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The answer is very simple ‘because we care’, not only the children but all the volunteers too who are parts of this generous mission and ultimately in creating a world of opportunities for these unfortunate children. Moreover, all our attempts are always towards their improvements, in making them a responsible citizen of the society with a promising future. On top, some of the below are the additional reasons for selecting our organization for your next volunteering assignment.Read More +
On the 18th of August, I flight to Kathmandu, to integrate the Special needs Care Project, by the organization HHF Nepal.
In the firsts days, I met the other volunteers and some Nepalese people that helped me how to live there and with other problems I had; 2 days later I got to know my homestay that was super friendly! The best part was finally the first day of a volunteer!
The project was really good, and to someone that wants something different this project, it’s perfect for that, however not going to lie… you would need a lot of energy from the first day till the end! My volunteer placement was 20 min walking from my homestay, I and another volunteer went every day by walking with kids to the school.
I came to Nepal thinking that maybe I could change a little bit the world well that it’s almost impossible in 3 weeks, but I can say for sure, I change my world and definitely my vision about life. I came to help, but I feel that I receive more, then give. My perspective of life it’s so different, I give more value for the simple little things, like for example having a family and home… and especially to live happily even with less. That was some of the lessons that I learned with the kids of the school. Most of them were orphans and lived in houses with low conditions; they almost didn’t have anything comparing with us… but u know what?! They always had a smile on their faces.
HHF is a very organized organization and has been very supportive during my stay in Nepal. It is a life rewarding experience for me and I am definitely will recommend to all of my family and friends. I worked in a pre school during my time at the school which I was mainly responsible for teaching English and math and help with home works. I have also did a paper fold lesson and we have made some very pretty butterflies and I was so pride of myself when I see the kids were carry the butterfly and running outside. On the last day, we bought some stationeries for the class. I handed out each kids a pencil and an eraser. And the smile on their face is one thing I would never forget in my life. They are so simple and innocent. I watched them and deeply felt how lucky I am to know them and to experience this.