Volunteer for Nepal (VfN) is one of the trusted self governing, non-religious, non-political, non-governmental and non-for-profit volunteer organization. It runs under the affiliation of social welfare council. The organization is in Kathmandu, Nepal. Our team will guide you through your volunteer journey. The Program Director, Gajendra Rai, is one of them. He has been taking over the day-to-day running of Volunteer for Nepal. Gajendra has committed and experienced with the organization. He had worked as a Program Coordinator almost a decade with an organization before Volunteer for Nepal. He is motivated to drive this organization by volunteers initiative who had worked with him. Such a committed staff provide the arrangement for staying with us when working on project. The support arrangement includes providing accommodation, meals, airport pick up and drop off, project transport, orientation and 24/7 support. VfN has become quite famous as well as crucial in exchange the ideas, experiences and skills people have earned. It also promotes the integration for development. We, therefore, have tried our best to provide safe and quality volunteer travel experiences in reasonable and affordable cost. We are stick to our mission to uplift volunteerism.
Volunteer for Nepal hearty welcomes both international and local volunteers in volunteering. We offer volunteers to learn, know, and share the ideas with the people live in community. For instance teaching at public school could be the place to exchange of both sides. Children could learn many things from you which they have never learned it before, meanwhile, you also get plenty of information the plight of people. Medical elective, health Care, and Orphanage are the major sectors that Volunteer for Nepal offers to volunteers.
Placement of Volunteer for Nepal remains mainly in Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktpur and Pokhara, which are famous as tourist zones of Nepal, the adjacent districts located in Kathmandu Valley. Pokhara is the most beautiful tourist area of the country, seven hour bus journey from Kathmandu to Pokhara, located 200 km west of the capital. In placement to volunteers it could be rural and urban areas convenient to outskirts. In regard to duration, you will spend the first two days in orientation gaining cultural insights and learning the local language. All volunteers will arrive in Kathmandu and settle during orientation and final night here. During orientation you will stay close to the Thamel, which is known as the main tourist hub of Kathmandu.