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Interested in being an NGO Support volunteer in Nepal? Holyland Adventure Tours and Travels NGO Support project gives an opportunity to those who are willing to lend their hand as a volunteer to assist under-resourced initiatives to work towards both for long-term development goals of Nepal and to support the immediate community.
In Nepal, NGOs play a vital role in the development of the country .as Nepal is a developing nation their many challenges it faces from natural disasters to socio, economic and political crises. where Nepal lack proper infrastructure and as being underdeveloped it needs the help of NGOs to ease some of the challenges face by Nepal in regular intervals and in times of need. improving the quality of life for locals. However, many are in need of volunteer assistance, meaning there are plenty of opportunities to assist under-resourced organizations.
Interested to be a Childcare volunteer in Nepal? Holyland adventure tours and travels offer you the opportunity of experiencing volunteering freedom and relinquish the feeling of helping others bring out the inner joy ones. By assisting in the different child care centers, helping young souls to get the proper care and education that they deserve and require in this modern era. By child care volunteering u just don’t educate an individual young mind u educate and make the future of the country grow .for better world for better future we are here to build the bridge in between those who need and those who are willing to provide .join us in the endeavor of accomplishing our inner peace and joy while we share it to other in this process.
You being a part of the NGO as a Support volunteer where you’ll be assisting in small, local NGOs. Expect to work between four to eight hours a day and your tasks will depend on your individual skills and interests, the project has a minimum required duration of 4 weeks to understand the needs of the NG. You need to register no later than four weeks prior to your start date to allow the local team time to arrange your volunteer placement. This project operates in areas including youth and women’s empowerment, education, environment and conservation, public health, management and administration, and journalism. Such as:
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.
Due 30 days before you start, or within 48 hours if you register inside of 30 days. Covers the cost of hosting you.
|4 weeks||$640 Equivalent to $23/day|
|5 weeks||$770 Equivalent to $22/day|
|6 weeks||$900 Equivalent to $22/day|
|8 weeks||$1,140 Equivalent to $21/day|
|10 weeks||$1,380 Equivalent to $20/day|
|12 weeks||$1,620 Equivalent to $20/day|
What to expect and how you’ll make an impact
In Nepal, NGOs play an important role in the development of the country and in improving the quality of life for locals. However, many are in need of volunteer assistance, meaning there are plenty of opportunities to assist under-resourced organizations.
As an NGO Support volunteer, you’ll assist small, local NGOs which operate in areas including youth and women’s empowerment, education, environment and conservation, public health, management and administration, and journalism. Your tasks can include:
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.
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.
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)
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.
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 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.
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.
Nepalese meals will be provided depending on the individual’s 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.
Hard-working, independent volunteers who have relevant skills and experience in youth and women’s empowerment, education, environment and conservation, public health, management, administration, and journalism. It’s also open to those who have an interest in international relations, social work, development studies, social issues, or those who want to learn about project management. Basic knowledge of how non-profit organizations operate is preferred and this understanding will help you maximize your time and the impact you can make in Nepal.
Duration: 1 week or More
Trip Grade : Moderate
Best Season:Jan - May and Sept - Dec
Daily walking: 2-3 Hours
Transportation: Local Bus
Group Size:Minimum 2 Person