Kathmandu, Nepal (general) 00977
977 9841420060BEST VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION(BVO Nepal)- offers wide range of volunteer program and Experience Nepal program.
We just create this organization for the benefits of both International Volunteer and Nepali communities,Our staff have 5 years of experience working various of national and international Volunteer organizations,
when you will join our Program then all of the food and acconmodationn cost (without bar bill and your personal expenses) and also Transport cost will be covered by the office,
also Included in your program-
----sight seeing------3 Days(able to see monkey temple,Pashupatinath,Bouddhanath,Durbar square these all places are included at UNIESCO world heritage site
-----TREKKING in Himalayas------- 4 days(able to see Fishtail,Dhaulagiri,Soth annapurna Himalayas and more culture and rural part of Nepal)
----White water RAFTING---- 2 Days(at Trishuli River,one night stay at bank of river with camp fire)
--------Jungle Safari------- 3 Days(able to see/do Bengal tiger,One horn rhino,elephant building center,Tharu cultural dance and program,Elaphant bathing,jungle walking with guide,view of sunset from the bank of river and much more fun
Our Volunteer program-
Teaching English at School
In our teaching placements you will teach in either a private or government school. The children will usually be aged between about 4 and 18. Their levels will vary according to age and may also differ depending on whether you teach in a private college or government school. The children attending private school are taught six of their classes in English and one in Nepali while in the government school students learn six of their classes in Nepali and only one in English. Also, English levels will vary if you are teaching in a village school or in Kathmandu. If you are teaching in a school you will live nearby in a host family, usually with children or a teacher from your school.
Working in Monastery -
There are many Buddhist monasteries across Nepal. If you are placed in a monastery you will be teaching English to young Buddhist monks. The young monks are sent to the monasteries to receive a better education and life but as some monasteries are home to as many as 50 to 100 hundred children, and more often than not there are not enough staff to care for them all properly, they miss out on the individual care they would receive in the home. Often their day to day health and diet is not good. You will not only help the monks with learning English, but you will help them with day to day health and hygiene skills they will keep for life. You may also participate in their morning prayer sessions and Tibetan language lessons.
Homestay and Cultural exchange -
The homestay and cultural exchange programs are for those wanting to do a short term placement of up to one month. You will live in a traditional Nepali family and exchange elements of your country’s culture with your host family. In the village, the culture is very rich, and family, food, religion and tradition are all an important part of everyday life. In the beginning, Nepali village life may seem backward compared to life in the west, but volunteers learn so much about living a different, more simple way of life. In the homestay and cultural exchange programs, the volunteer will become immersed in family life and may choose to assist with cooking, cleaning, caring for children, working in the fields, or any other necessary task.
Assist in orphanage home -
In our orphanage placements you will teach English, hygiene and care for children living in the children’s homes. You will either live with the children in separate quarters or in a host family nearby the orphanage home. You can play games and sports with the children or dancing and singing. You will have a lot of freedom in the Orphanage home placements. The children attend school during the day, so they often need help with their homework in the mornings and evenings.
Primary health care and medical program -
Experience medical students or professionals are best suited to our health care and medical programs. In our health placements you will be placed in a village hospital or health post and assist local doctors with the general health and hygiene needs of the villagers. You will live in a local host family, possibly with one of the doctors you are working with. We often arrange health posts in schools, villages and monasteries where we will provide you with medical supplies that you will give and administer to children and people in the villages.
Working in the disabled care house -
Environmental awareness -
There are many environmental issues that our volunteers can help with in Nepal. Many schools and surrounding areas desperately need re-vegetation and volunteers can help to develop these areas. Often,volunteers in environmental placements also teach in a local school or orphanage and will also live in a local host family. Some projects you might take part in are, planting gardens, trees, teaching local people about waste management and recycling, and building and maintaining a toilet.
Teaching Sports in a school -
In this placements volunteers with sports and recreation knowledge will participate in a standard teaching English or orphanage home placement but can offer their sports skills and knowledge to the students. The Nepali school system is examination based and often lacks the sorts of fun and games that Western students are used to. These kind of activities allow for students to be active and enjoy while they are learning.
for more information plez visit our site or contact to us
contact- Mr Bishal paudel
BVO Nepal- Adventure Volunteer and lifetime Experience
http://www.bestvolunteer.org ( under construction)
This is a non-campus group.
Geographical Scope: International
Added on 11-14-2007
Updated on 11-19-2007