volonteering

Volunteering

The Volunteering is a unique opportunity to change lives, including your own. Join Volunteer in Nepal to help needy and disadvantaged people build a better future through health, education, community development and training. You will be working side-by-side with and learn from local people, to exchange ideas, and to build bridges of mutual respect and understanding.

Welcome to Timal Tourism Development – a charity for community development NGO. We run various volunteer programs and community aid projects to support the work of local communities in Nepal. Local communities are in the best position to identify their own needs; we provide International Volunteers and assistance to achieve their goals and ambitions. Our volunteer programs are open to everyone willing to make a difference in the lives of others. When you volunteer with us in Nepal you are guaranteed a professional support network to guide you throughout. Our volunteer programs are the perfect way to help others, make a difference, explore new areas of interest, expand your horizons and see the world with purpose.

Timal Tourism Development Nepal – think globally act locally

Timal Tourism Development Nepal (TTDN) is a non-government, non-political, non-profit development organization working under the principle of “Development through Volunteering”. It was established by a group of Village people and Trekking company manager as an action for community development and empowerment under the Nepalese Organization Act of 2005 AD. It focuses its activities on the progress of disadvantaged, marginalized, and poorly educated people, and plays the role of facilitator for sustainable development by utilizing local resources.

As a development and volunteer organization, Timal Tourism Development Nepal mobilizes national and international volunteers, and local people, into the sectors of education, health, agriculture, environment, with development activities etc. The aim of engaging volunteers is to empower local people and raise awareness through a “bottom up” development strategy, and to help local people directly through the various aid programs run by Timal Tourism Development Nepal.

Your small effort for humanity

Nepal is a beautiful landlocked country in the South-east Asia Region, nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. It is bordered by India in the East, West and South, and China in the North.

Nepal is famous around the globe for its natural resources, cultural heritage and hospitable people. Nepal owns the highest peak in the world, i.e. Mt. Everest. The beautiful Himalayan range in the north, the deep gorges, diverse flora and flora including some endangered species and many spectacular places are her national treasures.

The multicultural, multilingual and multiethnic people from east to west, from Himalayas in the north to Terai plainlands in the south combine together to create a common spirit of nationalism recognized all around the world.

Wanted young documentary film making volunteers

Timal Tourism Development Nepal is looking for volunteers to research, write, and produce a documentary film about ‘Children in rural areas of Nepal’. The main root cause behind the poor status of Nepalese children is poverty. Children in the more remote areas of Nepal are especially disadvantaged and Condition of Nepalese Women and their living style. The film will show how their future depends upon building an economy based on the foundations of high quality, universal education. This is an opportunity to explore an important aspect of life in Nepal and to contribute to a positive solution.

Nepal has many social problems that promote the poor status of children. As a developing country of South Asia, Nepal’s population growth rate is high and the proportion of children in the population is high too.

The UNICEF reports says that more then 50,000 children die annually in Nepal with malnutrition as the underlying cause in more then 60 % of those deaths. It also says that half the children in Nepal are underweight, the literacy rate for 15-24 year olds is 81 for males and 60 for females, and that 31% of children aged 5-14 are involved in some sort of child labor.

Volunteer at Buddhist Monastaries in Nepal

Are you interested on Tibetian Buddhist culture or way of Life ? Join Timal Tourism Development Nepal’s “Teaching in Buddhist Monastery” Volunteer Program. This is a great opportunity for volunteers who want to teach English in the monasteries. There are several Tibetan refugees camps and monasteries that house hundreds of Tibetan children taking Buddhist monk educational training in Kathmandu to preserve the amazing cultural richness of Tibet and Buddhism practice.

Volunteers will teach English to the monks, both young and old, for around 3 to 5 hours every day. Volunteers also have a chance to participate in some monasteries run programs & meditation during free time. This program combines religious learning & research through Volunteering.

Became a Volunteer for e-learning project in Nepal

ICT volunteers needed for e-learning, IT and telecentre project in Nepal. Become a IT volunteer to help those who do not have basic/advance computer skills or access to ICT (information and communications technology) and Internet is widening. IT Computer training volunteers need not be experts to teach computer skills to new beginners. IT volunteers support local teachers, improve computer training and e-Learning in Nepal. Volunteers teach 15 – 20 lessons per week. We recommend that you prepare your lessons with your local teacher colleague. This makes teaching easier. The IT volunteer should however also be prepared to teach alone. Computer training ranges from hardware and software basics, games, Office programs and Internet usage. IT Volunteers demonstrate applications, and then help children to explore and learn by themselves. We encourage our computer training volunteers and local computer teachers to facilitate for children and students to use the school computers in their free time.