About the local hosting organizationICYE Nepal
About the volunteer workHOPAD (Helpless, Orphan, Poor, Affected, and Dalits) Child & Women Promotion Society is a non-profit, nongovernmental organization (NGO) dedicated to the cause of aiding helpless children and women. HOPAD was established in 2005 by a consortium of human rights activists, social workers, and lawyers whose greatest passion is ensuring care for those in need. HOPAD rises to ensure that the children and women in need receive the care, opportunities, and training to succeed. HOPAD is also devoted to making the government aware of the conditions in which the needy are living and making adjustments to ensure these conditions are changed. Main Activities HOPAD Child and Women Promotion Society plays an instrumental role as an agent of social change to empower Nepalese women and children. By providing a quality education, good health, a loving family environment, and sustainable training programs, HOPAD increases the capacity to succeed among Nepalese women and children and ensures a prosperous future. NOTE- ICYE-Nepal collabortes with HOPAD to mobilize volunteer in ORPHANAGE only .Currenlty HOPAD does not have any activities related to women promition program in Kathmandu. Volunteer tasks each health and sanitation Entertain and run activities like games Help them wash their face and brush their teeth Help them in their studies Make sure they eat properly, including serving them or being with them to encourage to eat and make them feel cared and loved Prepare them for schools including ensuring their uniforms are clean and proper Check to see if the children are clean and net at all times Some additional (extra) responsibilities: Go for sightseeing, picnic, zoo with kids Educational visit and cultural visit Go to the school with kids Sanitation of rooms Washing children's clothes Teach children drawing, songs and any musical instruments Knitting and weaving torn clothes of kids Note: Outdoor extra activities must be funded by volunteers.
Local accommodationVolunteers will stay in a residential area, sharing rooms with volunteers of other nationalities joining the same program. Lunch & dinner are provided at the host project with the family. Food is local style, cooked by a Nepalese family. The main types of food will be rice, lentil soup and vegetables but once a week host family will provide you meat in your lunch or dinner. For vegetarians the choice is usually limited to rice, vegetables, lentil soup and pickle.
About the project locationHOPAD Child and Women Promotion Society is located in a local Nepalese community in Lalitpur District.
Extra info about the projectParticipation : 2 semaines à 16 semaines. Frais supplémentaires : 350 € pour 4 semaines, 50 € pour chaque semaine additionnelle. Le projet est ouvert toute l'année, la date d'arrivée est libre.