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Nepal-Volunteering To Learn

Project Name:Volunteering to Learn, Nepal
Date Posted:01/06/2010
Country:Nepal
Address:Chaksibari Street, House no. 608
Commitment:1 week to 6 months program
Type Of Work:Our mission is to provide volunteering opportunities in Nepal that make it possible for both hosts and visitors to learn. Volunteers gain a sense of satisfaction from contributing to Nepalese communities, but they also learn language and gain insights into culture, ecology, history and geography. Host families and communities benefit from enthusiastic helpers, teachers, and organizers, but they also learn about diverse cultures and perspectives that help them see beyond stereotypes.
Our Volunteer Programs
1. Enghish Teaching
2. Agriculture and Organic farming
3. Homestay and Cultural Exchange
4. Women Empowerment
5. Assist Orphane
6. Environmental Awareness
Volunteers are welcome to design their own program in various area. You are most welcome to work in any field and we will
Required Skills:We do not ask for any formal qualifications from our volunteers. All we ask is that you have a genuine desire to help people and willing to experience new culture and lifestyle.
Costs:Please visit our website
Contact Person:Durga Devi Ghimire
Email:    (Note: email address is tripple protected from spammers.)
Website: http://www.volunteeringtonepal.org
Phone:++977 9849056230
Additional Info:Volunteering to Learn is a non-profit, non-governmental organization providing rich volunteer and learning experiences in Nepal. So far, weve served the interests of more than one hundred volunteers from various countries. Our organization builds on the belief that mutual understanding is at the heart of improved relations across communities, cultures, nations, and religions. Through our own experiences both in community organizing in Nepal and with visitors from around the world, weve learned that personal encounters and conversations among people working together create some of the best opportunities for mutual understanding

Phil — 16 March 2012, 22:16

I have been coming to the muesum every summer since I was born. It's been a family affair year after year- with my great uncle, cousins, father, brother, and now the next generation of all of our fam