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Volunteer in Nepal

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 

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

Authentic Volunteers, Volunteer in Nepal

I think it was amazing. Was very surprised by the kindness they all offered. Both lovely kids, very happy, easy to talk with and very kind kids. They always called everyone brother or sister The family was also lovely. We had mothers dal baht every morning and evening, miss it. Sujan helped out with all the logistics problems, showed us nice places in freetime and just being friendly 🙂 amazing place and nice family, who just wanna do a difference in the world, and successes.

Sebastian from Denmark

Authentic Volunteers, volunteer in nepal

Children Home was an incredible experience for me. You're completely welcomed into the family immediately. Everyone calls you sister and makes you feel so appreciated. The amount of hugs you receive in a day could just fuel your heart for months. The kids are so willing to learn and connect and play. They are so loving and warm. Sometimes they'll resist homework, or they can be difficult. But as with any child, the more you love and attempt to connect with them, the more they will open up and allow you to help them get what they need.

Christie from Canada

Authentic volunteers, volunteer in Nepal

I have been loving my time at the Children's Home Nepal. The kids are so very awesome and full of love. They totally take you in with their innocent love.
The house is a happy and warm place. Being from India, there are many cultural overlaps but nothing beats the experience of learning about a place through children. The Pariyar family is doing an incredible job of running the place. The kids are bright, smart and well behaved at the same time. I really hope that all of them can do very well in lives and fulfill all their dreams. Oh! and the food is brilliant.

Nitisha from India

Volunteer in Nepal, authentic volunteersIt has been a lovely and great experience!the children are absolutely amazing and they treat you as one more on the family!

Tani from Spain

Authentic volunteers, volunteer in NepalI can't recommend Children Home Nepal enough. The home is a place filled with love, peace, compassion and bright futures! The kids are adorable, fun and wiser than you expect. Sujan, your main host, is a young Nepali social entrepreneur that acts both as a manager of the home (and all other projects they have/support) and a hard working and caring big brother to whom the kids look up to. The rest of the family is in the home as well and are all extremely welcoming and sweet. Besides that, you will get to explore Nepal: a beautiful, colorful, safe, peaceful and calming land.

Debora from Brazil