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Volunteers giving computer training to women of kavresthali

VIN gives English class and computer training to Women of 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 projects women’s entrepreneurship development, micro credit,...

Published on: 12/04/2017 Read more
Volunteers at Teaching Buddhist Monastery

Volunteers teaching monks at Buddhist Monastery

Stefano Paciotti from Italy and Jimmy Janeteas from USA are giving English classes to the monks at Kadampa Monastery at Arubari as a volunteer. They have been teaching English to the monks...

Published on: 10/04/2017 Read more
Volunteers at blood pressure campaign

Blood pressure campaign conducted by VIN at Kavresthali

A group of volunteers, both national and International volunteers from Volunteers Initiative Nepal organized a health campaign to raise awareness about blood pressure and its consequences among local people from Kavresthali, Tarkeswore...

Published on: 05/04/2017 Read more
Pre Observation in community for Children development

Pre observation work for Children development activities in community

VIN has started to work in Kavresthali community from this year 2017. For pre-observation session, children development officer, visited around 11 schools of Kavresthali and nearby areas to initiate children development activities...

Published on: 06/03/2017 Read more
VIN meeting with their International volunteers

Volunteers’ Monthly Meeting

VIN conducted its first volunteers’ monthly meeting for this year on 27th of January 2017, Friday. The program was for 2.5 hours which started at 2:00 pm and ended at 4:30 pm....

Published on: 29/01/2017 Read more

Workshop on Environmental issues and practises in Kavresthali

VIN has organized workshop at different sites of Kavresthali in order to know the environmental issues and practices regarding environment protection and conservation. The research has been conducted for four days from...

Published on: 23/01/2017 Read more

What our Volunteers have said

Testimonials

Catherine Marcou

Catherine Marcou

"I spent almost 6 weeks at the Buddhist Monastery as an English teacher with a friend of mine from Germany. We lived directly in the monastery in a special building for “guest”...."

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Astrid Feiten

Astrid Feiten

"Mostly volunteers travel alone and the good thing about doing it with VIN is that you are never really alone. I met some great people from all over the world. I had..."

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Saufi Salleh

Saufi Salleh

"VIN has allowed me a glimpse of the world of the amazing people in Nepal – their sources of joy and sorrow and their daily lives. It provided me with a firm..."

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Mitali Pande

Mitali Pande

"It was a wonderful experience working with Bhupi, Dinesh and Dr. Laxmi. We learnt to work with an NGO. Translators were wonderful and very helpful. Shradha is a wonderful asset to VIN..."

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Isla Norris

Isla Norris

"I had a fantastic time working with VIN – Regrettably only 2 weeks. I still learnt a whole raft of things that have made me and more culturally aware. Staying with the..."

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Signe

Signe Ødegaard Olsen

"Working with VIN was exiting; I got to practice the theory I’ve learned in school and I had a lot of free rein in deciding how I would complete my project. Also..."

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Kræn Falk

"“As for my personal expectations, I believe I met my goals. I was here as an intern meaning that there were some requirements from my school that needed to be met. VIN..."

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Maddison Rosenberg

Maddison Rosenberg

"Less than 24 hours after arriving in Nepal a VIN staff member was sitting with me in a hospital waiting room.I visited the clinic several times over the next 5 weeks due..."

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