If you’re searching for a meaningful way to give back, volunteering in an orphanage in Nepal is an excellent option. The country has faced its fair share of challenges, including civil unrest and poverty, which have resulted in thousands of orphaned and abandoned children.
Helping Hands Nepal recognized the need to provide these children with basic necessities like food, shelter, education, and security. As a volunteer, you can play a critical role in helping to meet these needs and promoting positive growth and development in these children.
Volunteering in an orphanage in Nepal is a unique opportunity to make a positive impact while experiencing the breathtaking beauty and friendly culture of the country. Your contributions, no matter how small, can help these children grow into happy, healthy, and productive members of society.
As an orphanage volunteer in Nepal, you’ll have the chance to teach Basic English, assist with school subjects, promote personal hygiene, take children on outings, and engage them in extracurricular activities. Your kindness and love can go a long way in helping these children overcome the challenges they face.
So if you’re passionate about making a difference in the lives of orphaned and abandoned children, consider volunteering in a Nepal orphanage. Your efforts will be deeply appreciated and will have a lasting impact on the lives of these deserving children.
Overall, volunteering for orphans is the most memorable & soul-satisfying experience; you will be compelled to re-visit these children again & again.
Volunteer in Orphans includes: Volunteering at an orphanage home
Requirements: There are no specific requirements for the program other than fluency in written and spoken English. However the best things you can have are patience and a genuine desire to teach and help the children.
Program Dates: Are very flexible, the minimum time for the program is 2 weeks and the maximum length of stay is 5 months.
Suggestions: Depending on the subject, volunteers can bring along teaching materials such as picture books, instruments, flash cards, art supplies, and songs. (And a good sense of humor!)
Meals: Breakfast occurs at 6:30 am and consists of a cup of tea and biscuits. Lunch is served at 9:00 to 9:30 am and is usually dal/bhat (rice, lentils, and vegetables). Dinner is at 6:30 to 7:00pm and is once more Dal/Bhat. The food is very simple but also extremely tasty and filling.
Accommodations: A simple room with a bed. We advise you to bring Sleeping bag and mosquito net with you or you can always by here which is 2-3 times cheaper than back home.
Locations: Kathmandu, Chitwan, Dhulikhel, Godawari, Pokhara (If needed we can arrange placement all over Nepal)