From 15/09/2016 to 10/11/2016
My time in Nepal, working on VIN’s Women’s Empowerment programme in the Jitpurphedi community, has been rich in experience and emotion. Especially valuable was the cultural immersion, living with a host family and working closely with local volunteers and community women to help them develop life skills and to raise awareness of important social issues such as domestic violence. The friends I’ve gained and memories I’ve made will stay with me for life.
VIN is a good-hearted organization, working in difficult circumstances to help marginalized communities. A lack of structure and direction is hampering their progress, and the wealth of volunteer talent and enthusiasm they attract, of people all around the world wanting to help others, is underused. A VIN volunteer needs to have a strong capacity for initiative and self-confidence, and not rely on much support from the organization, to make the most of their time here. If you have these qualities, you will be able to forge for yourself a rewarding and utterly unforgettable experience – and you won’t want to leave!
VIN at Okhaldhunga has organized school development and education project for welfare of children of Okahldhunga. The project was organized...September 3, 2017 Read More
More than 200 people from Kavresthali get benefited from the campaign organized by Volunteers Initiative Nepal on Cardio vascular diseases....August 31, 2017 Read More
Agro-farm project is one of the project run under VIN’s environment and conservation program. Agro-farm means agricultural systems that promotes...August 28, 2017 Read More
Last week we finished teaching in two schools, the KaliDevi school and Green Hills Academy. For the lower grades we...August 4, 2017 Read More
VIN started children work camp – children summer camp at Okhaldhunga on July 14, 2017 in Himalaya Secondary School Thulachap....July 25, 2017 Read More
On 1st of June, VIN welcomed 16 LMT volunteers on the month of June. These volunteers are from different countries...June 4, 2017 Read More
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