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Nepal Volunteer in Nepal

"The host family were extremely welcoming and made me feel as if I became a part of the family despite the language barrier. I was included in all family events and was spoiled. I would definitely recommend volunteering in Nepal, an experience I will never forget."

Rebecca Airey, UK

Volunteer in Nepal – Support Remote Communities

Nepal, a country famed for its majestic Himalayas and rich culture, offers a perfect opportunity to make a meaningful impact through community-based volunteering. In this land of contrasts, where towering landscapes meet vibrant towns, volunteers have the chance to provide essential healthcare services to remote communities and support local healthcare systems.

Why Volunteer in Nepal?

Choosing to volunteer in Nepal on medical and healthcare projects is not just about offering your skills; it’s about becoming a part of a community and contributing to its wellbeing in profound ways.

  1. Healthcare in Remote Areas: Many regions in Nepal, especially in remote and rural areas, have limited access to medical services. As a volunteer, you will be part of medical camps that bring much-needed healthcare to these communities, making a direct impact on their lives.
  2. Support Government Hospitals: Volunteer in government hospitals in Nepal, where you can assist local medical staff, learn about healthcare challenges in developing countries, and contribute to improving patient care.
  3. Cross-Cultural Learning: Volunteering in Nepal allows for an immersive cultural experience. Learn from the local healthcare professionals and community members, and understand the unique healthcare practices and challenges in Nepal.
  4. Skill Development and Exchange: This experience is invaluable for medical professionals and students. Enhance your skills and knowledge in a diverse medical environment, while also sharing your expertise with local staff.
  5. Community Engagement and Impact: Beyond medical assistance, your presence and interaction with local communities contribute to a greater understanding and appreciation of different cultures, fostering mutual respect and learning.

Join Our Volunteer Programme in Nepal

Volunteering in healthcare in Nepal is an opportunity to witness the strength and resilience of its people, and to contribute to a sector that is vital for the country’s development. Whether you are conducting health checks in remote villages, assisting in a bustling city hospital, or engaging in public health education, your work as a healthcare volunteer in Nepal is invaluable.

Interested in making a difference in the lives of those in need while experiencing the unparalleled beauty of Nepal? Reach out to find out how you can join our medical and healthcare volunteering project in Nepal and be part of this rewarding journey.

Our Projects in Nepal

  • Nepal Community Medical Volunteer Project

    • Duration 2-16 Weeks
    • Prices from £660

    Volunteer on a range of medical projects in Nepal, including working in a hospital as a medical elective placement, or on a medical trek camp providing essential health care to remote communities.

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Rebecca Airey, UK

"The host family were extremely welcoming and made me feel as if I became a part of the family despite the language barrier. I was included in all family events and was spoiled. I would definitely recommend volunteering in Nepal, an experience I will never forget."

Rebecca Airey, UK

Climate and Geography

Sandwiched between two Asian giants, China and India, Nepal is a country of both toweringly high mountains, deep gorges, vast valleys and stretching lowlands.  The seasons are divided largely between wet and dry and temperatures get progressively colder as you move into higher altitudes in the north.

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Culture and History

Nepal’s rich history tells tales of multiple dynasties, fearsome monarchs, local and international conflicts and a thriving collection of ethnicities.  Quite heavily influenced by Indian and Tibetan traditions, the culture of the country stems largely from religious foundations.

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Wildlife and Biodiversity

Volunteers in Nepal will experience an array of landscapes from the lowest plains to the highest mountain,  the country is home to a wide range of animated fauna and flora.  From the shy red panda to the fearsome snow leopard, the country plays host to some of the worlds most loved species.

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