One of the missions of VIN is promote education for early children. Most of the school, private or government school don’t have many resources and the government doesn’t help enough. Equipment and infrastructures are basics. Moreover the education is limited and children don’t have the opportunity to learn in the best condition. Though this is the most crucial moment for a child to learn, develop and improve their knowledge and personality.
That is why VIN is involved with many schools for the early child development. With the help of many volunteers children receive attention and education. They teach basics of English vocabulary through games and cultivate their creativity and sociable behaviour in a good environment.
The environment for children is really important. In fact VIN works also to improve the condition of education with financial support. Also with the help of the volunteers, the walls are being painted so that the children feel comfortable during their stay in school. They are happier to go to school and are motivated to keep learning.
I warmly recommend you to participate in any special event organized by the Monastery, you will learn a lot from their culture and they will appreciate your curiosity. In this Monastery the kids are lovely and very curious and everyone is happy, smiling. You will definitely enjoy your time!August 18, 2019 Read More
Working with French volunteers on VIN’s Reconstruction Project provided me a sense of purpose. Volunteering at VIN was wonderful, to say the least.June 17, 2019 Read More
Rebati, a 59-year-old single woman who has been living alone for almost 20 years is in dire need of help for the construction of her new house.June 3, 2019 Read More
I spent 8 weeks in volunteering with VIN. I did a project on research on women empowerment in Kavresthalli. I can say it was totally new and exciting experience for me.May 22, 2019 Read More
Deuti Parajuli, she is a 60-year-old single woman, who is also a volunteer to help local health campaigns. She currently lives in an easily built house that was helped by VIN.April 21, 2019 Read More
Ever since the massive earthquake hit Nepal in April 2015, Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) held up and initiated to help earthquake victims by supporting through Disaster Relief and Recovery Program mainly in three areas of Nepal, Nuwakot, Kathmandu and Okhaldunga.April 15, 2019 Read More
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