Group volunteering in Nepal is an excellent chance for teams to create a valuable social impact in developing and emerging countries. Volunteering within a group is ideal to improve your teamwork skills. Group Volunteering abroad in small groups will also deepen your work experience abroad and boost your career. Group volunteering in Nepal is the ideal opportunity to contribute to a meaningful cause together.
It is suitable for a youth organization, colleagues, close friends, or family, group volunteering offers a unique experience to invest your time in teaching in schools, teaching in monasteries, child development programs, medical and health programs, women empowerment, disabled centre, community development etc. Are you ready to show the world what you can achieve with some teamwork? Grab this opportunity to not only learn more about your new environment but also get to know each other in a completely new way. Come back stronger after your group volunteering experience abroad knowing you have done something meaningful and ready to tackle future challenges together.
Group Volunteering involves dedicating your time to a project focused on improving the circumstances of a community by providing education, humanitarian, or medical support. Volunteering can also include conservation efforts in favour of the environment. Doing this as a group allows you to volunteer together and contribute to one of the countless volunteer projects available worldwide. A group of friends, a team of co-workers, a sports team or a family, whatever group you belong to can make an impact. Explore some of the most exotic locations in the world, together.
"Me and Anika travelled to Kathmandu, Nepal in January 2017. We spent a week volunteering with the Volunteer World Nepal in Pepsicola Town Planning, Kathmandu. Our stay was highlighted by our hosts Umesh and Sanu Shrestha and their gorgeous baby Bidusha. They welcomed us so warmly and prepared as many meals. Our accommodation was simple but in a happy home, surrounded by flowers and plants,..."