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Pablo G. Capistrano (Spain) -
I have spent three months and half in Nepal, for almost two months collaborating with Future Nepal, my experience was great from the first day I arrived, Durga and all the family were so nice and welcoming, the project in Kathmandu at Himalaya School and the library and after at the Eco-Park in Chitwan were great, it’s been very interesting and could experience how helpful is Future Nepal to the community, I learned something new every day and laugh a lot.

Thank you family!! Hope to see you soon!! cheers!!

Ayse Ozkaya (Turkish)
I find the WWH from interestg and I connect to Future Nepal. Durga is suprising me because I found answer of my questions always in short time. I was so happy. Durga is a nice person, very friendly and she piked me up and brought to monastery. She is making her job seriously. I requested her to see local house and she brought me her community. I was so happy with this her behavior. Because at least I learnt how is the inside of house, how is the life style in Nepal. Thank you

Olena Wrzesnewskyj-Cottrell
My trip to Nepal was an amazing cultural experience thanks to Future Nepal Friendship Organization. Working at the Eco Farm for three weeks was filled with hard work, laughter and friendship. Bishnu made sure all the volunteers got the most out of their experience living on the farm, offering expeditions outside of the village such as hiking and visiting the national park. Farming volunteers worked early mornings and evenings as it was too hot to work during the days. Our work consisted of weeding, cultivating the soil and planting crops. I highly recommend, to anyone who is interested in sustainable development and agriculture, to explore this adventure!

Julie Penin (France)
I worked for 2 months with Future Nepal. As my first experience as a volunteer, T am delighted about how everything went. I planned on teaching for 2 weeks at the monastery, then teaching for 4 weeks in a primary school and finally 2 weeks at the orphanage.
Everything was so well organised and everyone very friendly. Thank you very much Durga for your support and happy mood. I would recommend you to anyone who’s looking for volunteer work in Kathmandu.
I wish Future Nepal all the best for the future. Continue to develop your projects. You are doing amazing things for Nepali people. All my love.

Racheal (UK)
Dear Future Nepal, Thank you for all your kindness and support you have given me . The experience I recived is at stoering and I am impressed by the NGO is comment to supporting and chinging peoples lives have in Nepal.

I was very happy with the arrangment which where by the NGO who to be able to valunteer in Nepal to provide change to peoples likes rest future.
I have had the best experience here in helped as a volunteer from wonderful ability to teach future nursing students in Nepal. I am very greatful for Nepal Nepal to all allow to volunteer on the behalf. I hope to return again.Thank you.

Yiming Huang (China)
I workd for 2 weeks with Future Nepal. It is my first time to do volunteer in Nepal. I like beautiful environmental in Nepal and all of students. All I have seen in Nepal are so interesting. Thanks for Future Nepal!

Krishna Joshi (USA)
I really enjoyed my time at monastery teaching English to 3 different classes. I soon used to the 5 am wake up going and chatting, was also to enjoy the company of the monks outside of lesson and get an insight into life as a monk. Teaching English required me to think on the great and was challenging at times, but I soon get used to it. I wish I could have stayed longer than 2 weeks so the monks had more continue in their. I would recommend volunteering were and Future Nepal gives a warm welcome to volunteers when you first arrive, which really helped me settle into a new country.

Xiao Feng Zhang (China)
It was a good time when we worked. It was the time that I couldn’t forget in my whole life. And I hope that Nepal will become more stronger.

Zhi Jiam Xie (China)
It’s a great experience for me to meet many Chinese friends and foreigners and visit the Nepal culture. I believe I can’t forget this trip which make me crazy. And I played with the children who are so cute and beautiful. Thanks to for this trip.

Jianhua Chen (China)
Nepal, thecharming country. I,m so glad that I can been here. I stay here for two weeks. And teach the local children, play games with them. What a nice experience. I hope I can ne a volunteer and do more meaninggil things for local children.

Pieere Li (China)
It was my forst voluntary experience in my whole life and I will never forget about it. Bishnu and Durga, a so kind and enthusiastic couples. You are contributing the voluntary activities, youa re helping for the children and i have learned a lot from you. Best wish!

Courtney Younkle (USA) 

I cannot express enough my appreciation of your patience, and your friendship. You have been such an amazing teacher and mentor these I got 4 weeks. I have had such a great time in Nepal, both volunteering and while traveling. You made me feel so welcome here in Nepal, and I am so grateful for that. I've had so much fun here in Nepal, have met so many wonderful people, and have made many lasting friendships. Thank you so much for this opportunity, I will never forget it, and I will never forget you! Please keep in touch! Much Love Courtney(USA)

Cristina Valdivia - USA,

I had such an amazing time here in Nepal. I will miss it very much but most of all I will miss you, your family and my host family. Thank you for being so wonderful to me you were always there when I needed advice or help and deeply appreciate that. If you ever need anything at all please never hesitate to contact me. I will miss you and this beautiful country. Take care my lovely and beautiful friend. Love Cristina x.x.

Aletheia Bligh-FlowerUK),

Dearest Durga, thank you so much for organizing such a wonderful home for us to stay in wonderful placement and wonderful language classes! “Derai ramro chha!”. We have learned so much and have had such a memorable experience have. I’m sine we will be back. Thank you for your kindness! all our love, “Pheri bhetaula!” Aletheia and 

Philip Yeung (Hong Kong ), 

I joined the health and Sanitation program for 3 weeks and most of my time spent in the health post was spent taking the blood pressure and temperature of the patients who come. I would also observe the Auxiliary Health workers (knowledgeable individuals who would take on the job of a Physician even though they weren’t officially trained in medicine) as they diagnosed the problem and prescribed medication. For me, it was the first time I saw a scabies patient or a Tuberculosis patient and it was a learning experience. If you are also a health student I would recommend bringing your own set of diagnostic tools such as your stethoscope and penlight. Besides working at the health-post, I also interacted with some of the villagers and I would say that this was the favorite part of my journey.

Emily Tsai (New York)

Thank you so much for everything!! I had a wonderful time in Nepal visiting Kathmandu, volunteering at Clinic Nepal in Meghauli- Chitwan and trekking. I felt so welcome here, and I am greatful for all of your help organizing my first visit to Nepal. I hope to return soon, and I hope to see you again!! You are such a warm, welcoming person. I wish you the best for the future. Thank you again!!

Ziga Sustersic(Slovenia) 

I learn , enjoyed many things during my stay in Nepal, but I will remember it the most by one thing. That is beautiful Nepalese people. Working with them, learning their language and culture, playing and simply their lifestyle was sometimes challenging but in general beautiful experience. Organization prepared me very well for the visit, providing me some useful language and cultural information, which is really helpful especially if you are facing Nepalese culture for the first time.

Robin Kabir Tear-Uk

I was very happy with teaching in Parsadap. The Nepal classes were excellent I just wish I was a faster learner, Durga you an excellent teacher. Sita and the family looked after us so well. The house was perfect and it was a delight to be mound so much greenery and animals. The principle of paramount school is very nice and hospitable person.

Cameron Hawke-Smith
I chose to go to Nepal because I wanted to find a country as unlike Britain as I could. That I certainly achieved. I chose to volunteer because I wanted not to see the country as a tourist sees it, but to understand it as someone living and working there. The two placements were an outstanding opportunity to do just this. The first placement was very positive: I learnt how people live on almost nothing, coped with daily cuts in electricity, shortage of water, and political shutdowns, but always managed to stay calm and happy. The second placement gave me an entirely different set of insights. I had perhaps thought as a westerner that Buddhism had some of the answers to our global problems. I still think there is something in this, but I learnt also that even the most idealistic institutions have their shortcomings. We are all human.

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Welcome to Inside Nepal Travel and Volunteer program!
Are you looking for a volunteer work experience, career break, or just a meaningful travel experience, Inside-Nepal offers a variety of volunteering programs in Nepal. When you volunteer in Nepal with us you receive a great volunteering experience and are guaranteed a professional support network to guide you throughout your stay in Nepal. Socially acceptable and financially independent volunteering program are located in multicultural environment where people are helping and hospitable.Our Volunteer programs are the perfect way to help others, make a difference, find purpose, enjoy a meaningful conversation, feel involved, use your skills in a productive way, develop new skills, meet new people,explore new areas of interest, impress yourself, expand your horizons, make new friends and Strengthen your resume.
Our Volunteer opportunities: Teaching English
Homestay and Cultural Exchange
Health Post Volunteer Program (Medical Internship)

Volunteer Programs

Teaching English:

Teaching English to the children in Nepal is at times challenging, but seeing their progression and enthusiasm make the overall experience extremely satisfying. The volunteers will get the opportunity to teach students who are eager to improve their conversational English skills. Volunteers in this program will teach English to children in government schools; you can also teach in other disciplines such as math, science, music, geography, art, dance, etc. Depending on your specific area of expertise.

The students that you will be teaching range from 5-16 years old, and are typical in groups of around 30-50 students per class. The subject material that you will be teaching i.e. the curriculum for the key subjects will be taken from the Nepali students' standard book. However volunteers are also encouraged to create their own lesson plans; lots of inspiration for classes can be found online as well.

Each institution has its own permanent staff member who assists volun…