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Drapeau de NépalNépal: Rehabilitation and schooling program
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-CPCS-Rehabilitation and schooling program
Type de projet: Projet educatif
Frais de participation au projet: 450 EUR
Descriptions:

CPCS was founded in 2002 to answer the children’s needs in the streets of Nepal. Every year, hundreds of kids, hundreds of kids, attracted by the allure of the “big city”, leave their villages. Once there, they discover the harsh realities o .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

CPCS was founded in 2002 to answer the children’s needs in the streets of Nepal. Every year, hundreds of kids, hundreds of kids, attracted by the allure of the “big city”, leave their villages. Once there, they discover the harsh realities of life in the streets and are left on their own to face multiple forms of danger and abuse (moral, sexual and physical).

CPCS was created to support these children and youth and to prevent more children from ending up in the streets.

The organization’s work can be divided into three steps:

1. Prevention (prior to and during the street life): set of interventions focused in two ways: –prevent and, if possible, avoid the arrival of the child in the street –create awareness among general public, the families and the children themselves on the realities of life in the Streets (its causes, its daily routines and its consequences).

2. Risk reduction (during life in the streets): short-term perspective focusing on immediate reduction of the dangers of street life.

3. Social rehabilitation (the life after living in the streets): long-term perspective focusing on progressive and eventual reintegration of a child into society. (Deinstitutionalisation)

CPCS International and its local partners currently run four regional centers (Sindhuli – CRPC, Dolakha – CPCR, Morang – ORCHID, Kathmandu – CPCS NGO) backsupporting 41 local centers (where CLASS (CPCS Local Action Support and Services) programs are being held.

Daily, up to 850 children are being helped with our organization’s activities, 400-500 children are supported by our socialization or rehabilitation centers, 1600 ex-street children and children at risk go to school and several dozens receive medical or legal support.


A propos du travail de volontaire

In this center, 30-60 girls and boys are sheltered in a rehabilitation program (before going back to their own house) and 500 families (2000 children) are supported in various local schools.

Children in the Rehabilitation program are accomodated in this center. This phase takes as long as the child needs it and until he can go back to his family or another organization.

This center also hosts the schooling program, which is part of the rehabilitation program. This program is the first phase in which the child who has just been brought off the Streets integrates socially through activities such as creating art, education, sports and psychological support. If returning to their family does not appear as being an option for the child, they are instead encouraged to join the réhabilitation prigram in which they can engage and become more accommodated to the idea of going to school. We support all children who want to go (back) to school.

The shelter and rehabilitation center accomodates up to 80 children. (Sometimes more)

Here is a small vidéo showing and explaining the project there:

 

A propos du logement sur place

The volunteers will be sheltered in a nice cottage (2 volunteers in each room) nearby the Regional Office. Team members and children are living closeby and the area is very beautiful.

Localisation du projet

This Regional office is located at Deurali, in the remote district of Dolakha (5 hours drive from Kathmandu – east side of the country).

Exigences

1. Being 18 years old.

2. Being autonomous and independent. This is an important condition to be able to work in the existing structure. The volunteer must not be a burden to the team. He/she has to manage his daily routine and transportation himself, and be able to deal with the difficulties that come with distant travels (cultural, social, medical, practical).

3. Being prepared and informed about the country, reading the documents about the project and undertaking steps to raise funds (as a participation to the project and its centers and departments).

4. Being insured by an insurance company that covers medical repatriation, and support costs (even in case of conflicts/earthquakes in the country or the need of an helicopter evacuation).

5. Coming to Nepal with an active, respectful and social attitude.

Some remarks:

a. There are excellent travel agencies that organise trips to Nepal (and the Nepalese economy needs them). You can contact them for a touristic trip.

b. The hippie scene in Kathmandu is over since 30 years. Go to Amsterdam, it’s closer….

c. To meditate and resource yourself, there are excellent Buddhist centers and Hindhu ashrams all over the world. The children for whom we work already, face enough pyschological and identity problems.

 Being a volunteer is devoting oneself to others, sharing with them, giving, learning, watching, feeling, living, creating things with them. However, it is also a difficult step to integrate oneself into an existing system (in a different culture, with different habits and many things you may not understand!)

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

Maximum four volunteers (M/F) at same time ;

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: Regional Center
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-CPCS-Regional Office
Type de projet: Projet educatif,Animation pour les enfants
Frais de participation au projet: 450 EUR
Descriptions:

CPCS was founded in 2002 to answer the children’s needs in the streets of Nepal. Every year, hundreds of kids, hundreds of kids, attracted by the allure of the “big city”, leave their villages. Once there, .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

CPCS was founded in 2002 to answer the children’s needs in the streets of Nepal. Every year, hundreds of kids, hundreds of kids, attracted by the allure of the “big city”, leave their villages. Once there, they discover the harsh realities of life in the streets and are left on their own to face multiple forms of danger and abuse (moral, sexual and physical).
CPCS was created to support these children and youth and to prevent more children from ending up in the streets.
The organization’s work can be divided into three steps:
1. 
Prevention (prior to and during the street life): set of interventions focused in two ways:
–prevent and, if possible, avoid the arrival of the child in the street
–create awareness among general public, the families and the children themselves on the realities of life in the Streets (its causes, its daily routines and its consequences).
2. 
Risk reduction (during life in the streets): short-term perspective focusing on immediate reduction of the dangers of street life.
3. 
Social rehabilitation (the life after living in the streets): long-term perspective focusing on progressive and eventual reintegration of a child into society.
(Deinstitutionalisation)
CPCS International and its local partners currently run four regional centers (Sindhuli – CRPC, Dolakha – CPCR, Morang – ORCHID, Kathmandu – CPCS NGO) backsupporting 41 local centers (where CLASS (CPCS Local Action Support and Services) programs are being held.
Daily, up to 
850 children are being helped with our organization’s activities, 400-500 children are supported by our socialization or rehabilitation centers, 1600 ex-street children and children at risk go to school and several dozens receive medical or legal support.  

A propos du travail de volontaire

The Regional Center is focusing on supporting more than 250 children and families through schooling, medical and legal support, etc. It is very similar to the Dolakha Center but without Residential perspectives for the children.  

A video shows the programs on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0g64PNbduzY 


Exigences

1. Being 18 years old.
2. Being autonomous and independent. This is an important condition to be able to work in the existing structure. The volunteer must not be a burden to the team. He/she has to manage his daily routine and transportation himself, and be able to deal with the difficulties that come with distant travels (cultural, social, medical, practical).
3. Being prepared and informed about the country, reading the documents about the project and undertaking steps to raise funds (as a participation to the project and its centers and departments).
4. Being insured by an insurance company that covers medical repatriation, and support costs (even in case of conflicts/earthquakes in the country or the need of an helicopter evacuation).
5. Coming to Nepal with an active, respectful and social attitude. Some remarks:
a. There are excellent travel agencies that organise trips to Nepal (and the Nepalese economy needs them). You can contact them for a touristic trip.
b. The hippie scene in Kathmandu is over since 30 years. Go to Amsterdam, it’s closer….
c. To meditate and resource yourself, there are excellent Buddhist centers and Hindhu ashrams all over the world. The children for whom we work already, face enough pyschological and identity problems.


Being a volunteer is devoting oneself to others, sharing with them, giving, learning, watching, feeling, living, creating things with them. However, it is also a difficult step to integrate oneself into an existing system (in a different culture, with different habits and many things you may not understand!)  

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

- Maximum 2 volunteers
- Sports and/or cultural activities (only in the center) ;
- Helping during the Kitchen Club;
- Maintenance activities in the center (painting, etc., if the budget allows it) ;
- Musical and sports activities;
- Basic English is necessary for a good communication with the team;
- All meals with the children and/or the team
- Support in local schools
  

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: ENFANTS_DES_RUES
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-CPCS-CPCS2018
Type de projet: Animation pour les enfants,Projet social
Frais de participation au projet: 300 EUR
Descriptions:

CPCS a été fondée en 2002 pour répondre aux besoins des enfants des rues du Népal. Chaque année, des centaines d'enfants quittent leur village et famille pour rejoindre l'eldorado des villes. Commence alors pour beaucoup, une vie d'errance q .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

CPCS a été fondée en 2002 pour répondre aux besoins des enfants des rues du Népal. Chaque année, des centaines d'enfants quittent leur village et famille pour rejoindre l'eldorado des villes. Commence alors pour beaucoup, une vie d'errance qui les confrontera aux milles dangers et tentations que présente la rue (abus physiques, sexuels, moraux, drogues, délinquance, marginalité). CPCS travaille au Népal afin d'apporter un appui à ces enfants et jeunes et éviter que d'autres ne se retrouvent dans pareille situation. Notre système se répartit en trois démarches complémentaires :

1. Prévention : intervention centrée sur deux points : - essayer d’empêcher que l’enfant ne se retrouve dans la rue ; - créer des communautés villageoises, rassemblant enfants et parents, conscientes de la réalité de la vie dans la rue.

2. Réduction des risques : refuge immédiat et sécurité pour éviter, réduire ou prévenir les risques.

3. Réhabilitation : aide à long terme pour sortir de la marginalité et redevenir un membre de la société à part entière. Chaque jour, jusqu'à 850 enfants sont soutenus par nos activités de terrain, 400 à 500 enfants ont recours à nos refuges et centres de socialisation ou de réhabilitation, 1100 anciens enfants des rues et enfants à risques vont à l'école et plusieurs dizaines bénéficient de nos services médicaux et de soutien juridique.

CPCS travaille sur 25 programmes/actions au service de 1500 à 1800 enfants et jeunes des rues chaque mois :

1. Les refuges de socialisation abritant et impliquant entre 200 et 300 enfants chaque jour.

2. Le service d'éducation informelle (en rue) rencontrant et travaillant avec 150 à 200 enfants et jeunes chaque jour.

3. Les activités de terrain (simple) touchant entre 200 et 250 enfants, jeunes et adultes des rues chaque jour.

4. La ligne d'urgence 24h sur 24.

5. Les postes de santé qui soignent entre 600 et 800 enfants, jeunes et adultes des rues chaque mois.

6. Le programme de soutien psychologique qui épaule 120-150 enfants et jeunes par mois.

7. Les recherches sur les abus et autres sujets.

8. Les activités sportives pour 200 à 300 enfants par jour.

9. Les activités culturelles pour 200 à 300 enfants par jour.

10. Le programme "jeunes" pour 40 à 60 jeunes et adolescents (15-25 ans).

11. Les visites et la réunification familiale pour 50 à 100 enfants par mois.

12. Le soutien éducatif pour 1200 enfants (prévention et autres), projet CLASS 13. Les campagnes de conscientisation locale en collaboration avec les autorités. 14. Les classes d'alphabétisation et de socialisation pour 400-500 enfants chaque jour.

15. La conscientisation internationale à propos des droits de l'enfant et de la situation locale des enfants des rues.

16. Les réseaux locaux et les partenariats internationaux.

17. Les programmes de réhabilitation pour 100-150 enfants/jeunes.

18. l'hygiène et les problèmes vestimentaires pour 800 à 1200 enfants chaque mois.

19. La banque des rues qui possèdent 200 à 300 comptes bancaires effectifs pour enfants travailleurs.

20. Les activités extérieures (camps, pique-niques).

21. Les club cuisine qui nourrit 400 à 500 enfants chaque jour. 22. l'amélioration de l'estime de soi de l'enfant des rues.

23. Les librairies autogérées et les classes d alphabétisation pour 300 enfants.

24. Le processus de réhabilitation sociale propre à chaque enfant.

25. La protection et la sécurité des enfants. (soutien légal)



A propos du travail de volontaire

Les volontaires qui se rendront au Népal pour travailler avec nous auront à disposition un foyer où ils pourront vivre, apprendre à se connaître et élaborer ensemble le programme du lendemain. Selon la formule choisie, le volontaire sera amené à :

aider les enfants à faire leurs devoirs ;

les assister à la cuisine et dans leurs tâches ménagères ;

leur proposer des activités culturelles, artistiques ou sportives ;

prendre part aux tâches administratives.


A propos du logement sur placeLogement en chambre simple ou double dans une maison louée par l'association.

A propos de l'alimentation


Localisation du projet

Notre partenaire local dispose actuellement de huit implantations dans la vallée de Katmandou et de dix-huit autres centres régionaux (Butwal, Gorkha, Dolakha, Sindhuli, Jhapa, Narayangadh, Itahari, Lahan, Birtamod, Biratnagar, Katari, Sarlahi, Ramecchap, Chautara, Banepa, Hetauda, Surkhet et Nepalganj,…)


A propos des activités de loisirs possibles

Travail de 9h à 17h du lundi au vendredi (congé les samedis, dimanches et jours fériés népalais). Notre partenaire donne aux volontaires deux jours de congé par semaine, qu’ils peuvent choisir. Dans certains cas particuliers, les volontaires pourraient éventuellement bénéficier de deux ou trois jours de congé de suite ou plus pour, par exemple, prendre un week-end afin de passer du temps en dehors de la vallée de Katmandou ou revenir à Katmandou pour ceux et celles qui travaillent dans les villages.


Exigences

1. Avoir plus de 18 ans.

2. Être autonome et indépendant. Ce sont des conditions importantes à remplir afin de pouvoir travailler dans la structure existante.

3. Être prêt à s’informer sur le pays, avant le voyage, à lire les documents relatifs aux projets et à entreprendre des démarches pour lever des fonds pour les projets sociaux de l’organisation.

4. Etre protégé par un régime d’assurance/mutuelle qui assure la prise en charge des frais médicaux, de rapatriement et de soutien

 5. Aller au Népal dans un état d’esprit dynamique, respectueux et ouvert. et Niveau d’anglais correct ;

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet300 euro / mois pour le logement, le soutien au projet et les repas sur le projet (les repas en soirée ne sont pas compris, puisque les volontaires vivent dans une maison indépendante)

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: Teaching English to Buddhist Monks
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-WV-Teaching English to Buddhist Monks WV1
Type de projet: Projet educatif
Frais de participation au projet: 450 EUR
Documents du projet: SVI_We volunteer Nepal teaching english FR.pdf ;
Descriptions:

Le Népal abrite de nombreux magnifiques monastères bouddhistes. La plupart d’entre eux sont des monastères
tibétains construits par des réfugiés qui ont fui l’occupation du Tibet par la Chine. Une centaine de moines qui se sont
e .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

Le Népal abrite de nombreux magnifiques monastères bouddhistes. La plupart d’entre eux sont des monastères
tibétains construits par des réfugiés qui ont fui l’occupation du Tibet par la Chine. Une centaine de moines qui se sont
engagés dès le plus jeune âge à vivre une vie monacale vivent dans ces monastères. Ces derniers étudient et vivent
dans le monastère. La plupart du temps, lorsqu’ils étudient, ils n’utilisent que le tibétain et leurs opportunités
d’apprendre l’anglais sont très limitées. L’importante présence bouddhiste est la cause de l’implantation de
monastères dans toutes les régions du Népal. Bon nombre des monastères situés dans la vallée de Katmandou et ses
environs sont ouverts au public car ils constituent une richesse historique.
Dans le cadre de ce projet, vous formerez des jeunes moines bouddhistes âgés de 5 à 16 ans environ. Au sein du
monastère il a en permanence 30 à 40 jeunes moines qui seront répartis en deux classes, une pour les plus âgés et une
autre pour les plus jeunes.

A propos du travail de volontaire

Votre tâche principale consistera à enseigner l’anglais dans les écoles du village d’enfants tibétain ou dans les maisons
d’accueil pour enfants. Les monastères sont souvent des endroits très spacieux. La salle de prière et l’autel principal
se situent dans l’édifice central. Les autres parties du bâtiment sont réservées aux repas, à l’hébergement et vous
pourrez vous y reposer. Pendant la durée de votre volontariat vous serez encouragés à discuter avec les moines pour
qu’ils améliorent leur niveau de conversation.

A propos du logement sur place

Vous disposerez d’une chambre dans le monastère. Il s’agit d’un chambre toute simple avec un lit. La chambre se
situe près de la salle de bain et des toilettes. Vous la partagerez avec d’autres volontaires. Chaque chambre comporte
deux lits simples.

A propos de l'alimentation

Le petit-déjeuner est servi à 7h et sera constitué d’une tasse de thé et de biscuits. Le déjeuner est servi à 11h et se
compose souvent d’un plat appelé dall bhat (riz, lentilles et légumes). A 14h vous bénéficierez d’une deuxième pause
thé. Le dîner est servi autour de 19h et vous mangerez encore du dall bhat. Les repas sont simples mais ils sont
délicieux et très nourrissants.

Localisation du projet

Le monastère se situe à une demie-heure de route depuis le centre-ville dans un village nommé Switchatar, dans le
district de Katmandou. Le nom du monastère est Karma Ngedhon osal choekhorling

Exigences

Il n’y a pas de conditions préalables pour participer à notre projet. Toutefois être une personne patiente et avoir une
réelle envie d’enseigner et d’aider les enfants seront vos principaux atouts. Le sens de l’humour est un petit plus !

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: Children Development
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-WV-Children Development WV4
Type de projet: Projet educatif
Frais de participation au projet: 450 EUR
Descriptions:

The children’s development program is one of the major activities of We Volunteer Nepal integrated community approach supported by its full time staff and volunteers. The aim of the program is to protect the rights of all children in the communi .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

The children’s development program is one of the major activities of We Volunteer Nepal integrated community approach supported by its full time staff and volunteers. The aim of the program is to protect the rights of all children in the community by providing access to a basic, quality education, and developing their life skills. 

The program helps schools becoming communities in which young people feel cared for and learn to care in return – communities in which they are helped to develop the practical skills needed to function productively in society, and the ethical and intellectual understanding needed to function humanely and wisely. 

A propos du travail de volontaire

During this project, volunteers will have to:

Assist local teachers.

Teach children motor and kinesthetic skills.

Play games and rhymes with children.

Supervise supports activities.

Provide childcare support.

Create teaching/learning resources.

Organize student excursions.

A propos du logement sur place

A simple room with a bed. Once the volunteers arrive in Nepal, they will sleep two nights in the volunteers' house at Kathmandu. Afterwards, they will sleep inside the monastery where they will teach english. We advise people to bring a sleeping bag and mosquito net. 

A propos de l'alimentation

You will have 3 meals as well as tea and coffee at the project site. Breakfast occurs at 7:00 am and consists of a cup of tea and biscuits. Lunch is served at 11:30 am and usually includes dall/bhat( rice, lentils and vegetables). Dinner is at around 7:00 pm and is once more dall/bhat. The food is very simple but also extremely delicious and filling. Food is only included at the project site:  if during the weeks-ends you want to visit, you will have to buy your meals. 

Localisation du projet

Chitwan District is a district of Narayani Zone, administrative headquarters of Chitwan district is Bharatpur, situated in Central Development Region of Nepal.


A propos des activités de loisirs possibles

Jungle safari is one of the most amazing trips in Nepal, as it is a rich country with an exceptional bio diversity and a beautiful natural environment. The tropical jungles of the Tarai preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. There are also outdoor adventure sports into the wilderness to see wild animals, birds and natural beauty. You can either ride on an elephant’s back or on a four wheeler jeep accompanied by a fully trained guide (naturalist) to view the nature and animals.

Exigences

No specific skills or qualifications are required while volunteering in the child development program, but volunteers who love spending time with kids are appreciated.



Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

1 month or more

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: Assist Orphans
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-WV-Assist Orphans WV3
Type de projet: Projet educatif
Frais de participation au projet: 540 EUR
Descriptions:

Nepal had suffered a long age of insurgency and conflict. Many children were left homeless and lost their parents. This project provides the volunteers a chance to make some difference to such deprived children by helping them on day-to-day work s .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

Nepal had suffered a long age of insurgency and conflict. Many children were left homeless and lost their parents. This project provides the volunteers a chance to make some difference to such deprived children by helping them on day-to-day work such as sanitation, learning, recreation and extracurricular activities such as drawing, painting, singing, and dancing.

A propos du travail de volontaire

The main role of the volunteer is to make children feel being with someone who cares about them. Volunteers are not supposed to make a dramatic change or contribution to these kids. Simply sharing your honest feeling, playing and having fun with them can also give positive impact on their daily life. Main objective of this volunteer project is to bring mental, intellectual, physical and social improvement to these kids.

A propos du logement sur place

A simple room with a bed. Once volunteers arrive, they will spend their first and second night at the volunteers house located in Kathmandu. During the project, they will live with the host family. We advice people to take a sleeping bag and mosquito net with them. 

A propos de l'alimentation

You will have 3 meals as well as tea and coffee at the project site. Breakfast occurs at 7:00 am and consists of a cup of tea and biscuits. Lunch is served at 11:30 am and usually includes dall/bhat( rice, lentils and vegetables). Dinner is at around 7:00 pm and is once more dall/bhat. The food is very simple but also extremely delicious and filling. Food is only included at the project site:  if during the weeks-ends you want to visit, you will have to buy your meals. 

Localisation du projet

Kathmandu is the capital of the kingdom, situated in a valley which is an open air museum of famous sites, ancient temples and shrines, golden pagodas and are inspiring deities, is a city of inexhaustible historic artistic and cultural interest. Several beautiful and interesting villages and towns surrounding the valley offer ideal destinations for mini treks. The dazzling Himalayan peaks are visible from several points on the mountains around the valley.

Transportation is convenient and inexpensive. Medical service is quite good. Shoppers may purchase unusual gifts and souvenirs from an interesting assortment of items such as handicrafts, carpets, wooden art works, bronze casting and metal work, thankas, Nepali paper prints and readymade garments.

A propos des activités de loisirs possibles

Jungle safari is one of the most amazing trips in Nepal, as it is a rich country with an exceptional bio diversity and a beautiful natural environment. The tropical jungles of the Tarai preserve some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. There are also outdoor adventure sports into the wilderness to see wild animals, birds and natural beauty. You can either ride on an elephant’s back or on a four wheeler jeep accompanied by a fully trained guide (naturalist) to view the nature and animals.

Exigences

No specific skill or qualification is required while volunteering in Nepal for orphanage project, but volunteers with interest in social development of children and who love spending time with kids are appreciated. Furthermore, SVI requires a B1 level of english. 

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

Long term project: 1 month or more

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: Agriculture Project
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-WV-Agriculture Project WV2
Type de projet: Projet agricole
Frais de participation au projet: 450 EUR
Descriptions:

Welcome to agriculture and organic farming in Nepal!  

Nepal is an agriculture based country: this activity is the main source of food, income and employments for the majority of the population. Furthermore,  about 80% of the popul .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

Welcome to agriculture and organic farming in Nepal!  

Nepal is an agriculture based country: this activity is the main source of food, income and employments for the majority of the population. Furthermore,  about 80% of the population lives in rural areas and depends on agriculture for livelihood. The goal of the project is to minimize the negative impact on environment, economically empowering the society and growing healthy food through the bio-dynamic philosophy.

If you are interested to learn more about organic farming training and techniques, get involved in this organic farm project! Farming volunteer abroad program is design to promote organic farming and benefit volunteers as well as local farmers! 

A propos du travail de volontaire

Farming is a good way to help community farmers while gaining valuable experience about organic techniques. 

A typical week in the Agriculture farm consists in collaborating with local community people and international volunteers. The farm produces many different types of seedlings to distribute them freely to the community people. We Volunteer Nepal believes that by doing these activities, people will able to raise awareness, to preserve the environment and make it a healthy one.

A propos du logement sur place

A simple room with a bed. Once volunteers arrive, they will spend their first and second night at the volunteers house located in Kathmandu. During the project, they will live with the host family, at the farm. We advice people to take a sleeping bag and mosquito net with them. 

A propos de l'alimentation

You will have 3 meals as well as tea and coffee at the project site. Breakfast occurs at 7:00 am and consists of a cup of tea and biscuits. Lunch is served at 11:30 am and usually includes dall/bhat( rice, lentils and vegetables). Dinner is at around 7:00 pm and is once more dall/bhat. The food is very simple but also extremely delicious and filling. Food is only included at the project site:  if during the weeks-ends you want to visit, you will have to buy your meals. 

Localisation du projet

In the community of Sultana, in Chitwan District, where the vegetation is abundant and the fauna and flora is the most varied, you will have the chance to participate in jungle safaris, beautiful hikes or discover the Buddhist culture in different historical sites.

A propos des activités de loisirs possibles

Jungle safari is one of the most amazing trips in Nepal, as it is a rich country with an exceptional bio diversity and a beautiful natural environment. The tropical jungles of the Tarai preserves some of the best wildlife habitat in the subcontinent. There are also outdoor adventure sports into the wilderness to see wild animals, birds and natural beauty. You can either ride on an elephant’s back or on a four wheeler jeep accompanied by a fully trained guide (naturalist) to view the nature and animals.

Exigences

 Their duties and responsibilities depend on the resume they provide before the participation. CV is required.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

1 month min

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: Everest Innovative School
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-I_NEP-LMTV5-2017
Type de projet: Projet educatif,Animation pour les enfants
Frais de participation au projet: 350 EUR
Descriptions:

NOUVEAU PARTENAIRE 

Everest Innovative School is a Private English school that offers schooling from playground to class nine. To give better education to their own kids and community children, community people started the school. For t .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

NOUVEAU PARTENAIRE 

Everest Innovative School is a Private English school that offers schooling from playground to class nine. To give better education to their own kids and community children, community people started the school. For that they have collected money themselves to run the school. This school has 102 students with 16 staffs.

A propos du travail de volontaire

The aim of the program is to provide strong English language and speaking environment for children, youth and develop their English communicative skills and writing.

You will be teaching English course book as prescribed by the school co-coordinating with local English teacher. Volunteers will organize various learning extracurricular activities through students for example, health and civic education, games, drawing, painting, sports activities, quiz contest, awareness raising activities in the community through students, debate, music class etc.
Other Activities
• Play education games with kids
• Develop manual according to the students need prioritizing to the listening and speaking classes.
• Go for hiking, educational tour, case study and other activities so that student can have the real experience in their learning practice.
• Be a real model, think that student will like to follow what you do, so forbid smoking and drinking intoxicate thing in front of students.
• Run extra English language classes for students if they eager to learn either after school or in holidays, i.e. if the school is closed.
Note: Volunteers should pay for outdoor activities:

A propos du logement sur place

Volunteers will stay at the hostel which is located 30 minutes walking distance from the school. Hostel personnel will provide accommodation and food for the volunteers and they needs to share rooms with volunteers of other nationalities.
Volunteers will have their lunch at the school 01:00 and dinner at the hostel 7:30 to 8:00 pm. Food is local style, cooked by a Nepali family. The main types of food will be rice, lentil soup vegetables and pickle but once a week host family will provide you meat in your lunch or dinner. For vegetarians the choice is usually limited to vegetables, lentil soup and pickle.

Localisation du projet

Everest Innovative School is located in Bafal ,Tahachal , Kathmandu. The community content of Bafal area is , the community has both New people from other side of country and local people of Kathmandu mainly Newar community is found .Volunteers can observe local festival of the people & diversity of life because more than 25 caste people live here with their own cultural foundation.

Exigences

Volunteers must be 20 years old minimum.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

Program types and participation fees:
- Short Term: throughout the year from 2 weeks to 16 week. Starting any time of the year. Price for 1 month (4 weeks) 350 Euro and the extended fees: 50Euro/week

- Long Term: 10 months, starting August 07-08, tot fees 2575 Euro / 6 months starting August 07-08 tot fees 1750 Euro / 5months starting January 02-03 or August 07-08 total fees 1550 Euro

Notes : For the long terms , there are Camps at the Arrival and at the End of the Program : At the Arrival : the Language Classes and Cultural Excursion are included. At the End : 2 days Excursion with night stay out .
For the Short term : Orientation is given at the hostel and next day the volunteer will be taken to the project.
About transportation : We are responsible for Airport pick up and Drop off to Airport only .

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: RAMPUR MULTI PURPOSE TREE SPECIES NURSERY 2018
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-I_NEP-NEP-25/2018
Type de projet: Projet environnemental
Frais de participation au projet: 350 EUR
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A propos de l'organisation localeICYE Nepal

A propos du travail de volontaireRampur Multi-purpose Trees Species Nursery plays an instrumental role as an agent of healthy environment. The purpose of the nursery is to produce seedlings, distributing them to the local farmers and partners, and planting them in the conservation areas. At the same time, the project helps to train local partners and local farmers. The nursery is managed by a local coordinator who takes care of the plants and material needed for running a nursery. The nursery consists of various plants; multi-purpose tree species (China Berry, Silk Cotton, Ipil-ipil, Shisham, Bamboo, etc.), fruits (Litchi, Mango, Jackfruit, etc.) and flowers (Bougainvillea, Croton, Hibiscus, Gardenia, etc.). Main Activities Produce seedling, distributing them to the local farmers and partners and planting them in the conservation areas. Volunteer tasks To collect the seeds, place them in right order, and plant Create fence around the conservation areas and nurseries To water the plants Weeding, mulching and sowing Landscaping, transplanting Search for seedlings and bed Building If possible run some conservation and environment Awareness classes for the local community people in coordination with local RCDP staffs.

A propos du logement sur placeVolunteers will stay with the host family, sharing rooms with volunteers of other nationalities joining the same program. Lunch & dinner are provided at the host 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.

Localisation du projetThe nursery is situated in the southern part of Nepal, which is 120 km far from the capital city, Katmandu and 30 km far from RCNP.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetParticipation : 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.

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: COMMUNITY ENGLISH SCHOOL 2018
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-I_NEP-NEP-26/2018
Type de projet: Animation pour les enfants
Frais de participation au projet: 350 EUR
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A propos de l'organisation localeIYCE Nepal

A propos du travail de volontaireBashundhara Community English School is a Community school that offers schooling from class nursery to five. The community has been providing financial support to pay for the teachers and other infrastructures which will be needed for the school. This school has 80 students with 6 staffs. The aim of the program is to provide English language and speaking environment for children, youth and develop their English communicative skills. Main Activities Teaching: As a volunteer in this project, you will be teaching an English course book as prescribed by the school in coordination with local English teacher. Volunteer tasks Teach English Extracurricular activities: Volunteers will organize various extra-curricular learning activities for example, health and civic education, games, drawing, painting, sports activities, quiz contest, awareness raising activities in the community through students, debate, music class etc. Other Activities Play educational games with the kids. Develop manualities according to the students needs prioritizing listening and speaking classes. Go for hiking, educational tours, participate in case studies and other activities which provide a real learning experience for the volunteer. Be a role model for the children - no smoking and drinking allowed in front of students. Run informal classes for kids when the school is closed. Note: Outdoor extra activities must be funded by volunteers.

A propos du logement sur placeVolunteers will stay with the host family, sharing rooms with volunteers of other nationalities joining the same program. Lunch & dinner are provided at the host 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.

Localisation du projetBashundhara Community English School is located in a local Nepalese community in Chitwan District.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetParticipation : 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.

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: HOPAD 2018
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-I_NEP-NEP-28/2018
Type de projet: Animation pour les enfants
Frais de participation au projet: 350 EUR
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A propos de l'organisation localeICYE Nepal

A propos du travail de volontaireHOPAD (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.

A propos du logement sur placeVolunteers 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.

Localisation du projetHOPAD Child and Women Promotion Society is located in a local Nepalese community in Lalitpur District.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetParticipation : 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.

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: SHAHID MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 2018
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-I_NEP-NEP-37/2018
Type de projet: Projet social
Frais de participation au projet: 350 EUR
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A propos de l'organisation localeICYE Nepal

A propos du travail de volontaireThe aim of the program is to provide health care services in affordable cost with quality health services for the local people. At the same time to produce skilled health professional by providing them opportunity to explore their knowledge and skill. By then they could contribute to the needy people of the society. Main Activities It is community based Hospital .All type of Health care services is provided under one roof: diagnostic services, curative services, inpatient services, OPD services. All of treatment procedures are done by allopathic method and advance technology are always used to do Operation and other services .The hospital mainly known for Orthopedic surgery and physiotherapy services .But is have capability to provide all type of services under one roof. It is 100bedded well equipped hospital in the content of Nepal but for foreign candidate it won't be well organized and well managed because of system varies in western country and developing country. Volunteer tasks The tasks of volunteer depends on her/his qualifications and the education background. For the doctor, the management team of Sahid will provide opportunity to work under the supervision of them. So the volunteer can follow the doctors´ round to observe the treatment type and procedure . For the nurse, the chief of nurse is responsible to manage her/his work division.The main focus will be on patient care , taking vital signs, giving medication, providing health care counseling, taking care of the patient in the ER, ICU and operation ward etc. For the physiotherapist, the physiotherapy department is responsible to provide them job. Basic manual skills are performed for the patient either for the patients or for OPD patients. The hospital management is guiding in every step for the volunteer to avoid confusion on work since the treatment procedure is very different in Nepal comparing to other countries.

A propos du logement sur placeVolunteers will stay in the Kalanki hostel which is located nearby The hospital. It takes only 5 minutes walking for you to reach hospital so there is no need of transportation to reach the project from Hostel. You will be sharing rooms with volunteers of other nationalities joining the same program. Lunch & dinner are provided at the hostel. Food is local style mainly but there the hostel cook may serve different type of Nepalese and Indian food .The main types of food will be rice, lentil soup and vegetables but once a week hostel person will provide you meat in your lunch or dinner. For vegetarians the choice is usually limited to rice, vegetables, lentil soup and pickle.

Localisation du projetThe project is located at the heart of Kalanki-Chock .Which is the crossroad for capital inout.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetParticipation : 4 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.

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: HORAC 2018
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-I_NEP-NEP-42/2018
Type de projet: Animation pour les enfants
Frais de participation au projet: 350 EUR
Descriptions:

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A propos de l'organisation localeICYE Nepal

A propos du travail de volontaireHome of Rescued Afflicted Children is looking after 36 orphans who have arrived from different parts of Nepal. The orphanage is run very systematically by Eleven highly committed members in the management committee. It also has Four other staffs to support different activities the orphanage undertakes. The main aim of the program is to provide food, shelter and education for orphanage children. Main Activities The orphanage works by the motto - if orphaned children are kept in a homely atmosphere and given love and affection then they will become good citizen of the nation. The orphanage is dedicated to helping these children achieve a bright future for them. Volunteer tasks A Teach health and sanitation Entertain and run activities like games Help children wash their face and brush their teeth Help children 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 the children Educational and cultural visits Go to the school with the children 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

A propos du logement sur placeVolunteers will stay in inside of the project with project manager's family, sharing rooms with volunteers of other nationalities joining the same program. Lunch & dinner are provided with the children of orphanage at the residential area. 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 vegetables, lentil soup and pickle.

Localisation du projetHORAC is located in a local Nepalese community in Lalitpur District.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetParticipation : 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.

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: LIGHT FOR NEPAL 2018
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-I_NEP-NEP-44/2018
Type de projet: Projet pour des personnes handicapées,Animation pour les enfants
Frais de participation au projet: 350 EUR
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A propos de l'organisation localeICYE Nepal

A propos du travail de volontaireLight for Nepal is established in May 2005 in Kathmandu District. With a strong desire of offering free education, food and shelter for orphan and disadvantage children. Some of their parents have died due to the disease and some of their parents have unstable incomes, frequently move between different jobs and often move house amongst other reasons. There are currently 17 children from 3 years to 15 years. The aim of the program is to provide food, shelter and education for orphanage and disadvantages children. Main Activities Light of Nepal has a strong desire to offer free education, food and shelter for orphans and disadvantaged children. Some of the children´s parents have died due to the disease and some parents have unstable incomes, frequently move between different jobs and often move to other houses, etc. There are currently 17 children from 3 to 15 years old. Volunteer tasks The volunteer will be: Teaching health and sanitation. Entertaining and run activities like games. Helping the children wash their faces and brush their teeth. Helping them in their studies. Making sure they eat properly, including serving them or being with them to encourage to eat and make them feel cared for and loved. Preparing them for school, including ensuring their uniforms are clean and proper. Checking if the children are clean and net at all times. Some additional (extra) responsibilities for the volunteer: Going for sightseeing, picnic, to zoo with the children. Doing educational and cultural visits. Going to the school with the children. Doing sanitation of rooms. Washing the childrens´ clothes. Teaching the children drawing, songs and any musical instruments. Knitting and weaving the childrens´ torn clothes. Note: Outdoor extra activities must be funded by the volunteer.

A propos du logement sur placeThis is a residential project so the volunteer will stay inside the project, sharing rooms with volunteers of other nationalities joining the same program. Lunch & dinner are provided at the project. 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 project person will provide you meat in your lunch or dinner. For vegetarians the choice is usually limited to vegetables, lentil soup and pickle.

Localisation du projetLight for Nepal is located in a Nepali community in Kathmandu District and mainly local people of Kathmandu Valley . Drive by cab takes 45 minutes from the Airport.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projetParticipation : 4 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.

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Drapeau de NépalNépal: PHOTO JOURNALISM
Date: Projet Permanent
Code de projet: NP-VIN-VINL/MTV09 - C/2017
Type de projet: Projet artistique,Aide aux victimes de catastrophe,Projet social,Séminaire / étude / conférence
Frais de participation au projet: 540 EUR
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Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) La VIN est une des rares organisations népalaises actuellement actives au Népal dont la mission soit de soutenir l’émancipation des groupes marginalisés et responsabiliser les populations en les incitant à .... Info

A propos de l'organisation locale

Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) La VIN est une des rares organisations népalaises actuellement actives au Népal dont la mission soit de soutenir l’émancipation des groupes marginalisés et responsabiliser les populations en les incitant à la solidarité. Nos projets se déroulent tout au long de l’année. Nos bénévoles ont le plaisir d’assister un organisme actif dans l’amélioration de la qualité de vie des Népalais en mettant un accent particulier sur l’éducation de groupes désocialisés tels que les femmes et les jeunes.

A propos du travail de volontaire

Notre partenaire recherche un volontaire ou stagiaire photographe afin de mettre en lumière les problèmes les plus urgents qui touchent les communautés les plus marginalisées au Népal.  C’est une occasion d’observer une partie de la population au Népal, de raconter son histoire, de contribuer à sensibiliser la population à son sort et d’alléger la détresse des plus défavorisés au Népal. Vous  aiderez notre partenaire à décrire la situation afin de faire du Népal un endroit plus agréable à vivre.

  • Effectuer des recherches et se familiariser avec les problèmes du Népal.
  • Visiter différents endroits où les problèmes sont particulièrement urgents.
  • Capturer en image ces problèmes.
  • Contribuer à la sensibilisation de la population aux problèmes du Népal grâce à l’exposition médiatique.

A propos du logement sur place

La VIN se charge de vous procurer un logement lors de votre prise en charge et de votre placement. Vous serez logé deux à trois nuits dans un hôtel à Thamel, dans le district de Katmandou, puis logé dans une famille d’accueil ou un monastère ou un couvent. Les frais d’hébergement sont couverts par le prix d’inscription. Les chambres seront privées ou partagées. Dans la plupart des cas, vous devrez partager les sanitaires avec votre famille d’accueil, les moines ou les nonnes. Il est important que vous réalisiez que les standards d’hygiènes répondront aux normes locales. Les infrastructures pourront parfois être très basiques et ne pas répondre aux normes occidentales.

A propos de l'alimentation

Les frais d’inscription couvrent les repas. Vous recevrez au moins deux repas par jour, ce qui correspond aux normes locales. Il s’agira normalement de Daal Bhat, une soupe de lentilles et de riz, de curry de légumes et de légumes marinés. Vous pouvez bien entendu agrémenter ce régime d’autres aliments à vos frais. La nourriture et le logement proposés par la VIN ne sont assurés que sur la période prévue pour votre prise en charge et à l’endroit où vous serez logé. Vous résiderez auprès de familles d’accueil dans la plupart des cas et partagerez leurs repas. Si vous avez des besoins diététiques particuliers, merci de nous en informer avant votre arrivée au Népal. Vous pourrez visiter la région durant les week-ends, mais le logement et la nourriture seront à vos frais.

Localisation du projet

La communauté Jitpur se situe dans le district de Katmandou, à 11 km de la principale ceinture périphérique de Balaju, Katmandou. Les districts de Nuwakot et d'Okhaldhunga sont de belles régions montagneuses localisées dans la région népalaise de l’Everest qui ne reçoivent que peu de support et ne bénéficient pas d'activités de promotion du développement. Le plus court trajet pour venir par bus de Katmandou fait environ 250 km, ce qui représente une longue journée de trajet.

Informations supplémentaires sur le projet

Les frais de participation s’élèvent à 540 € pour quatre semaines, chaque semaine supplémentaire coûte 70 €. La durée minimale d’un séjour à Okhaldhunga est de douze semaines. Le transport coûte 100 € additionnels.

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