and films which can be used in promotional activities for the charity portfolio, fundraising and marketing. Volunteers will be involved in capturing images and film of the local people, area and lifestyle and the activities.
Volunteer Society Nepal is looking for Content Writing and Social Media Volunteer / Intern to develop and promote volunteering and internship activities in order to attract interested participants from all over the world to have an amazing time and an excellent opportunity for personal and.
Volunteer Society Nepal offers the opportunity for qualified teachers and education experts to come in Nepal and train the school staff in more advanced methods. This can be done through general teaching skills coaching for all school staff, or if you have subject specific expertise.
The main emphasis of the Physical Education Project is to get as many children and teenagers involved as possible. Offering sporting activities in this way helps youth become fitter and healthier, as well as gain a sense of belonging to a team with a common
With each volunteer opportunity, individual experiences differ based on expectations, desires, personal background, etc… Working at the Deaf School not only allows you to make an important contribution to the education of the students, but also provides opportunities to gain knowledge about the deaf community
Volunteer Society Nepal offers a family volunteering program. This program is a great way for families to get closer. This is the best way to combine all the efforts on a community development project and explore a new country, a new culture, and a new.
Nepal is highly appropriate and recommended destination for teenagers, high school students, university students, seniors over 50s, corporate groups, friends from clubs and institutions also who eager to volunteer and travel in group. We provide group opportunities up to 20 participants at once in different.
The Volunteer Society Nepal Volunteer Program aims to assist the sustainable development of under-developed Nepali communities, through projects aimed at children, youth and women. Programs are co-ordinated through rural government schools and community-based programs, with community-based programs often initiated with the help of VSN, volunteers and local community members. The Volunteer Program achieves its aim by initiating and/or assisting with sustainable community-based project development, concentrating on raising local awareness of fundamental social issues, including education, health and sanitation and conservation. The process of community development is slow in Nepal, despite the efforts of the government and rural NGOs. This fact makes the need for motivated volunteers even greater. Few villages in Nepal have basic sanitation facilities, resulting in widespread basic health problems, such as malnutrition and the spread of water-borne diseases. Thus, volunteers play a key role in increasing the ability of communities to address these issues. Volunteers participate in creating sustainable community groups, such as youth groups, student groups and women’s groups, and will work very closely with partner NGOs, who are already working in the field on specific issues, utilizing their expertise and experience. Volunteering abroad is also an excellent opportunity for personal and professional growth and development, and can provide a sense of individual freedom. Volunteering in Nepal, especially in rural Nepal, can be a once in a lifetime opportunity. Volunteering in Nepal is fun, personally challenging and adventurous, but throughout your placement you will enjoy the support of our highly experienced staff at VSN, who are dedicated to ensuring the well-being of all volunteers.
You can help us developing Nepal through different ways. Every person differs from each other. Using our project pages you can determine where you can add the most value based on your skills and preferences. It’s even possible to work at several different projects during your stay in Nepal. Below you can find an overview of all our projects.
Come and join us to experience the real life in Nepal while making a meaningful contribution to disadvantaged local communities. Volunteering with us in Nepal can be considered a mutual developing experience. Disadvantaged Nepalese…