Volunteering is an opportunity to change lives, including your own. Join Volunteer Aid Nepal to help needy and disadvantaged people build a better future through education, community development and training. As a volunteer, you will be working side-by-side with local people to learn from them, exchange ideas and build bridges of mutual respect and understanding.
Welcome to Volunteer Aid Nepal, a development-driven organization committed to advancing sustainable community development activities in Nepal. We run various volunteer and community aid programs in Nepal to support the work of its local communities. At Volunteer Aid Nepal, we believe that local communities are in the best position to identify their own needs, and we provide international volunteers and assistance to achieve the communities’ goals and ambitions.
Our volunteer programs are open to everyone willing to make a difference in the lives of others. They offer a perfect way to help others, make a difference, explore new areas of interest, expand your horizons and see the world with purpose when you volunteer in Nepal with us, you are guaranteed a professional support network to guide you throughout your service, to ensure that you have an amazing experience.
Please read the information about the volunteer programs we offer in the areas of orphanage support/child care, teaching English at schools and Buddhist Monasteries, health care and medical aid, social research, community building and construction, Teaching Computer Skills, Sustainable agricultural practices, youth capacity development, and more. If you are interested in volunteering for one of these programs, please fill out an Online Application Form, and we will work with you to make your placement possible.
Volunteer Aid Nepal – think globally, act locally
Volunteer Aid Nepal is a Nepal-based, non-profitable, non-political, non-religious and non-governmental organization (NGO). It is a social welfare and community-development-driven organization working under the principle of “Development through Volunteering”. It was established by a group of graduates as an outlet for the empowerment and development of rural and marginalized communities under the Nepalese Organization Act of 1977. It focuses its development activities on the progress of marginalized, disadvantaged, and back warded people, and plays the role of facilitator for participatory and sustainable development. Volunteer Aid Nepal also utilizes the skills of enthusiastic, motivated and active local and international volunteers and community members in the sectors of education, health, agriculture, environment, etc. Read more
Your small effort for humanity
Nepal is a South Asian beautiful landlocked country, nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. It is bordered by two larger Asian countries, India in the east, west and south, and China in the north. The Himalayan Country Nepal is a famous for its natural resources, cultural heritage and hospitable people. Nepal owns the highest peak in the world, i.e. Mt. Everest. The beautiful Himalayan range in the north, the deep gorges, diverse flora and flora including some endangered species and many spectacular places are her national treasures. The multicultural, multilingual and multi-ethnic people from east to west, from Himalayas in the north to Terai plain lands in the south combine together to create a common spirit of nationalism recognized all around the world. Read more
Volunteering at a Buddhist Monastery in Nepal
Join Volunteer Aid Nepal’s Buddhist Monastery Volunteer Teaching Program, to teach English to the Buddhist monks in Nepal. This opportunity allows volunteers to teach English to the Buddhist monks in several monasteries and refugee camps around Nepal. These monasteries and camps house hundreds of Tibetan children who are taking part in Buddhist monk educational training, in order to preserve the amazing cultural richness of the Buddhist culture and its practices. As a volunteer, you will be teaching English to the monks, both young and old, for around 3 to 5 hours every day. Volunteers also will have a chance to participate in some monastery-run programs & meditation during free time. This program combines religious learning & research through volunteering, and is a great opportunity for international volunteers who want to volunteer in Nepal for Teaching Projects. Read more
Support for Classroom Construction Project in Nepal
Most of the people in Nepal reside in rural communities. The people in the rural communities face various problems in the areas of Health, Education, Community infrastructure etc. Education is a priority in Nepal because it is crucial to the Nepal’s development. The efforts of Nepal Government in public education sectors has not been sufficient. Mostly the budget allocated by the government is spent on the teacher’s wages and there is hardly any money left for the educational materials, construction works and educational development. The condition of the educational infrastructure in rural communities is so poor and even unsafe at times. The Improvement is essentials for the future of the children who in this competitive era can compete for a better future. Read more
Orphanage Volunteering in Nepal
Volunteering in Orphanage Volunteer Program Program was absolutely great life journey and not only in terms of beautiful landscapes but specially in scope of my internal journey. I’m already + 50 with the basic knowledge of English and it was my first trip to such a far place. I was full of doubts boarding my plane from Poland to Nepal, didn’t know what to expect. It’s hard to describe in a few words what this experience has given me. For sure a belief that each moment of our life is worthwhile and it’s only depends on us how much we want to contribute to the world around us. The children and people I spend time with has filled my heart with love and joy. And all this experience gave me a different perspective of life. It’s extremely important we treat each other with respect wherever we go. Each person is important and if we share love with people this love will be spread out and come back to us with double force. Read more