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    Volunteer in Nepal with A Broader View Volunteers

    Volunteer in Nepal with A Broader View Volunteers

    Details

    • Listing Type: Gap Year Programs
    • Destinations: Nepal
    • Program Delivery: Residential
    • Credit Awarded: High School, College
    • Program Length: One Week, Two Weeks, Six Weeks, Four Weeks, Two Months, Quarter, Three Weeks, Five Weeks
    • Start Month: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
    • Category: Community Service
    • Selective: No
    • Gender: Coed
    • Ages: 16, 17, 18, 19+, 19
    • Housing: Homestay, Other
    • Minimum Cost: < $1,000
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    Overview

    Our volunteer programs in Nepal provide a safe, enriching experience working in a community clinic, rural village, with at risk youth, and little babies and toddlers. Take part in meaningful community service work, while discovering the people, sights, smells and tastes of Nepal.

    Volunteer Opportunities in Nepal
    PreMedical / PreNurse / EMT Students
    HIV Orphans & Community Care
    Dental Hospital
    Dental Student Internship
    Teaching (Monks Monastery)
    Teaching English
    Disabled Care Center
    Nepali Language Immersion
    Orphanage / Childcare Support
    Street Dog Care Shelter
    Women Empowerment / Agriculture
    Community Development
    Elderly Care

    Reviews (1)

    • Nepal Kathmandu
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      Reviewed on 11/07/2018 by GoingAbroad

      I am 18 years old and choose to volunteer in Nepal to experience a new culture and country and impact the lives of people from underprivileged country. I did the pre-nursing program to gain a greater experience in the medical field. While I was here I got to view future being put in and taken out, medical professionals giving medicine & taking vitals, simple dressings, and an endoscopy. I did not spend much time here, but the longer you stay the more they will teach you. I did enjoy experiencing a healthcare setting much different than one and the US. While at the hospital we got to explore around and new doctors and nurses in the EP, general ward, and pathology lab, so it was nice having a little priority. The country itself was amazing and very different than the one I am from. I loved getting to explore and learning about the country. Everyone here was very welcoming. I even got the inviting to have lunch at a nursing student’s home. The host family was also very welcoming and did a good job of making us feel safe and at home.
      If you have time I would take a weekend to go near Pokhara, I personally did not have time to leave the Kathmandu area because I came for a short amount of time. There are also several great areas to visit around the Kathmandu area that I got to experience.

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