Children Home Nepal

Volunteer in Nepal

Volunteer at Children's Home Nepal

  • Help with Homework
  • Teach English
  • Creative different games
  • Show documentaries about different part of the world
  • Drop children to school
  • Join children daily mediation program
  • Help host mom to make meals for children
  • Share stories

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Note : If you know Yoga, meditation or different skill then we would be happy if you want to share with children.

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Amazing place! Felt like home with adorable children and great "staff" who felt more like family than anything else. We played games, danced, helped with homework, cooking and much more. A very open and free environment, and a good way to meet other volunteers and get to know some locals. As Sujan (our host) said "we focus on the happy aspect of taking care of the children". And you can really feel that in the atmosphere of the place. That is one of the reasons why we ended up staying longer than planned, -we fell in love with the place and the people 🙂

Iben from Denmark

Children Home Nepal... what can I say?! I had a big experience living with this family. All of them so kind and friendly! The childrens are amazing. The way they interacte with you, share things and ask for help, with a lot of curiosity in everything, is a great way to see the life in different ways and also to know more about the nepali culture. Thank you for being part of the family and thanks for all smiles, hugs and memories I will keep it in my mind forever for sure!!

Joana from Portugal

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The time that I spent at Children’s Home Nepal was honestly the most unforgettable experience and the hilight of my trip. Sujan and his family are so incredibly welcoming and the children are all so bubbly and such great fun to spend time with! I really did feel like part of the family and eased into the routine of daily life; mealtimes as a whole family eating Mommy’s home made dhal baht, meditation with all the children in the evening, homework and playtime after school and fun outings on the weekends and school holidays to local temples, the fairground and ice cream trips! Managing a household of 12 children is no easy task and I really felt that the help that we volunteers were able to provide to Sujan and his family made all the difference and I know that I always have a place in Nepal to call home!

Liora from United Kingdom