How our volunteers to Nepal help fund our work

Posted: Jul 14, 2014   |   Poverty & Hunger

School Uniforms for Girls

We've been working in Nepal for about a decade, on the ground, doing real projects like hospitals, clinics, schools and support of women and children. Income earned from supporting volunteers helps to fund these projects. Under the US IRS rules, an educational organization can be classified as a charity or 501c3 even though they don't do any work at all on the ground in countries where they send volunteers, or in some cases, very, very little. When you volunteer with us, you are working on our very own project sites and helping to support other projects such as the school uniforms for girls project which you can learn more about here.

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Volunteers help create village learning center in rural Nepal

Posted: Jun 26, 2014   |   From Our Volunteers

Volunteers in Nepal setting up internet learning

The tiny village of Mankhu, home to The Mountain Fund project, "Her Farm" became home to the first internet learing center in the entire VDC and perhaps the first in the entire district, certainly in rural villages. Volunteers in Nepal helped install software, create lesson catalogs and more on the large, classroom computer as well as installing programs on the individual computers. 

How safe is volunteering in Nepal?

Posted: Jun 23, 2014   |   From Our Director

safe volunteering in Nepal

The Global Peace Index (GPI) reports that Nepal is the safest place to live in South Asia after Bhutan. Nepal comes in at 76 on the index while the USA comes in at a more risky 101. 

100% Guarantee for Volunteers in Nepal

Posted: Jan 4, 2014   |   From Our Director

Our Guarantee, Volunteer in Nepal.

We are the only organization to guarantee that we will deliver what we promise or your money back. The fine print on this is simple, you have 3 days to experience Nepal with us, if you aren't happy, your program will be cancelled and money refunded. You will have to live somewhere else and do something else for the remainder of your time in Nepal, but we won't hold you captive to our program if you don't like it. Period. 

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