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Volunteering and adveunture in Nepal

Volunteering and adveunture in Nepal

Volunteer will be teaching English Language to Buddhist Monks at the monasteries. There is no any specific curriculum for teaching has been set up; volunteer will help them with focusing to enhance English speaking knowledge of monks. Most of the monks have communicative English language with moderate pronunciation and accent.

Most of the monks are between 10 to 16 years of age, depending on monasteries size it varies numbers of learner’s number 15 to 70. Volunteers teach them 1 to 3 hours a day five days a week. The monasteries locations are situated in rural, urban and semi urban settings. We accept application for one week to three months and possibly extend more.

We accept volunteer through all discipline, volunteer do not have to be native English speaker as well as trained.

But as an English Language Instructor they most have basic knowledge about grammar. Further more volunteers have to be with strong zeal and opened mind.
Volunteer will be placed as per project need currently we run this program in Kathmandu, Pokhar, Pharping and Lamjung.

FOOD

Volunteer will get meal three times a day that can be expected rice lentil soup with vegetable two times a day and once a snack in noon that would be instant noodles, beaten rice and popcorn etc. Sometimes monastery from Pharping and Pokhara provide you with Tibetan food noodle and soup.

ACCOMMODATION

During volunteering you will be placed in a room inside monastery you will get you own room but apart from Pokhara monastery you have to share wash room with other monks.

There is program fee involved with our program please have a look on our web page we have clearly quoted that covers your food, accommodation, orientation, mini sightseeing, transportation and project support.

Interested ones can apply along with recent resume at following email add. We welcome all queries if you require any further information.

if you need any further questions then please visit our website http://handsforhelp.org.np