Who is a Volunteer ?
Any individual who is sympathetic and kind enough to work for the benefit of the people around us without expecting any material reward is rightly called a volunteer. Every person has been a volunteer once in a while in his/her daily life. You certainly are a volunteer when you help some old women cross the busy road or when you try to save a drowning person. Now, when you participate in the our program, you are going to do the same with a wider purview and with a more meaningful purpose.
Can I come with a friend, my family or in a group?
Yes, at Volunteer Aid Nepal you are welcome to join with a friend, family or in a group. We offer special discounted fee for family and group bookings. You can join the programs along with your children as well.
Why to choose Volunteer Aid Nepal?
- Our volunteer programs are located in multicultural environment where you will find local peoples are hospitable and welcoming.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal is not affiliated with any political and religious organization.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal is government authorized organization.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal respects volunteer’s qualification, knowledge, objective, experience, interest and commitment for volunteering. It puts volunteers first for change and development.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal’s representative in local area makes volunteer’s living in new place very comfortable and quickly adjustable.
- Offered volunteering programs are set of various activities that help to develop volunteers’ interpersonal skill, creativity and level of positive thinking.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal join hands with both national and international volunteers to help community based organization, health centers, local schools, farming centers, user groups, youth clubs, children home etc.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal promotes participatory volunteerism.
- Volunteering program fees are affordable compare to other national and international organization.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal staffs are available 24/7 to support volunteers during emergency time.
- Volunteer Aid Nepal keeps safety of our volunteers in priority.
Do I need to qualify for Volunteer Programs?
Volunteer Aid Nepal keep right to looks your resume for your skills, working experiences, travel experiences, your academic qualification, your age and preferences but we think willingness to help others is the mainly important for Volunteering.
When can I start volunteering?
We are flexible on volunteering start date. However, you should inform organization about your estimated arrival date before you book flight ticket.
Can I travel during my volunteering period ?
Depending on program type and volunteering duration, You can travel during/before/after your volunteering period. Volunteer Aid Nepal will also facilitate you to travel local places in Nepal.
What do I do in the free time?
You can utilize your free time as your interest. There are many options in the Nepal to utilize your free time during volunteering.
What is the weather like in Nepal?
The width of Nepal is only about 200 km on average, but within this short distance the altitude of the land rises from lowly 60m to all the way up to above 8000m. Hence the weather depends upon the altitude of the place in Nepal. However, in general Nepal has four climatic seasons: Summer, Monsoon, Autumn and Winter. Summer is from March to May. The temperature of this season fluctuates between 20 °C to 30 °C (68 °F to 86°F). Monsoon lasts from June to August. These are also the pre-monsoon months with occasional evening-thunderstorms and hot temperature. Autumn starts from September and ends by November. During this period, the climate is dry and mild with temperature fluctuating between 20 °C to 30 °C (68 °F to 86 °F). Winter starts from December to February. The morning and evening are very cold while the afternoon is pretty sunny. The temperature during these months rises from 15 °C to 20 °C (59 °F to 68 °F).
Does an Volunteer Aid Nepal staff person stay in the village with me during my placement?
Volunteer Aid Nepal Nepal staff member will not be in your placement village for a long period . However, each Districts has a local ‘ District Representative’ to assist the volunteer with any issues that may arise in the village. Volunteer Aid Nepal also mobilize National Volunteers to Assist foreign Volunteers. Members from Our partner organization will also help you during your stay in local area.
Part of being a volunteer is loving what you’re doing. Find something that you’re passionate about or something that inspires you, and then find a need in your community. There are dozens of reasons why you should volunteer – you just need to find the one that feels right.Some Great Reasons to Volunteer are Help others, Make a difference, Find purpose, Enjoy a meaningful conversation, Connect with your community, Feel involved, Contribute to a cause that you care about, Use your skills in a productive way, Develop new skills,Meet new people,Explore new areas of interest, Meet good people, Impress your mom, Impress yourself, Expand your horizons, Get out of the house, Make new friends,Strengthen your resume, Feel better about yourself and more…….
Do you have some information about Nepal?
Nepal is the country of Lord Buddha and Mt. Everest. It has never been colonized, and is ruled by multiparty and constitutional monarchy. There are 14 Zones, 75 districts, 3914 Village Development Committees and 58 Municipalities in the country. For most of the people around the globe the Himalayan Kingdom stirs up images of snow-capped mountains and rolling green hills. Indeed, eight of the world’s 14, eight-thousands lie in Nepal, making it a mountaineers’ dream. Nepal is also renowned as a brave warrior country. In 1st and 2nd world war they fought as the brave Gurkhas. Nepal has more to offer than just the high Himalayas. Small as the country may be, the land is diverse geographically as well as ethnically. You will find rich cultures and vibrant traditions, exquisite temples and monuments as well as fast flowing rivers and tropical jungles teeming with wildlife, making your trip an unforgettable one. It is a country where people of different races and religions live in harmony
Is Nepal safe to volunteer?
Nepal is very safe place to travel and volunteer. According to Global Peace Index, Nepal is more peaceful country then China and India. Additionally, we have no any issues related to safety of our volunteers since 2008.