In Nepal, little effort is made to nurture and develop early childhood from the government and other sector. Childhood is the foundation of children for their development. Realizing the fact, the government has put some efforts. The government has encouraged setting up early childhood
Each year, hundreds of children leave their destitute villages to find work in Nepal's crowded cities. Most of these children, deprived of education, end up working as child laborers in restaurants, factories, and hotels. These disadvantaged children need attention, love, care, and the
Children are regarded as the pillars of any nation. We think that they are not only the future but also the present. Therefore we primarily focus our programs to explore the hidden potential in all children. We mobilize volunteers to support the children and form Children Clubs in
The majority (more than 90%) of public schools do not have access to computers. Few public schools have introduced Information Technology (IT) centres with limited access to computers. This access is only in the cities; not in villages due to lack of electricity. The schools that have
Most of the schools in Nepal do not have basic infrastructures like toilets, drinking water, classrooms, playgrounds, libraries, laboratory and teaching resources. Consequently, students are facing many problems and often find difficulties to continue their studies. Many children leave school
Our partner VIN is an organization based in Nepal. We do not have any funding agency. Therefore VIN is looking for a grant writer and fundraiser who can write project proposals based on the real situations existing in the community. You can also help VIN develop future projects for the other
Community Health Program Goal : To sustainably and significantly improve the basic health conditions for the Jitpur community by improving: access to health services; hygiene facilities;awareness of health & hygiene issues
Homestays and cultural exchange programs can be arranged in most areas of Nepal with our 35 host families. Participants will be placed with a Nepali family in a small rural village for the duration of their stay.
This provides the volunteers with an excellent opportunity to learn
One of the crucial issues for quality education has been Teacher Development. Most of the Public Schools have untrained and unqualified teachers (more than 60%). This is mostly at the primary level of formal education which is commonly regarded as the foundation of
Our partner office is based in Balaju, Kathmandu, where the Volunteer Office Administrator would be located and work alongside the other 5 full-time office-based VIN staff.
From here all our programs are run (including Women’s Development; Children’s Development; Youth
We and VIN are dedicated to promote the most affordable and exciting travel and volunteering programs in Nepal for the betterment of local communities in need and to enrich the lives of travelers around the globe. Its unique and innovative ways of working make it a highly competitive and
More than 130,000 Tibetans live in exile in India, Nepal, and Bhutan, and nearly 20 percent of those exiled live in Nepal. Although they are now free to practice their religion and rebuild their cultural heritage, they still face many problems in Tibet's neighboring countries, especially
International volunteers mainly volunteer in formal education - teaching English to Nepali children, creative work or other subjects (i.e. mathematics, environmental science, pure science, international history, and computer science, art, music, sports, P.E. and other vocational subjects) for
We and VIN have between 10 to 20 local and international volunteers at any given time working throughout our community programs in Jitpur, and other rural communities just outside of Kathmandu.
We require a coordinator to interview, recruit, reference, train, organize, and place these
Our mission is to empower marginalized communities, with a focus on women and children, through enhanced educational programs and community training to promote equality, economic wellbeing and basic human rights.
Working towards women's empowerment enables you to support women in
Volunteer in Nepal, the largest English-speaking valley in Nepal and experience the culture of this diversified country firsthand in a meaningful way. In partnership with different deaf and blind schools, VIN is seeking experienced deaf educators who are fluent in sign language as well as