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Medical Campaign in Nepal

Trip Highlights

Nepal is a Land-locked in the middle of South Asia, known for its alpine scenery and breathtaking mountainscapes. There are more than 100 different ethnic groups having their own culture and tradition, language lifestyles. There have been many challenges to make Nepal a democratically nation such as civil war, natural disasters, political corruption and leading to  lack of resources and infrastructure to support its population

Volunteers can have a meaningful impact on Nepalese communities by providing medical assistance to illiterate groups mostly in rural areas of Nepal where they still practice unhealthy who don’t have the knowledge about the importance of proper sanitary practices. many people in the rural areas of Nepal still think some of their practices are practical while they don’t even know the importance of the mensuration of girls and what it signs.  Although there have been many of these campaigns around the country yet there are places that have not been able to get proper medical facilities such as a doctor, clinics, hospitals, and they still to quack doctors l.

Some of the locations are on the outskirts of the capital city Kathmandu, Chitwan which is 150 kilometers away from Kathmandu, in the middle of Terrai, Chitlang is a rural location, a two-hour drive from Kathmandu and Pokhara.

Interested in getting a group together to volunteer on a Medical Campaign in Nepal? Holyland Adventure Tours And Travels Medical Campaign gives the opportunity of providing healthcare services to those who are in need in a variety of communities in Nepal. Volunteers lend their hands requires to be in medical or nursing training at any level, or fully qualified.  The volunteers will be visiting different willing to will visit up to four different locations where they will provide basic medical care and treatment to local people who may otherwise find it difficult to access.

Highlights:

  • Programs start every first and third Monday of the month
  • Includes accommodation, breakfast, and dinner, airport pick up, orientation, and 24/7 support
  • Take health services to disadvantaged people in their own neighborhoods
  • Visit areas of Nepal you might never otherwise see
  • Customizable for your experience or medical specialty

Volunteer requirements

  • volunteers need to be in medical or nursing training at any level or fully qualified. CNAs, EMTs, and paramedics.
  • Age 18 years or over to participate in this program.
  • fluent English, volunteer travel insurance, and provide a criminal background.

Outline itinerary

After you have registered for the program, please book your flights to arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM) in Kathmandu. Your airport pick-up is included in your Program Fee. The program orientation after u reach the capital city of Kathmandu around the first and third Monday of each month .where our representative will be welcoming u and then transfer you to a volunteer accommodation in Kathmandu

Orientation is hosted by our Nepal team in Kathmandu which will be held for two days giving you the opportunity of visiting local temples, sample authentic Nepali food, meet. The Orientation will cover everything you will be needing in the course of volunteering in Nepal such as – an introduction to Nepal, Nepalese customs, language training details, rules and expectations, safety, travel opportunities in Nepal, and an introduction to your project and placement.

Detail Itinerary

On your first day of volunteering, you will be escorted to your placement by a local coordinator and introduced to the placement staff you will be working with.

Weekdays: While a volunteer daily schedule will vary depending on the specific placement, a typical day is as follows:

7:30 AM: Breakfast at the homestay.

8:00 AM: Volunteers leave home and travel to their placements. There is usually a tea break and a lunch break.

2:00 – 5:00 PM: Work at the placement usually ends. Volunteers are free to travel back to the volunteer house, go sightseeing, or do some shopping.

7:00 – 9:00 PM: Dinner at the homestay.

Weekends:

During the weekends, volunteers have spare time and usually relax or take the opportunity to explore other parts of their local town and Nepal. Known for being home to the world’s tallest mountain, Mt Everest, Nepal is an adventurer’s paradise. It has a vast selection of exceptional hikes in the Himalayas with arresting views in every direction, white-water rafting, canyon swings, paragliding, and scenic flights. It also has a rich multicultural heritage and a huge collection of temples, pagodas, shrines, carvings, and ancient architecture, not to mention an astonishing array of wildlife and an interesting cuisine influenced by its many ethnic groups and cultures.

  • Walking HourNA
  • MealsBreakfast and Dinner
  • Altitude1700 m
  • AccommodationHomestay / Hotels / Teahouse

Included/Excluded

Services Included

  •  24 hrs Assistance and support from staff
  •  Pick up from the airport
  •  Orientation
  •  Food (2 times a day)
  •  Accommodation
  • Breakfast and Dinner in a Local Home
  • Homestay or Lodge Accommodation
  • Daily volunteer arrangments
  • Information beforhand
  • Attachment with the local community
  • Certificate Of Completion (Upon Request)

Program Cost

  • 1 week$245 Equivalent to $35/day
  • 2 weeks$378 Equivalent to $27/day
  • 3 weeks$546 Equivalent to $26/day
  • 4 weeks$700 Equivalent to $25/day
  • 5 weeks$875 Equivalent to $25/day
  • 6 weeks$1,008 Equivalent to $24/day
  • 7weeks$1,176 Equivalent to $24/day
  • 8 weeks$1,344 Equivalent to $24/day
  • 09 weeks$1,512 Equivalent to $24/day

Please Note: -An application fee of $199 is charged over and above the program fee as an application payment. (A 4% international banking fee is charged at the time of payment)

Services Excluded

  • personal expenses
  • Airfare
  • Return Trip to Airport (Can be arranged at extra cost)
  • Local Transportation
  • Visa Fees
  • Vaccinations
  • Breakfast and Dinner in a Local Home
  • Homestay or Lodge Accommodation
  • Daily volunteer arrangments
  • Information beforhand
  • Attachment with the local community

 

Trip Notes

Living

As you lend your helping hand  to serve the common humanity,we  will make sure your stay is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Accommodation is provided on a shared basis in Kathmandu. In case of  no availability of space  at the volunteer home, the volunteers are to be provided accommodation at a guest house or with a local host family. All accommodations will have basic needs such as water, electricity and hot showers for winters and Wi-Fi is also available.

 

 

Airport Transfer

Volunteers will be picked up and dropped off after their volunteering work  Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu by a member of the local coordinating staff. Those volunteers who will be already in Nepal will be met by the staff at a designated meeting point decided beforehand.

Accommodation

Accommodation is provided on a shared basis in Kathmandu. In case of  no availability of space  at the volunteer home, the volunteers are to be provided accommodation at a guest house or with a local host family. All accommodations will have basic needs such as water, electricity and hot showers for winters and Wi-Fi is also available.

Orientation

An orientation and briefing will be provided by your local program coordinator. We cover areas like, culture, greetings, locations, transportation etc. Start your volunteering experience by taking the 1 week Language Culture Orientation week in Kathmandu.

Meals

Nepalese meals will be provided depending on individuals work schedule. If you have any special dietary requirements, you can let us know in advance .

During your Free Time

On the weekends volunteers usually head out to Chitwan National Park to do a Safari trip or to the beautiful town of Pokhara. On the weekdays, evenings are free and volunteers usually hang out at Thamel which is a famous backpacking touristy area with numerous cafes and restaurants or explore some of the most famous attractions of Kathmandu.

Faq

When your group volunteers on a Medical Campaign in Nepal you’ll be adding value to the local community, while also developing personally and professionally by:

  • Bringing healthcare to peoples communities
  • Volunteering with friends, colleagues or classmates
  • Developing your cross-cultural communication skills
  • Gaining medical experience
  • Exploring Nepali culture
  • volunteers need to be in medical or nursing training at any level or fully qualified. CNAs, EMTs, and paramedics.
  • Age 18 years or over to participate in this program.
  • fluent English, volunteer travel insurance, and provide a criminal background.

 

  • volunteers need to be in medical or nursing training at any level or fully qualified. CNAs, EMTs, and paramedics.
  • Age 18 years or over to participate in this program.
  • fluent English, volunteer travel insurance, and provide a criminal background.

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Trip Facts

  • Destination: Nepal

  • Duration: 1 week to 5 Month

  • Trip Grade : Easy

  • Activities:Volunteering

  • Best Season:Jan - May and Sept - Dec

  • Max altitude:2700m

  • Daily walking: 4-8 Hours a Day

  • Transportation: Local Tranport

  • Accommodation:Home stay or Lodge

  • Trip Type:Volunteering

  • Group Size:1-20