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Care & Community in Nepal

Overview
Spring
1 week
  • Sunday February 26th 2017 - Saturday March 4th 2017
Spring
2 weeks
  • Sunday February 26th 2017 - Saturday March 11th 2017
Fall
2 weeks
  • Sunday October 22nd 2017 - Saturday November 4th 2017

 

  • Placement locations: Kathmandu
  • Types of placements: Schools and Care Centres
  • Role: Organizing and running educational activities for children, doing renovation work in the community, and participating in outreach activities.
  • Requirements: None
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Arrival Airport: Kathmandu (KTM)
  • Local Languages: Nepali

A child plays with a Projects Abroad volunteer at her school in Nepal

If you are looking to travel abroad and make a difference within a short period of time, volunteering on the Care & Community project in Nepal is a great way to do so. For two weeks, you will join a group and work in schools and care centers. No previous experience is necessary. All we require is a passion for helping others.

This trip follows a set schedule. Your daily volunteer work will include educational activities for children and doing renovation work that will benefit the community. In addition, you will participate in outreach work and help provide disadvantaged children with dental care education. You will also have the chance to visit a center for malnourished children, as well as an HIV/AIDS center.

Our staff organize all transport in-country for your trip. This includes travelling between your placement and accommodation in the mornings and afternoons.

In Nepal, the group will stay at a hotel. In the evenings and on the weekend, Projects Abroad staff will organize a variety of cultural activities and trips that will allow you to explore the local culture and see more of Nepal’s spectacular scenery.

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