Volunteer in Nepal- Govt. Regd: 241, Social Welfare Council: 30840, Nepal Government Tax No.: 601339408 Email: contact@futurenepal.org

English Teaching Volunteer in Nepal

Nepal is a touristic country which has English second language and the young children in Nepal are trying to learn English language because it is international language in this global world for world trade, commerce and communication. We have, in Nepal, two kinds of education private and government school. The governmental schools are handled with […]

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Home stay / Cultural Exchange

Home stays and cultural exchange programs can be arranged in most touristy and remote areas of Nepal. Participants will be placed with a Nepali family in a small rural village. This provides the volunteers with an excellent opportunity to learn about all aspects of Nepali culture, lifestyle, language, food and people. Volunteers should remember that […]

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Environmental Awareness

After completing different training of first week, volunteers will be placed with a Nepali family in one of the the program village. The host family will live normally one or half hour from the school/Environmental Post. Volunteers will teach environmental awareness at the local school club or door to door of Nepali village each day, […]

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Community Health Post Volunteer

This Program places volunteers in health posts, sub health posts and health clinics. You work in either an urban or rural setting, providing primary care to locals in your specialty. Moreover, if you have doubts about whether your skills and talents are really needed in this part of the world, consider this: The doctor-patient ratio […]

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Health and Sanitation

This program is especially for Doctors, nurses, nursing students and medical students. Volunteers will work at hospitals and community health clinics in Kathmandu, Chitwan or Pokhara. Volunteer will be helping doctor or health assistance at the clinic performing tasks like dressing wounds, administering shots, drawing blood, holding babies while they are being treated, helping to […]

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