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M17915 has trained and deployed over 1200 volunteers from around the world to placements throughout Nepal. M17915 provides volunteer opportunities in various areas such as teaching English, Job-Training, Environmental Awareness, Primary Health care, Computer Literacy, assisting at Orphanage home and Income Generation. We also provide Cultural Exchange and Homestay programs. Volunteer opportunities are available all-year-round, to individuals or groups, in locations throughout Nepal.
M17915 is committed to providing you with a customized volunteer experience that will meet your needs while providing a valuable service to the people of Nepal. M17915 is a formally registered Non-Governmental Organization, affiliated with the Social Welfare Council in Nepal. This organization was established and is managed by experienced Nepalese with the goal of improving lives while providing a unique and low-cost way for foreigners to experience Nepal and to make a difference.
M17915 creates a favorable environment and generous assistance to those who want to offer their services to the people of Nepal. M17915 provides intensive Nepali language lessons and cultural information to enable volunteers to quickly adapt to their placement village/family and to contribute to their program quickly. In addition to general cultural information, specific attention is given to gender and social issues, as well as TEFL training.
What makes M17915 different from the other organizations that offer similar programs?
- Over 1200 volunteers from various 45 countries have gone through our programs
- Our language and cultural trainers are qualified professionals, with prior experience as trainers for US Peace Corps volunteers
- NGOs from countries such as New Zealand have partnered with us because we provide a great program which successfully prepares individuals for the challenges of working in a developing country
- In addition to training and deploying 1200 volunteers, we established and maintain 14 resource centers with libraries and computers.