Why you should join the mission?
Volunteer abroad Nepal will change your life. Evaluate yourself what you were before embarking on a volunteer journey and after the program. You have come over important hardships like understanding sign languages, living a minimalistic and natural life, living as a part of family etc. The learning of new language culture and value system definitely gives you alternate angle to look at things.
We have been continously working in the sector of public health to increase the life standard of locals.
This is a self awakening process. This is time to relax and plan your days ahead.The experience will give you courage to grow ahead.
During volunteering all local transportation are managed by ACDF so that it is easier for volunteers.
Travel the World
Take part. Visit the community members and smile at them. Listen them and express yourself. To understand a place, one should always be a local like.
Our long term aim is to develop self sustained economy by providing vocational training to youth in society.
Learn from Memory
The memory based knowledge has its own importance. Learn the age old skills that have been practiced since many years and implement creatively as per your needs
- Help children improve their English fluency
- Teach creative English writing to children
- Teach basic grammar and help students learn English
- Check students homework
- Help doctor during the visit
- Run awareness campaign among locals
- Good knowledge of medicines
- Past experience is required
- The teacher becomes the keeper and custodian of the environment.
- All the apparatus is to be kept meticulously in order.
- Engage children in creative activities.
- Encourage children to participate in taking tasks.
- Provide basic vocational training to youth.
- Help in making choice of technical equipment.
- Maintenance of machines used in field.
- Monitor the purchase of machines.
- Lead the team for assigned projects.
- Carry motivation campaign.
- Work in field of youth empowerment project.
- Manage projects and volunteers.
I am first Japanese for this organization . I work with ACDF Nepal 2 months in Jan 2006 to March 2006. Wonderful time for me . Working at hospital with doctors. It was interesting time for me .People of pokara really I like them.I am serving here as nurse.Fumie Idio, Tokyo, Japan.
I've had such a great time in Pokhara, Nepal with ACDF Nepal. The volunteer work was a wonderful experience, I've met so many friendly people + I have always been made to feel welcome at ACDF Nepal, a home away from home. Just wanted to say a BIG FAT THANKS to Krishna and keep up the good work! Hope to see you again.John Austin Portland, Oregon, USA
My experience in Nepal has been unlike any other of my life. I have learned more than I ever imagined about Nepali culture, food, history, traditions, geography and lifestyle. I have gone from emotions of fear to excitement , from sadness to happiness. I have truly been able to immerse myself in another culture and have found Nepalese to be the most friendly and generous people I have ever met. This has been an eye- opening experience that I know I will never forget. I feel lucky to have had the chance to participate in such a program.Sheila Hoffman, Maple Grove, MN, USA
This has definitely been the most memorable six weeks of my life - they've been so good that I really don't want to go home yet! From my very first day I have been made to feel so welcome even children in the village would come and greet me everyday and ask how I was. I love Pokhara, Nepal, the people, the land and the food so much. This has been the best experience of my life and as soon as the chance arises again I will come back for as long as possible. Thank you ACDF Nepal for placing me in such a lovely community - with a very special family and with very beautiful children.Sarah Parker, Scotland
I feel lost for words... I've had an amazing time in my 5 weeks in Sarangkot, Kaski (NEPAL)- have lots of great memories to take home! I've met so many great people and seen so much. Thanks ACDF Nepal and Krishna for such a brilliant time, I'm definitely coming back to Nepal!Lindsey Miller Woodbridge, UK
We had a very good time volunteering in Sarangkot, just up the hill from Pokhara. This summer of 2006 provided us with an experience that was enriching. We also liked the experience to attend a workshop ACDF had organized for its own members. Along with our volunteering experience, it made us aware of many cultural differences and helped us reflect about ourselves. We are thankful for a time and experience that was and still is precious to us.Bianca Levesque & Werner Schuler Frankfurt, Germany
Life in Kaski Kot is both difficult (mainly beacause of the hygenic condition, I'll explain further) and relaxing. My staying in Kaski Kot is the most memorable part of my trip. Compared with Kaski Kot and Pokhara, the heat, non-stop beep beep sound, the crowd and air pollution in Kathmandu didn't make me feel relaxing. Of course, the cultural and historical sites (Bodanath, the Monkey Temple, Bhatapur,Patan..) are worth visiting.Winnie, Hongkong