Saturday, July 19, 2008


So far as placement is concerned stay in a family where they are offered Nepali food twice a day (around 9 o'clock in the morning and 7o'clock in the evening). Tea is served in the morning and afternoon. Usually school, local organization/club/women groups and Health post at easy distance away and the volunteers will have to teach 3-4 classes everyday. Generally school/organization starts at 10 a.m. and is over at 4 p.m. More often than not, school runs 6 days a week and Saturday is a holiday. On that day the volunteers can get together and share their experiences. They can travel to nearby towns to purchase things for daily use and other areas in case of longer vacation. Besides their teaching time, volunteers can utilize their spare time in organizing the youth and women's groups of the community to do some worthwhile activities regarding avoidance of plastic materials and raise awareness about income generating programs.


  • The training to be provided by Future Nepal will be given within the first week of the volunteers' arrival in Nepal. At first the volunteers will spend their time by learning Basic Nepali language classes and some terms ( how to adjust into Nepali people) at this class

  • Nepali cultural orientation/general cultural exchange.

  • Cultural tour of Kathmandu Valley :- A guided tour of Kathmandu valley will be organized to visit the important touristic, cultural, and religious sites of the Kathmandu valley (Sight seen)

  • Target areas:-Generally we have focused the following Areas.Kathmandu/Lalitpur :- In the suburb and rural parts.

    Bhaktapur:- In the suburb and rural parts.

    Kaski:- It is the naturally gifted part of western Nepal.

    Chitwan:- Programs run any parts of the district. It is situated about 160 Kms. to the south of Kathmandu.

    Tanahun & Lamjung :- They are the neighboring districts of Kaski

    Gorkha :- It is one of the historical and religious places of western Nepal

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