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Public speaking technique for women’s group member in Kavresthali community

Since March 2017, VIN’s team has implemented a Women Empowerment program in Kavresthali community. The goal of that program is to empower the women economically and socially through different kind of workshops...

Published on: 10/05/2017 Read more
Volunteers discussing reproductive health care and research

Volunteers on reproductive health care project and Non communicable disease research

VIN welcome four international and two national volunteers for public health and medical care program in May who will give the continuation to Reproductive health care campaign with women at Kavresthali. Three...

Published on: 09/05/2017 Read more
Volunteers on Construction work

Volunteers at Construction

We are Valentin from France, William from Belgium and André from Switzerland and somehow all of us ended up staying with the same nepali family in the village Kavresthali. We have been...

Published on: 03/05/2017 Read more
Reproductive health care campaign conducted by VIN along with International Volunteer

Reproductive health care campaign with women

VIN volunteers lead by Helen from France, organized reproductive health care campaign with women from Kavresthali. The campaign was to aware women about Female reproductive organs, Menstruation, Menstruation hygiene, Menstruation disorders and...

Published on: 28/04/2017 Read more
Self-esteem awareness Campaign

Self-esteem awareness campaign for community women in Kavresthali

The goal of VIN’s women’s empowerment program is to empower women socially and economically through education, life skills and income generation initiatives. This program includes the women’s entrepreneurship development, micro credit, education...

Published on: 24/04/2017 Read more
Volunteer taking the data from local people

Research Initiative: The ongoing recovery process in Okharpauwa , by VIN Volunteer

A research was conducted by a VIN volunteer to understand the ongoing recovery process in Okharpauwa after 2015 Earthquake. This research Initiative was focused to find out the locals involvement in recovery...

Published on: 19/04/2017 Read more

What our Volunteers have said

Testimonials

Julia Futche

Julia Futche

"Those three months volunteering in VINs Womens Empowerment Program gave me the opportunity to try new ideas and realize my own projects which was a really rewarding experience. Teaching English to women..."

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Anne Piccolo

Anne Piccolo

"I knew that I wanted to use a month of my summer to travel, and am so happy I found VIN. During my stay at Buddhist Monastery, I got a real look..."

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Sarah Camino

Sarah Camino

"To say that my time volunteering at VIN was life changing would be an understatement. Teaching English at the Buddhist Nunnery was truly an experience I will cherish for the rest of..."

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Jeremy Gansler

Jeremy Gansler

"Teaching English at a Buddhist Monastery was an immensely enriching experience. There’s a lot to learn from people who devote their lives to attaining happiness. Teaching the young monks was very challenging...."

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Anna Yi

Anna Yi

"VIN has provided me with immense insight into the nitty gritty of the local life in Nepal. Through the volunteer program, you are totally immersed into the Nepalese culture so that you..."

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Sunita Rajbali Maurya

Sunita Rajbali Maurya

"I had a difficult time in orphanage. Kids were awesome but their living condition was bad. But it did changed my perspective in life. It was such different experience staying and spending..."

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dolma lama

Urgen Dolma Lama

"My Volunteering experience at VIN wasn’t only about helping people. Rather it was discovering my strengths and weakness. To laugh as much as often and to appreciate the simple things in life..."

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Supriya Khadka

Supriya Khadka

"So, I’ve to admit it that I realized my potential. Well, my first month was little hard as I was not able to cope with the projects that were given but the..."

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