Teaching English in Nepal. In this program volunteers
mainly support formal education and will teach English for 3
to 4 hours each day for 5 days a week in Pokhara and around
Pokhara. Besides formal teaching, they will be involved in
encouraging students to take initiation and organize
extracurricular learning activities for life skills and
Government school children will be 5 to 16 years of age and
the number of students per class can range from 20 to 60,
however, volunteers will focus a great deal of their
teaching groups before and after school.
ACDF can also provide opportunities for volunteers who are
interested to teach after subjects like maths environment
Teaching English to Buddhist Monks in Pokhara
More than 130,000 Tibetans live in exile
in India, Nepal, and Bhutan, and nearly 20 percent of those
exiled live in Nepal. Although they are now free to practice
their religion and rebuild their cultural heritage, they
still face many hurdles in Tibet's neighboring countries,
especially in Nepal. Education for Tibetan children is a
high priority and the biggest challenge for them. Primary
education schoolsócalled Tibetan Children's Villagesówere
established by the Tibetan community in Nepal. These schools
support religious Tibetan practices and provides education
schooling in Buddhist philosophies as well as a variety of
other areas such as English and computer skills.
As a volunteer in Teaching English to
Buddhist Monks Program, you will provide basic
conversational English instruction to Tibetan children in
Pokhara region. Volunteers also organize games, paintings,
drawings, and other creative activities. As a unique facet
of this placement, volunteers will witness and participate
in traditional Buddhist rituals.
3. Back to school program
From different kinds
of the social cause makes many children are helpless so we have back to
school programme. Besides these, they have hand to mouth problem, a lack
of education or because of conflict some students are from
school to field or elsewhere. So we have back to school
program for these children. We visit them on the filed and
ask them to back school again. We have providing them school fees
schools materials Since 5 years we back 107 students of
remote area around Annapurna to school. For this we need 50$
per year for each students.
We award scholarships them and provide them necessary school
materials. We think, ever Childs born with potentials but they donít
get chance so we place.
2. C.L.C. program
C.L.C. means Community Learning Center. We had one
community learning center this year we are going to build.
It is under constructing community building you can see.
For new community building we needs your help. It is for
those children to when we back from the community to school.
You can help us (Click
music sports and other vocational subjects.
4. Nepali Language Training /
The language training to be provided by ACDF Nepal will
be given with in the first week of the volunteers arrival in
Pokhara. At first, the volunteers will spend their time by
learning basic Nepali language classes and some terms (how
to adjust into Nepali people) at this class.
Nepali cultural orientation/general exchange Nepali cultural
Dance in the evening. Cultural tour of Pokhara valley : A
guided tour of Pokhara valley will be organized to visit the
important touristic, cultural and religious sites of the
Pokhara valley (sight seen).
5. Environment Awareness
After completing different training of first week,
volunteers will be placed with a Nepali family in one of the
program village. The host family will live normally half
hour from the school / environmental post. Volunters will
teach environmental awarness at the local school club on the
door to door of Nepali village each day. Sunday through
6. Volunteering in Nepal - Health
and Sanitation Program
ACDF Nepal aims to mobilize volunteers with health
backgrounds in rural places around Pokhara where people do
not have access to any health institute, as the government
is not able to provide adequate health services. On the
other hand, rural Nepali people are after reluctant to go to
the hospital and other modern health services because of
orthodox thinking, superstition, and other cultural
influnces. some Nepali people may visit a witch doctor when
they are suffering from an illness, so they sometimes die
without getting the benefit of modern medication. ACDF Nepal
is playing an active role in linking these rural people with
those around the world and within the country who are really
eagar to serve the many needy people in Nepal's rural areas.