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International Volunteering: Working for Children


Working with children is one of the most worthwhile and fulfilling thing you can do in your extra time.  It is fun, inspirational and most importantly, it can allow you to improve the lives of children dramatically. There are  many different, exciting and diverse programs available with VIN  and every year a lot of volunteers come here to work on Children’s Development Program and take part in various projects like Children’s Life Skills Facilitation, Working for Street Children, Teaching Sports, Teaching English at Buddhist Monastery, Child Care Early Childhood Education. (For More Projects on Child Development (Click Here)).

What kinds of opportunities are available?

The aim of all Child Development programs is to protect the rights of all children in the community by: providing access to a basic, quality education; developing their life skills; and providing access to health services (through our Community Health Program).

Here are some opportunities available with Working for Children:

  1. Participating in the Children’s Life Skills Facilitation can provide volunteers with a unique opportunity to directly impact Nepali children by creating a positive and fun environment while simultaneously teaching them important life skills that will allow them to lead empowered lives.
  2. Running sports programs in different communities for children. If you are active, energetic and enthusiastic about helping kids through sports, this is for you.
  3. Helping children to learn English (in community schools or monasteries). The beauty of this is that no formal training or qualifications are required!
  4. Creative Expression: Arts and Crafts

5. During all these projects you will live in the community in a home-stay environment with a Nepali host family, where you will get chance to immerse with Nepali Culture and traditions.

How can you Apply or Involve for Volunteering Programs by VIN?

As you can see, there are a huge number of volunteering opportunities available to you, depending on your personal interests (Link For more volunteering projects).

You can directly apply from the website (Click here) by filling out the form or can contact support@volunteeringnepal.org for any further inquiries on projects.

Once you will arrive here you will be oriented by VIN and placed in a community where you will be working.

For more further inquiries you can visit the link. (Frequently Asked Questions)

By Mibis Shrestha (Webmaster)


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