English Language Teacher:
We are looking for Volunteers who teach English to children in government schools and organizations. As we all know ‘children are future of the nation’. Future Nepal has supported some schools and children research Center. The children range from 8 to 16 years old. Each class typically include 30-40 student. The teaching curriculum for each major subject is based on the students’ standard book. But volunteers are also encouraged to create their own lesson plans. Depending on the subject, volunteers should bring along teaching materials such as picture books, instruments, flash cards, art supplies, and songs. Our Resource Center created to provide a library & reading materials and English language programs to members of the local groups. At the center, multiple three-month English classes are offered to local youth and adults.
The language classes range from beginner to advanced, Foreign English teachers to improve their conversational English.
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 this is a cultural exchange and that an effort to offer some knowledge of their own home culture and customs to the family with whom they stay is expected. Participants in the program will not go through training in
Nepal with the other volunteers. During their home-stay, volunteers will attend 2 hours of language lessons in the morning and in the afternoon. They will also have the opportunity to visit different interested areas.
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, Sunday through Friday. Environmental awareness projects will be based-upon their areas of expertise and the needs of the village community. Example projects include: creating “green” clubs, planting a flower garden, planting trees, garbage management, recycling programs, Jute and paper bag training and more awareness program, etc. Volunteers may also provide own their ideas, skills and knowledge about environmental issues.
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 in Nepal is about 1 to 36,000. Particularly in rural areas, where much of the local people live, there is a desperate, chronic shortage of medical personnel and supplies. Medical school students’ activities will include things like following doctors on their rounds, exploring different treatments for simple ailments, providing physical therapy, and participating in vaccination programs. Of all of our programs, we are perhaps most proud of the Medical Volunteer Program and the invaluable contributions of independent-minded professionals like you. You will help to relieve the suffering of others, playing a critical role in the villages and towns where you’ll serve. Please feel free to contact us for more.
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 screen and organize patients. They can also assist local staff with getting medicines/supplies, and generally helping out in whatever capacity you might be needed.
This program offers you a wonderful chance to support the work of local doctors and nurses in a country where health care is a major issue, and the number of trained staff in rural areas is low. As such your presence could make a huge difference to a community.
Working toward women’s empowerment enables you to support women in their pursuit for healthy and sustainable livelihoods. Women’s groups provide a forum for issues such as family health, women’s rights, and access to resources, income generation, and other challenges women face in their daily lives. Volunteers have the opportunity to exchange ideas, collaborate in ongoing projects, teach basic English skills, help with small businesses, and be a positive role model. You can also provide support in many other ways, depending on your skills and interests and the needs of the local community.So, Future Nepal invites all interested national and international volunteers to be a part of our women development program. Your small effort can make a big difference to the women in the most marginalized communities.
Teaching at monastery:
This is a great opportunity for volunteers who want to Teach English in Monasteries. There are several Tibetan refugees Camps and Monasteries that house hundreds of Tibetan kids taking Buddhist monk educational training in Kathmandu to preserve the amazing cultural richness of Tibet and Buddhism practice. Knowledge of English can be an enormous help to these kids to explore more scriptures written in English and circulate Buddhist teachings practice to the whole world.
As a volunteer you will be placed in a monastery where you will Teach English to monks. Depending on monastery size you will expect the number of student’s monks from 15 with moderate or beginners level English. The monks study Buddhist as a major subject. English, Nepalese and others are optional in order to improve their additional language skill. Volunteers will teach English to the monks, both young and old.
Volunteers can also have a chance to participate in some monasteries run programs like meditation, praying and other cultural celebrations.
You do not need any formal teacher training or experience to participate, but whatever experience you do have will be taken into account when arranging your day-to-day activities.
Work with Orphans:
For orphaned children one of the most beneficial things for them is to be able to have access to Education. As it will provide more opportunities for them in the future once they have to make their own way in the world. Resources are often scarce so if they have access to a teacher it will be a great advantage to them.
Depending on your own expertise and interests, though, you can also teach drawing, songs, music, dance, cooking, or any number of activities, and generally just spend quality time with the children.
Some orphanages can provide accommodation for volunteers; alternatively you can stay with a local host family and work at the orphanage during the day/evening. Your duties will include many things, basically taking care of the needs of the children, teaching them, helping with cooking, getting them ready for school. Consequently it is can be challenging but also one of the most rewarding experiences you can have, as you are improving the lives of the children.
Your day will consist of teaching for a few hours in the morning and in the evening, and in the afternoon looking after the general wellbeing of the children. Alternatively in the afternoon you can go to the local school and teach there instead of staying at the orphanage.
Most orphanages also welcome assistance from Volunteers for the organizations themselves. This involves working with staff to develop marketing, fundraising, and program strategies for the orphanage.
Working at the orphanage home includes: Helping children for their school work, encouraging the children, teaching them English language and other discipline.
Organic Farming and Permaculture:
As a volunteer with Organic Farming and Permaculture Program, you will gain hands-on experience helping the farmers, students and local communities to cultivate and harvest organic crops, vegetables, fruits, herbs through sustainable farming methods. If you are new to organic farming and permaculture, then you can learn from the host and local farmers. We have several vibrant farms where a variety of vegetables, crops, fruits and herbs now thrive within the Kathmandu Valley, Chitwan and Pokhara.
Tourism Activity :
Nepal is a small country, but rich in cultural diversity: Nepal has over 60 different ethnic groups and 70 different languages. So Nepal has more festival. We are specially organized tourism festival. To celebrating different festival in different occasion we are invited more actors from different parts of country. We are exchanging cultural program one to another group. Every countries cultural group can contact with our organization and participant any program. Sometime we participants other groups programs also. On this program we are promoting this target village and product. We have a more program to advertise for foreign guest like Mountaineering, Trekking, Jungle safari, Rafting, Mountain bike etc.
International Tourist Volunteer Village, Nepal :
It is the type of Project or village organization of Future Nepal Social Organization We are opening a new project to volunteer. This project is for only International volunteers. On this Project volunteers build a new volunteer village destination. In this village Volunteers create ideas and apply them. We want to introduce this village around the world built by volunteers. For this village volunteers build cottage, houses, Children park, Garden, Research center, Education Center, Income Training Center, Health care Center, Tower, Beach in river, Sport ground etc.
Sports Project :
Wherever you travel in the world everyone enjoys sports. Why? Well, not only do sports create happy and healthy children but they also bring people together and help to build strong communities. Sports provide a platform for young talent from disadvantaged backgrounds and create a path full of possibilities for their development.Sports’ coaching has a real positive impact on children. There is the physical and mental benefit that regular exercise provides. There is the fun and the promise. There are also the life skills like communication, team work, confidence, inclusion, and discipline to be gained by players and volunteer coaches alike.Whatever placement you decide is right for you, beach ball, beach cricket in Chitwan and volleyball in school we can help you make the best of your time. You could be learning more about your sport in the morning and organizing a game in the afternoon, if you wish. Through well established relationships with local teams and clubs and carefully
structured sports programs we are able to assist volunteers regardless of coaching experience.We can find the right sports project for you – just let us know what interests you !
One Stone Project (Stone Revolution) :
We are opening a new project for volunteers. This project is for all International volunteers including Nepali volunteers. For this Project volunteers works with village people In this village Volunteers create ideas and apply them. We want to introduce villages around the world built by volunteers. For this stone project volunteers help build green park , Green road, playgrounds, Gardens, Research centers, Education Center, Income Training Center, Health care Center, Tower, Beach in the river, Sports fields etc. In this project any support group, volunteers think and minimum collect one kg. stone or Rs. 1 perday each persone on this project to build and success the project. This type of program can be done any part of the nation. First we make stone committee then program. Program may be one week to extend one year. If we go 1 month to 1 year program called stone revolution. If you go 1 day to 1 month called stone festival. This concept developed and designed first time in Nepal by Bishnu Prasad Poudel. This concept first applied in Meghauli-8, Chitwan. Which is perfectly success. We want to apply this
type of program most part of Nepal in future.
Stone Festival at Meghauli Village :
Future Nepal wants to make the people aware of the importance for stones. So they developed the concept of the stone Project . Future Nepal has started to apply this ‘stone project’ in our village. It has selected committee members and have decided to hold the ‘ stone festival’ at the Meghauli Village in Chitwan on March. 5th, 6th 7th for 3 days which is the very first festival and distinguish of it’s kind in Nepal. The village community has embraced the project with open arms. If we join our hands we can achieve anything. As we all know ‘an ocean starts with a drop of water’ – so also can a community start with one stone . Every foundation starts with a stone — so that is very important. Stones can be found everywhere in the village area so why not use these stones to start developing our village.
What is the Stone Project :
The aim of this project is to develop our village ourselves. We have asked each person to donate Rupees 1.- per day or one kilo of stones per day that would mean per person 365 Rupees or 365 kilos of stones per year or donate 3 days volunteer work. Those wishing to donate more are welcome to do so. We use the stones and money to develop the most important areas in the village — like parks, children’s library, retirement home, orphanage home, irrigation, school, roads and bridges and much more. Why don’t you come and join us and help us in our new ‘ stone project’. We hope that our, help ourselves ‘stone project’ will one day become Nepal wide Community.
Future Nepal has just established a new children library in rented house at Meghauli Village in Chitwan district. The purpose of this library is to provide a beneficial learning resource for community children from all the caste. So we need wide variety of books and educational materials.
We welcome to volunteer to help this library by assisting library, teaching to children, supporting children books and materials, donations etc.