A Broader View has hosted hundreds of university student groups, peace corps alternative teens, and family volunteer programs in our Nepal medical, dental, and social welfare projects. We offer housing for up to 25 volunteers. It is possible to personalize groups of five or more people who want to volunteer together. A Broader View Volunteers has extensive experience organizing individualized service trips for small groups with students, teachers, and families in Nepal.
Nepal is a magical Himalayan nation with a landscape that is unusually diverse. It is a haven for trekking, mountain biking, and hiking because it is home to eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest. In addition, the country is well-known for its numerous stunning temples and places of worship, jungle safaris, river rafting, and national wildlife parks. With common sights like cows walking down the street, Buddhist monks talking on cell phones, and local children playing on 1000-year-old temple ruins, Nepal offers visitors a mix of ancient and modern.
Volunteer Nepal Kathmandu Review Judith Seebohm Nurse Program Abroaderview.orgVolunteer Nepal Kathmandu Review Judith Seebohm Nurse Program Abroaderview.org Nearly half of them are under the age of 18. The majority of people in Nepal live on less than $1000 per year, making it one of the world’s poorest nations. Agriculture still provides for nearly eighty percent of the population. Poverty is extremely widespread and unemployment is close to 50%. The youth of Nepal make up a significant portion of the population—nearly half. Numerous children are homeless, orphaned, abandoned, or living on the streets.
Working with At-Risk youth, infants, and toddlers in rural villages, community clinics, and other rural settings is a safe and rewarding experience in our programs. Engage in meaningful community service while learning about Nepal’s people, sights, smells, and tastes.