International Nepal Fellowship

INF is an interdenominational and international Christian mission that has been serving in Nepal for more than 50 years. We exist to encourage and strengthen the Nepali church and to serve Nepali people. If you like the idea of short term overseas service and have health care skills, please contact us. Photo from one of our one-week camps.

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Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation NYOF

(Kathmandu, Nepal) Safety, security, education, nutrition, are provided without regard to race, religion, sex, etc. The children were street kids, orphaned or abandoned, begging at temples and sleeping alone in doorways or under bridges, rain or shine. Some – girls as young as six – have been sold by their families to work as bonded laborers. (Not necessarily Christian)

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Lalgadh Leprosy Services Center, Lalgadh Hospital (Nepal)

The only major leprosy services centre in southeast Nepal, the area of the country with the highest prevalence of leprosy. Operated by Nepal Leprosy Trust. We aim not only to treat leprosy, but also to empower those affected by the disease to participate with equality and dignity in their own communities.

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Himalayan Foundation Orphanage

The Himalayan Foundation Nepal (HFN) began in 2007 with the establishment of its orphanage. At HFN we believe that each child deserves a loving home and a hope for the future. Therefore, we started to provide care, shelter, and education for children. The orphanage began with 4 children and has since grown to provide for 16 children from the ages of 4 to 16. The thing we focus on is to spread the message of Christianity and create churches around Nepal.

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Mercy Mission Nepal

(Chabahil, Nepal) Children’s home for homeless, starved, street children. Recent report by social service and Human rights (CWISH) and Nepal police estimate about 45% of Nepali school children have fallen prey to sexual abuse and exploitation as well as 56% domestic help have been found victimized sexually. Nearly 1 in 10 children in Nepal die before the age of 5. Not necessarily Christian

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She is Safe

She is Safe, established to inform, mobilize, and equip advocates to extend God’s love, to women and children through local partnerships in the least-reached places of the world.

She is Safe works to prevent, rescue and restore women and girls from suffering abuse, and exploitation in high risk and least-reached places around the globe. We currently have strategic partnerships with local women, churches and non-profits in China, Indonesia, India, Mali, Middle East/North Africa, Nepal, and Sudan. Headquartered in Roswell, Georgia.

 

 

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Himalayan Foundation Nepal HFN

Here is an opportunity to teach students who are eager to improve their conversational English skills. Volunteers work primarily as instructors of English either in Nepali public or private schools, and may also be asked to assist in other school activities such as sports and other extra-curricular projects.

Opened in 2007 with 10 high-risk children in desperate circumstances, the HFN home now has more than 15 children 4 years to 12 years of age for whom we provide care, shelter, and education. We believe each child deserves a loving home and a hope for the future. Volunteers are welcomed in apply.

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Nepal Leprosy Trust

Looking for people with experience to work in Nepal. We run a leprosy hospital, and this may be your opportunity to give something back and have a great time too. English speaking people with medical, engineering, and rehabilitation skills are needed. We also have an on-site, four-week programme to learn about the Pathological process and social impact of Leprosy (Hansen’s disease). Observe and learn in our lab, outpatient, surgical theater, physiotherapy areas. Some paid job openings available.

An on-site, four-week programme to learn about the Pathological process of Leprosy (Hansen’s disease): Recognition of the early stages; Medical treatment; Management of impairment and disability; and Social aspects. Observe and learn in our lab, outpatient, surgical theater, physiotherapy areas.

Doctors, engineers, and rehabilitation officers needed for this ministry. We also have an on-site, four-week programme to learn about the Pathological process of Leprosy (Hansen’s disease): Recognition of the early stages; Medical treatment; Management of impairment and disability; and Social aspects. Observe and learn in our lab, outpatient, surgical theater, physiotherapy areas. Some paid job openings available. English is sufficient.

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