Volunteer Opportunities in Nepal

 

 

Volunteer Opportunities

"At the end of our lives, we will not be judged by how many diplomas we have received, how much money we have made or how many great things we have done. We will be judged by 'I was hungry and you gave me to eat. I was naked and you clothed me. I was homeless and you took me in'."
--Mother Teresa

 

Kathmandu

Pokhara

 

 

If you want to spend your holiday in Nepal more meaningfully, participating in volunteer work will give you rewarding experiences.

Over the past few years I have personally been involved in several organisations who welcome the services of volunteers with experience in many different fields. I list below information on these establishments. Contact them or drop me an email if you need more information or advice.

 

 
Kathmandu  

Disabled Newlife Centre (DNC)

Provides free education, health care, corrective surgery and prosthesis to enable disabled children of Nepal to complete their education and go into the greater world, equipped to continue a full and satisfactory lifestyle. (...Details)

Children's Future Organization

A registered Nepalese non-profit organization with the mission to support disadvantaged Nepalese children. (...Details)

Shanti Sewa Griha

This organisation cares for Lepers and Polio sufferers. (...Details)

Mother Teresa's Clinic

This establishment caters for sick children from remote villages in Nepal. (...Details)

Working with Street Children

Dr. Shuddh Rauniyar has set up an organisation to assist street children gain an education. The idea is that every child who attends school in the morning gets a morning meal and those attending in the afternoon receive an evening meal. (...Details)


 
    Pokhara  
   

Namaste Children's House

Currently over 50 children have been given a home and family at this orphanage, which is located in the lakeside town of Pokhara (...Details)

Children Welfare Association

It caters for poor and orphaned children. The home was established in March 2001. They look after approximately thirty children in a loving and caring environment. (...Details)

 

 
       
       

 

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