Volunteer in Nepal program creates jobs for young women

Posted: Jun 8, 2013   |  

The Mountain Fund girls

One of the things we are most proud of at The Mountain Fund and The Mountain Volunteer is the number of jobs we've created for young women over the years. It's not easy findind work in Nepal with estimates that as many as 40% of young people are unemployed. Given the patriachal system of Nepal, jobs for young women are hard to find. From the very start of our program we've made it a point to create jobs for young women in Nepal and will continue to do so in the future. We think our girls are great and our volunteers in Nepal think so too. 

Volunteers in Nepal take part in rural immunization program

Posted: Jun 8, 2013   |   From Our Volunteers

volunteers in nepal in rural community

This week a group of volunteers in Nepal traveled to a rural community to take part in a child immunization program. According to a recent survey in Nepal 87 percent ofchildren throughout the country have been vaccinated, but every year 660,000 babies are born and need to be vaccinated. Conducting camps in rural villages is time consuming but it's the only way to reach many of the children. 

Explore, Learn, Contribute

Posted: Jun 2, 2013   |   From Our Director

Volunteer in Nepal explore

a culture that is thousands of years old

Nepal is rich in culture. It's culture consists of the social customs and traditions. Nepal has a unique culture. The rich cultural heritage of Nepal, has evolved over the centuries. This multi-dimensional cultural heritage encompasses within itself the cultural diversities of various ethnic, tribal, and social groups inhabiting different altitudes, and it manifests in various forms: music and dance; art and craft; folklore and folktales; languages and literature; philosophy and religion; festivals and celebration; foods and drinks.

Nepal's culture dates back to several thousand years, forming a foundation on which subsequent generations have built. To better ...

Nepal Medical Volunteers Conduct OBGYN Camp for Mother's of Orchid Garden Children

Posted: May 6, 2013   |   From Our Volunteers

Medical Volunteers in Nepal at OBGYN camp

There's no better way to tell this story than to just copy and paste the email from the volunteers themselves, so here it is;

We had the first camp at Orchid Garden last Saturday, and we think it went well. We were quite worried if anyone would show up, but that worry was unnecessary. We had plenty of patients. We had excellent help from Sigrid and Lydia, which was good, because we saw patients constantly from 10 AM to 7 PM, only with a short break to have lunch. I guess we saw more than 50!
We did refer some of the patients for ultra sound at Helping Hands and we did place 5 ring peccaries’ for urine incontinence. There were no need for surgical intervention in the first instance, but the 5 women will come back in 2 weeks, ...

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