Nepal

Volunteer in Nepal

Not only a place on the map but an experience, a way of life from which we all can learn. Home to incredible scenery, adventure, diversity and culture, volunteers in Nepal are sure to have an experience of a life time. As one of the most under-developed nations in the world, Nepal has so many opportunities to make a real difference for the local people. Find out what makes Nepal so special....

WHY
we need you in Nepal

  • Around 25% of the population in Nepal are living below the poverty line.
  • Malnutrition is particually evident in children under 5, with 36% enduring stunting.
  • Children from poor families have low attendence at school, with 1 in 4 of the poorest not going to school at all.
  • Nepal can experience natural disasters, such as earthquakes. This can severly impact the local structures and roads.
  • Much of Nepal’s population lacks access to basic medical care.


APPLY NOW

Ready to volunteer abroad? Complete your application online in 5 min 


NEED MORE INFO?

Not sure which program is right for you? Contact us for more info


SCHEDULE A CALL

Let’s talk about it! Schedule a preferred time and date to chat via phone or video   

Why Involvement Volunteers International?

  • Social Experience
  • 8 Projects to Choose From in Nepal
  • Charity Non Profit
  • Excellent Safety Record & Support
  • Off the Beaten Path Projects with Meaning

IVI Volunteer teaching Nepalese Children

Volunteer in Nepal

Nepal is a country full of adventure & culture. Well known for the stunning peaks of the Himalaya’s & Everest Base Camp, Nepal is for the adventurous who want to help give back. We have amazing project options across Kathmandu (the capital city) and Pokhara (the incredible mountain town approx 8 hours from Kathmandu).     

mardi himal trek
Georgina getting a hair cut
IVI volunteer at Nepal womens project
IVI Volunteer teaching Nepalese Children
kindergarten nepal (4)
woman in the classroom with volunteers nepal
paradgliding picture from in the sky
group pic by temple in Nepal
group of monks with mountain backdrop
nepal culture orientation volunteering
snow-capped-mountains-in-Nepal-min-1
IVI-volunteer-with-young-child-in-Nepal-min-1

Volunteer Projects in Nepal

teaching placements in nepal for skilled and unskilled teachers

ENGLISH TEACHING, KATHMANDU

Teach children from different age groups and with different learning capabilities, through educational and fun activites. Encourage the children to develop their English conversational skills, reading and writing.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: One Week
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

IVI Volunteer teaching Nepalese Children

KINDERGARTEN TEACHING, KATHMANDU

Bring your creativity, energy and enthusiasm and help to teach, play and interact with underprivilaged kindergarten children, aged 3-6 years. Teach through fun interactive games, play and creative activites.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: 1 Week
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

In the whites at the Nepal hospital

MEDICAL INTERNSHIP

For qualified professionals or medical students, shadow local doctors and nurses at a goverment hospital government, private, or community hospitals in Kathmandu and in around Kathmandu Valley.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu & surrounding areas
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: 4 Weeks
Min Age: 18 Years
Special Requirements: Medical students (or related field) or healthcare professionals


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

womans empowerment education

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Help empower young and elderly woman with education so they can help bring themselves and their families out of poverty. Work alongside a local teacher.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: 2 Weeks
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: n/a


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

Nepal Stray Dog Rehabilitation

STRAY DOG REHABILITATION

Help rescue injured and mistreated stray dogs for rehabilitation and safe housing in pet shelters so they can be put up for adoption of released. Give them the love, attention & care they need.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: One Week
Min Age: 18 Years
Special Requirements: Rabies vaccination required


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

_20140120_132323

PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERNSHIP

Gain first hand experience as an intern in rehabilitation hospitals in Kathmandu. Aimed at medical students or those with relevant educational background or related fields.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: 4 Weeks
Min Age: 18 Years
Special Requirements: Medical student (or related field) or professional


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

teaching Buddhist monks-2

BUDDHIST MONASTERY TEACHING

Teach English and have one on one conversation classes with the monks. You will also get a chance to learn about Buddhism while doing this.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu, Pharping, Namobuddha, and Serlo (Everest region)
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: 4 Weeks
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

earthquake16

CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION

Here you’ll focus on the rebuilding of schools, orphanages and health centers in Kathmandu and remote villages deep in the mountains of Nepal.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu & surrounding areas
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: One Week
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

sitting on top of a hill overlooking countryside

CULTURAL ORIENTATION WEEK

Gain an insight into the culture and norms before the start of your project. Enjoy a a welcome ceremony, language training, cooking class, hiking, yoga & more.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: One Week
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

adventure travelling in kathmandu

ADVENTURE WEEK

Take a break from volunteering and enjoy a week of hiking, rafting and jungle activities in Nepal! A great way to refresh and try some new and exciting activities, including nature viewing, canoeing, white water rafting, jungle jeep tour and mountain hiking.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu & Chitwan
Start Dates: 1st & 3rd Monday each month
Min Duration: One Week
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

mountain snow views

MT EVEREST BASE CAMP & VOLUNTEER

Walk over expansive suspension bridges, raging rivers and some of the best scenery in the world. You’ll be taken through the heartland of the Sherpa people and be provided a cultural experience, learning from the original inhabitants of the Everest Highlands.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu (starting point)
Start Dates: First Monday of each month (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: 4 Weeks
Min Age: 18 Years
Special Requirements: Good level of fitness


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

beautiful-nepal_Dec_19-2-min-1

28 DAY ROAD TRIP

You will work alongside local communities in teaching placements, orphanages and community development within various regions of Nepal including Buddhist temples, Royal Chitwan National Park, river rafting, village hiking, light mountain climbing and much more!

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu, Chitwan, Pokhara & Annapurna
Start Dates: Weekly All Year Round (Sat/Sun Arrivals)
Min Duration: 4 Weeks
Min Age: 18 Years
Special Requirements: Medical students (or related field) or healthcare professionals


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

fishtail mountain

ANNAPURNA TREK & VOLUNTEER

Hike to Annapurna base camp! Spend the first week on an introduction in Kathmandu, before heading to Pokhara to start the Annapurna trek. After your trek you will spend a week volunteering back in Kathmandu at your chosen project!

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu (starting point)
Start Dates: First Monday of each month (Sat/Sun arrivals)
Min Duration: 4 Weeks
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: Good level of fitness


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

kids-1.jpg-51-scaled-min-1

KINDERGARTEN TEACHING, POKHARA

Teach basic conversational English to children in the stunning region of Pokhara! As the kids are young, they love anything that gets them up and moving, such as physical games, interactive classroom activities or singing!

Project Info

Location: Pokhara
Start Dates: Monday each week (Sat/Sun arrivals)
Min Duration: 2 Weeks
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

girl smiling at desk

ENGLISH TEACHING, POKHARA

Teach at small schools, assisting the local teacher! You will be able to be creative in your ideas, teaching children aged 5-16 years of age. Your presence can not only help the children but also give the local teachers new ideas for lessons!

Project Info

Location: Pokhara
Start Dates: Monday each week (Sat/Sun arrivals)
Min Duration: 2 Weeks
Min Age: 18 Years
Special Requirements: N/A


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

volunteer with supervisor

DENTAL INTERNSHIP

Gain comprehensive experience by working as an intern at a Dental Hospital in the vibrant city of Kathmandu, Nepal. Volunteers on the dental internship will shadow practitioners and observe practices by local dentists.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu 
Start Dates: Monday each week (Sat/Sun arrivals)
Min Duration: 4 Weeks
Min Age: 18 Years
Special Requirements: Medical Professional or student


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

Canoeing

1 WEEK SUMMER SPECIAL

Embark on a week-long journey through the cultural and natural wonders of Nepal. Jungle drive, visit the Elephant Breeding Center, and a cultural tour in Chitwan, Early morning drive to Sarangkot for sunrise, visit Bindabasini Temple, boating on Fewa Lake, and canoe ride and jungle trek.

Project Info

Location: Kathmandu, Pokhara
Start Dates: 3rd June 2024, 1st July 2024, 5th August 2024
Min Duration: 1 Week
Min Age: 16 Years
Special Requirements: n/a


APPLY NOW


MORE INFO

Testimonials…

It was such a great experience! The children are happy all the time, they really want to learn and they also want to play all day. After 2 days they knew me a little bit and they listened very well. We teach them Science, Maths and English.
Elke
ElkeNepal Kindergerten Project
I want to thank all the cute, kind, and lovely monks I met during my stay at the monastery. You are all awesome!! Thank you also to the teachers Labsum, Sonam and Ngawang Janpoo for your hospitality too!!
Anna Berke
Anna BerkeNepal Monastery Teaching Project
I feel grateful to have been part of an organization that is able to provide free education for these children, allowing to enter into public school. It has been an interesting journey to be able to communicate and deliver lessons to these children as they have very basic English skills.
Maria Edelskov
Maria EdelskovNepal Kindergerten Project
The highlight of the trip was working at the KAT center. It was so rewarding and I just loved being able to spend time with the dogs and able to bring them so joy throughout the day.
Monique
Monique Nepal Stray Dog Project
It was my first time in nepal and i really enjoyed being amongst mountains, experiencing a little of the local culture and making new friends from around the world.
Tunli
TunliNepal Construction Project
I would say the highlight was just meeting and working with the women I was teaching English to. Team, food and accommodation was good, I loved the Nepali food
Laura
LauraNepal Women Empowerment Project
The team were great, very helpful and supportive. I am vegetarian and the food catered to me perfectly, a great variety of traditional Nepalese food! Accommodation met my needs comfortably, enjoyed meeting people from all over the world.
Georgina Mullen
Georgina MullenNepal Kindergerten Project
Highlights of the trip: meeting and being able to work with a diverse group of like-minded people from around the globe. The people are what make the experience: being able to both have an amazing travel experience and also be able to give back to the world in some way.
Braedon
BraedonNepal Stray Dog Project
I did treat a couple of stroke patients independently which was the most rewarding, and got the Nepalese physios to give advice and education when required.
Katherine
KatherineNepal Physiotherapy Internsh
The atmosphere was cozy since the very beginning: the children were enthusiastic and excited to meet us and were ready to do many things together with us. The mood was really positive and the principal and all the teachers were happy to support us in our activities which were based mainly on memory and creativity games, which the students here are not used to.
Arrianna
ArriannaNepal Kindergerten Project
Doing the extra activities including the HealthOutReach program was really good as well because I could see there had been a lack of education around basic hygiene, nutrition and first aid so I think it was really beneficial to the schools that we went to to teach them this.
Jessie
JessieNepal Medical Internship
Previous
Next

Nepal

What’s Included
  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Airport Pickup
  • Local Transportation
  • 1 Day Orientation
  • 24/7 In-Country Support
  • Project Materials & Equipment
  • Pre-departure Expert Advice
  • Preperation Tools & Checklists
  • Certificate of Completion

– US$275 application fee applies in addition to program fees
– Application fee is one off per person (unlimited placements)
Click Here to convert the below prices to your local currency
– Discounts may apply if travelling in a pair or group!
– All credit card /international fees included in below pricing! 🙂

Fees

Standard
Projects

– *Cultural Orientation Week Kathmandu
– Primary School Teaching Kathmandu
– *Stray Dog Rehabilitation Kathmandu
– *Community Construction Kathmandu
– Woman’s Empowerment Kathmandu
– Kindergarten Kathmandu
– English Teaching Pokhara
– Kindergarten Teaching Pokhara
All prices in USD

  • 1 Week – $395
  • 2 Weeks – $425
  • 3 Weeks – $590
  • 1 Month – $850
  • 2 Months – $1795
  • 3 Months – $2695

*Cultural Orientation, Stray Dog Rehabilitation & Construction projects cost additional US$50 p/week
Vol House

Apply Now

Internships
& Monestary

– Medical Hospital & Nursing Internship
– Physiotherapy Internship
– Buddhist Monestary Teaching
– Dental Internship


All prices in USD

  • 1 Week – N/A
  • 2 Weeks – N/A
  • 3 Weeks – $780
  • 1 Month – $1255
  • 2 Months – $2450
  • 3 Months – $3590

Min 4 weeks for medical, monastery & dental program.
Vol House

Apply Now

Adventure
& Trekking

– Nepal Adventure Week
– 4 Week Annapurna Base Camp Trek
-4 Week Mount Everest Base Camp Trek

-28 Day Nepal Volunteering Road Trip


All prices in USD

  • Adventure Week

    $590

  • 4 Week Annapurna Base Camp

    $1545

  • 4 Week Everest Base Camp

    $2495

  • 28 Day Road Trip

    $2150

Vol House

Apply Now

Summer
Special

– 1 Week Summer Special

All prices in USD

  • 1 Week – $940

Vol House

Apply Now

About IVI

30 Years Experience

IVI is an Australian charity & non profit organisation founded in 1989 and is one of the pioneers of overseas volunteering successfully placing over 20,000 volunteers globally.  We accept volunteers from all over the world and place them in meaningful overseas missions.  

Affordable Volunteer Travel

We’re not motivated by shareholder profits.   Our fees are fully transparent to ensure maximum benefit where it is most needed. 

Safe & Responsible Projects

All projects include a dedicated 24/7 in-country management team, operational & risk assessment & overseas support contact.   All projects are personally inspected to ensure very high quality. 

Work Experience & University Credits

We place thousands of Uni students and can assist you with course credits and in-field experience points.   Many of our project coordinators are qualified practitioners in their respective fields allowing unique in-field supervision and Uni accreditation options 

See More

Country Information

Nepal is one of the most beautiful and culturally rich countries in the world.  Nepal first opened its borders to outsiders in the 1950s.  It is home to Mount Everest, the birthplace of Buddha, and an astonishingly beautiful landscape, ranging from the well-known peaks of the Himalaya to the low-lying regions of the Terai.

The Nepali people are as diverse at the geography, with over 70 languages or dialects and scores of traditional festivals celebrated throughout the year.

However, Nepal is also one of the most under-developed countries in the world, with low rates of literacy, high rates of poverty and a persistent gender imbalance. The government is frequently unable to provide adequate education and health facilities throughout the country and both urban and rural areas are forced to live without necessary resources to promote growth and development of their communities.

Climate

Nepal is a year round destination, and the cliate can vary between the North and South regions. The best overall times to visit are during spring and autumn (particually for trekking).

December to Febuary is winter, and it can get extremely cold in the mountains (down to sub zero). Summer in this region has a pleasent temperature but still bring some warmer clothing for the evenings. 

Summer in southern Nepal can get extremely hot (plus 40°C) in some areas. Winter temperatures in this area can range from 7°C to 23°C.

Kathmandu has a pleasent climate on average. The monsoon rains start from June to September in Nepal. 

Culture

The majority of Nepalis are either Hindus or Buddhists, but there are many other religions here too like Islam, Christianity, Jainism and Sikhism. You will find many temples and monasteries around Nepal. The right hand is used for important things such as passing money, eating and the giving of gifts. 

Nepalese people love their food and much of it has been influenced by Indian and Tibetan cultures. Nepali people have a lot of respect for elders and will call each other didi (“older sister”), bahini (“younger sister”), etc, even if they are not actually related. The family unit is very strong and having a close knit family is important for the local people. 

Project Locations

Kathmandu, the capital and largest city in Nepal, is an incredible place! The contrast of decaying buildings, smell of incense, street sellers, historic temples and incredible mountain views will invigorate your senses and keep you inspired to learn more about the amazing history and culture. For several hundred years, Kathmandu was one of three rival royal cities, along with Bhaktapur and Patan. The highlight of Kathmandu has long been Durbar Square, the largest of the palace squares in the three royal cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Temples and monuments of varying shapes, sizes, styles, and faiths can be found here. This small, mountain-sheltered valley is the historical centre of Nepal, a place where kingdoms rose and fell, where palaces and temples were built and rebuilt, and where Nepali art and culture was developed and refined.

Pokhara, is a must see for truly spectacular scenery, adventure activities and food. Situated approx 5-6 hours by bus from Kathmandu, the bus trip alone is worth the journey. Here you will witness the awe and glory of the Himalayas. Pokhara has a chilled out vibe and great to relax and unwind form the busy pace of Kathmandu. You can enjoy a clear view of snow-capped mountains just 20 KM’s in the distance. Be sure to check out the adventure sports such as paragliding or white water rafting and of course world famous treks in and around the Annapuma Mountain range.

Accommodation

All accommodation is included during your placement. Your stay will be comfortable, clean and secure with basic modern amenities. Depending on your chosen volunteer project, you will stay in either a volunteer centre (dedicated house) or a home stay.

Located in the heart of Kathmandu, about 1 hours drive from the airport, the volunteer centre houses up to 20 volunteers with 3 to 4 people sharing one room (single gender rooms). They have modern bathrooms; a modern kitchen and dining room, mini library, a fully furnished living room, TV, computer, DVD player, fans, live-in staff on call 24/7, a garden complete with a comfortable covered area and 24/7 security. Centrally located, there are several gym’s nearby as well as local supermarkets, ATM’s, mobile phone shops etc.  

*For couples or those wanting more privacy, there are upgrade accommodation options available for an additional cost (approx US $150 p/room p/week). This must be booked well in advance and is subject to availability. 

In Pokhara, enjoy life in a home stay living with up to 4 other volunteers. Here you will be made to feel like a local with much gratitude from the local villagers. You’ll share a room with max 3-4 other volunteers. The home stay is basic, but clean with bathrooms, a kitchen and dining room. Private bathroom, lockable rooms, bed linen, fans and mosquito protection included. Laundry facilities are available (at a small fee) but no hot showers! There are ATM’s located about 15 minute walk to the house and a supermarket about 30 minutes walk. 

Food

3 vegetarian meals are provided p/day on weekdays and 2 vegetarian meals p/day on weekends for the duration of your program. You can expect chicken dishes approx twice per week. You are free to eat as you like when you are out and about and there are many exciting options available.

Nepalese cuisine has Indian & Tibetan influences with lentils and rice forming the base of most meals and a diverse range of herbs, vegetables and smoky flavors. The national dish is daal bhaat tarkaari, which is spiced lentils over rice served with tarkari and cooked with spices. Cow meat is forbidden because Hindus consider cattle to be sacred. In fact, many tribes and communities in Nepal are strict vegetarians.

Orientation
Your program includes a 1 day orientation. This is an important day to help you become familiar with your surroundings, as well as learning about the local customs, culture and surroundings. Typical Orientation Day Includes:

  • Introduction meeting, General rules, Setting Expectations, Advice on Health and Safety and insuring you have all your documents.
  • Do’s and Don’ts, Cultural introduction, learning about the countries history 
  • Tour around the accommodation and local area.

You are also encouraged to take up our orientation week. This is beneficial to help acclimatise to the different lifestyle and pace of Nepal and get to know your fellow volunteers, the facilities, the town etc.

Transportation

An arrival airport pickup is included in the cost of your placement. Accommodation on the Sunday is included in the program fees. Arrivals are on Saturdays and Sundays (please check the individual project for the pickup window times, as they can differ). 

If arriving outside the pickup times we can arrange a private transfer and extra night’s accommodation, depending on availability, or you can make your own way to the project.   

Sights & Surrounds

The weekends are always open for your leisure. The local team will assist you in organising additional travel plans with heaps of local knowledge. Shopping in Kathmandu is an experience all its own. Thamel, Kathmandu’s tourist hotspot, is where shoppers can find Nepalese, Tibetan and Indian artifacts, woodcarvings, handicraft and an assortments of unique clothing and apparel. There are also several malls where you can find fashionable clothing and grocery stores, offering everything from wine to breakfast cereals. There are numerous dining options available throughout the city, including Italian, Indian, Thai, Korean and Chinese in addition to a variety of local cuisine.

How Can I Raise Funds for my Trip?

Check out this amazing blog with step by step info on how to raise funds for your overseas volunteer experience to help maximize your impact abroad. Guide to Fundraising

Weekends & Extra Tours

This has to be one of the most popular things to do in Nepal. With so many different treks to do, this is a great way to spend your free time! Everest base camp and Annapurna are 2 of the most popular but there are many day treks also.
Trekking
TrekkingNepal
Boudha Stupa is the largest in Nepal,situated in Kathmandu. This impressive building is best viewed late afternoon, when the locals are visiting for their rituals.
Boudha Stupa
Boudha StupaNepal
For the adreneline junkies! Try this heart racing sport to get the blood pumping. Rafting is so much fun, especially when surrounded by stunning scenery.
White Water Rafting
White Water RaftingNepal
Paragliding over Pokhara’s boating lake is supposed to one of the most stunning sites!
Paragliding
ParaglidingNepal
Chitwan National Park is situated in the lowlands down South. If you’re lucky you can spot rhinos, elephants, numerous bird species, or even the Bengal tiger (fingers crossed!).
Chitwan National Park
Chitwan National ParkNepal
Take some time to explore the many local markets in Nepal. This is a great way to get a teaste for local life and interact with the sellers.
Markets
MarketsNepal
Previous
Next

LATEST InstaGRAM PICS

Ready to Volunteer in Nepal?

APPLY NOW

Ready to volunteer abroad? Complete your application online in 5 min 


NEED MORE INFO?

Not sure which program is right for you? Contact us for more info


SCHEDULE A CALL

Let’s talk about it! Schedule a preferred time and date to chat via phone or video   

Articles

Find More  

Nepal Construction Review

Overall one of the best experiences of my life. I was immersed in the Nepali culture. Interacting with the locals, learning what daily life is like in Nepal. Volunteering was great! Hard work, but rewarding at the same time. Best part was spending time with the other volunteers. All like minded people, there for the experience and trying to help …

Continue reading  

Volunteer Story – Nepal Experience

I’ve been passionate about traveling and getting to know different cultures for more than ten years. Growing up, I realized that helping people is one of the most incredible opportunities in life. Some years ago I set a goal: I want to be a volunteer abroad. After searching about countries and organizations, I chose to be a join a program …

Continue reading  

Review of Stray Dog Rehabilitation – Nepal

This was by far the most valuable experience I could get and I did a few other volunteer jobs before. The people in Kathmandu and at Kat center are the best, they are doing such an amazing job and were really welcoming and appreciative of my work there. But the most fulfilling was to see the dogs change and looking …

Continue reading  

Nepal Dog Program Review

What did you accomplish in your program this week? Assisting staff with day to day tasks, eg walking, feeding, cleaning. Helping with promo material and admin. How was your program coordinator? Amazing, happy to answer every question well. What did you enjoy most from your experience? Experiencing different types of dogs shelters and going out in ambulance. What didn’t you …

Continue reading  

Review of Nepal Culture Week Intro

Here is Rosie’s review of the culture week, in preparation for her stray dog project in the beautiful Nepal! … What did you accomplish in your program this week? Getting to know more about the culture and city. Explored less touristy areas and prepared for volunteering program. How was your coordinator? Did they provide you with enough accurate information about …

Continue reading