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Volunteer of VIN conducting total sanitaion program at school of jitpurphedi

Total Sanitation Program at Shree Khadwalkot Primary School, Jitpurphedi

On 21st November, 4 workcamp volunteers who had joined VIN under “Total Sanitation Program” conducted their first sanitation class for the children of Shree Khadwalkot Primary school at Jitpurphedi. The program was...

Published on: 30/11/2016 Read more
ECD teachers refreshment training cconducted by VIN

Early Childhood Development(ECD) teachers refreshment training conducted

Last year in April, the Early Childhood Development (ECD) teachers were trained about the teaching learning techniques in ECD classroom. This year, on 22nd November, the teachers were provided with refreshment training...

Published on: 23/11/2016 Read more
Volunteers at VIN for Workcamp in November

VIN received work camp volunteers

On 20th of November 2016, Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) received 4 volunteers for the work camp and also conducted induction for them. This is the 2nd work camp induction of VIN for...

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Volunteer of VIN checking health status of Women for diabetes and hypertension

VIN conducted health campaign for Diabetes and Hypertension patients

Volunteers from Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) under public health and medical care program visited the Kavresthali community to measure the blood pressure, glucose level and Body Mass Index (BMI) of the people...

Published on: 17/11/2016 Read more
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Natural Disater awareness program in Okhaldhunga

Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) conducted the disaster awareness program in Taluwa-3. The international volunteer representing VIN conducted the awareness program about the natural disaster. The program was conducted as a part of...

Published on: 20/10/2016 Read more
VIN hosting the meeting of charger project with partner organizations

VIN hosted kick off meeting of CHARGER project

VIN successfully conducted meeting of CHARGER project – a project funded by European Commission in the framework of ERASMUS+ Program. It was a kick off meeting of the partners- Volunteer Spirit Association...

Published on: 03/10/2016 Read more

What our Volunteers have said

Testimonials

Louise Murphy

Louise Murphy

"My time spent at Light for Nepal Children’s Home was the most amazing experience of my life to date. I have endless fond memories of teaching the kids card games, playing cricket..."

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Zoe Goddard

Zoe Goddard

"I volunteered with VIN for 2 weeks to support the youth empowerment project and it was a fantastic experience. The young people were very friendly and keen to learn and we had..."

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Yuni Lee

Yuni Lee Heathcote

"Nepalese children are every beaming with brightness and full of energies. They have so much to offer but just weren’t given sufficient facilities, tools and resources to cultivate their skills and intelligence...."

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Fiona Procter

Fiona Procter

"Although my time with VIN was very short, I have thoroughly enjoyed it. I have been on a career break for the past 7 months and have been travelling and getting involved..."

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Matthugh Alexander

Matthugh Alexander

"When I first had the idea of volunteering in Nepal I thought that it would be some sort of magical experience in a little hillside village of Nepal, giving my time to..."

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Matthew Riddle

Matthew Riddle

"I had a wonderful experience working with VIN and teaching English at the monastery in Boudha. Before I even came to Nepal I had pretty extensive email contact with Bhupi which really..."

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Patrick Dostie

Patrick Dostie

"This organization helps you from A to Z in integrating yourself into a Nepalese lifestyle. Working on the project really makes you understand the context of Nepal. With respect to water project..."

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Katie Woood

Katie Woood

"During my volunteering I worked with 13 children at an Panchmane Early Childhood Development center. I worked from 10-3, six days a week where I taught the children and teachers many different..."

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