Together For Nepal
We are a non-profit organization working on promoting leadership development & sustainable development practices in the grass root areas of Nepal.
What We Need
In various sectors, especially teaching, agriculture, improving health posts in remote villages. We look for volunteers who are willing to spare minimum 7 days.
When & Who
What we Provide
A lodge/homestay for volunteers
Nepali dishes vegetarian and non vegetarian.
The one time fee is a donation for "Together for Nepal" to cover the coordination of the voluntar work to be added to the daily fee. Volunteers can pay upon arrival, if they wish, the sum of 90$ for one week of volunteer work.
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More Services we Offer
Airport pick up is 10$ and could be worked out for the volunteer, local trasportation and tours to project area are extras.
Other Ways to Help
School books, children educational toys and material, medicines, water filters.
Additional Info about Us
Organize the community life together including clean up after meals, clean up of bathrooms and the different duties of each volunteer.
In Nepal they issue a 2 weeks, one month or 3 months visa upon arrival in the country, the visa is renewable up to a total of 150 days.
During the monsoon volunteerism will be done in the Kathmandu area mainly.
On the spring of 2015, two big earthquakes of 7.8 & 7.2 rector scale hit Nepal causing death of over 9,000 people and making over three million people homeless. This tragedy caused an economic loss of over $10 billion which was very devastating for already struggling country.
In the aftermath of the quake many teams from Nepal and all over the world started to distribute immediate relief items, i.e. tarps, tents, food, & sanitation items. A strong spirit of solidarity among individuals & organizations was born right away which was a reminder of the story of the mythological bird, the phoenix, rising again from the ashes of defeat. From this synergy and cooperation among concerned individuals was born TOGETHER FOR NEPAL registered with the Nepal Government and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council.