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VOLUNTEERS INITIATIVE NEPAL (VIN)

Description

Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) is a non-governmental, non-profitable organization, founded in 2005 by a diverse group drawn from development workers, educationalists, social activists and other professionals.

VIN’s mission is to empower marginalized communities through enhanced Education, Health, Income generation & Basic infrastructure programs with special focus on women and children by conducting training and research through mobilizing local and international volunteers to promote equality, economic well-being and basic human rights.

VIN's main focus is on our four key programs. These are:-

1. Women's Empowerment

2. Children's Development

3. Youth Development

4. Community Health Program

Our volunteer Program includes:

Child Care: Early Childhood Development

Child Care: Orphanage Homes

Children's Clubs Facilitation

Computer Technology

Construction and Manual Work

Environment and Agro forestry

Fundraising and Grant Writing

Health / Medical Care

Language/Culture/Home Stay

Nepal Teacher Development

Office Administration Summer Volunteer Program

Teaching English at Buddhist Monastery / Nunnery

Teaching English in Nepal - Community Schools

Volunteer Coordinator

Volunteer in Agro Farm

Women's Empowerment

Working with Deaf and Disabled People

Youth Empowerment

In addition, VIN helps to place volunteers in monasteries and nunneries, and there are many additional smaller-scale projects including how to apply for grants, fundraising, computer technology and construction and manual work. Details for all of these can be found on the VIN website.

Adventure Programs: We also organize affordable adventure programs, e.g. trekking, hiking, sight-seeing, bungee jump, White water rafting, jungle safari, mountain flights through our partner institutes. The cost will be a way cheaper and it also gives a little money for the organization's projects in the community. So you can make many things in one with VIN. We ensure your memorable and life changing experience with us

PROGRAM AT A GLANCE

Start Dates: 1st and 15th of each month

Language Requirements: English (Basic Nepali is provided)

Food and Accommodation: Nepali Standard at host family in the working community

Key Activities: According to the programs

Beneficiaries: According to the programs

Working Hours: 4 to 5 hours

Required Qualifications & Skills: Keen interest to working with children, skills to perform above mentioned activities.

Current Volunteer Programs:

1. Child Care: Early Childhood Development

VIN’s Early Childhood Development (ECD) Centres are set up in rural communities for children of 3 to 5 years of age. These centers work to surround children who belong to marginalized communities, with a friendly learning environment. You as a volunteer may offer your care and support for these children by having VIN place you in one of these ECDs. Being a volunteer/intern at an ECD is a hands-on experience that is sure to be rewarding.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/early-childhood-development/

2. English in Buddhist Monastery

VIN’s teaching English at Buddhist monastery/nunnery project aims to give volunteers/interns a true taste of life at the monastery. It aims for an exchange between the religious members of a certain community and foreigners from a drastically different community that have just one thing in common: the eagerness to learn. You may learn about Buddhist culture, while the monks and nuns may learn the English language, an extremely important asset for them.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/teaching-english-buddhist-monastery-nunnery/

3. English at Community School

VIN’s teaching in Nepali-Community Schools project targets international volunteers or interns who are looking to take part in a hands-on Nepali classroom experience. With your help, VIN hopes to deliver the children and their local communities a crucial life skill: speaking English. This life skill, if acquired will take the Nepali people much further.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/teaching-english-community-schools/

4. English for Deaf People

VIN’s Working with Deaf People project aims to give the deaf people of Nepal a better shot at a quality education. For too long now Nepal’s educational system has neglected the special needs of these people who end up dropping out of school due to the lack of attention to them. It is an incredibly fulfilling experience to help those that need it most.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/working-deaf-disabled-people/

5. Teaching Computer Science

Has the idea of giving back crossed your mind? Have you talent/know-how to donate? VIN put together the computer technology project in recognition of information technology as a fast-moving, efficient means of communication. As things stand, there is a severe shortage of IT-know-how in Nepal. The country will need to do much to improve, let alone catch up, with the outside world and join the IT-age. Help Nepal get ahead! Your participation is key to providing them these tools.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/computer-technology/

6. Teaching/Coaching Sports

There is truth in that sports bring people together. Seize the opportunity and share your love for sports, or a sport of your liking, with the people of Nepal. Football/Soccer and cricket are big in Nepal while other sports are only now beginning to take root. As a volunteer or intern sports coach/teacher you would bring joy and know-how to a Nepal full of warmth and enthusiasm but few means and little know-how.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/teaching-program/sports-volunteer/

7. Teaching Yoga

Nepal is a beautiful country of contrasts and natural riches, struggling to find its modern identity and development in the midst of political struggles. You would be bringing Yoga to Nepal and give people a chance to live a better life that comes from within, independently of the challenges and changes taking place outside of people’s own power. You would be teaching at a Buddhist monastery or in the local community. Namaste!

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/yoga-teaching-volunteer/

8. Arts and Crafts

Art is a powerful and creative means of expression. It can bring about positive life-enhancing change to you and the Nepalese people, both ways. As a volunteer or intern you will be given the unique opportunity to teach arts and crafts, of your choosing, and also learn the trade through the artistic lens of the Nepalese people. Arts and crafts would also include dance. Here’s your chance to make a creative difference in Nepal through art.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/teaching-program/creative-expression-arts-and-crafts/

9. Cultural Immersion & Teaching

This is for those who want to learn about Nepali culture. You will be placed into a typical Nepali home in a village. This project has been known to pull visitors out of that “visitor’s bubble” and integrate them into the place of an accepted family member of a Nepali household. You would be “giving back” by teaching English at the community school. This is a unique and unforgettable experience.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/teaching-program/cultural-immersion-teaching/

10. Child Care: Orphanage

Every year hundreds of orphaned children wander the streets of Kathmandu. A majority of them become child labourers and never get time to actually enjoy their childhood. VIN aims to provide them their childhood and an education. VIN has been working in collaboration with various orphanages homes in Nepal. If you were to become a volunteer or intern you could be placed into one of the orphanages VIN works with, providing the children with the care and support they never received.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/orphanage-homes/

11. Child Right’s and Children’s Clubs

VIN’s children’s clubs are co-curricular projects set up for children of 6 to 16 years of age. This is a platform provided for children that aims to develop their innate skills, develop their creativity, increase their awareness of community issues such as health and the environment, as well as help them apply what they have learnt in the classroom to real life situations. Make your mark and make a difference for the new generation of children in Nepal!

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/childrens-clubs-facilitation/

12. Working for Street Children

Bring a ray of hope and an embracing smile to the deprived street children of Kathmandu. This city alone has an estimated 1000 street children. School is not an option. They work the streets, seek meals in garbage heaps, sleep in the streets, and fall prey to traffickers and other abuse. As a volunteer/intern you could make a world of difference. The children take great comfort and joy spending time with those who truly care, that which has been lacking all along.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/children-development-program/working-for-street-children/

13. Health and Medical Care

The Health & Medical Care project aims to improve the health of the community through education, health services and public health improvements. VIN mobilizes local and international volunteers or interns with health backgrounds in the rural areas where people do not have access to health facilities. We support the local health post with a nurse and a doctor. Help us keep the project alive and provide medical care to those most in need. You as a volunteer or intern can make a difference.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/community-health-medical-care/

14. Health, Sanitation and Hygiene Education

VIN’s Health, Sanitation and Hygiene Education project was first set up in mind of the healthcare situation in Nepal and its many inadequacies. This particular project will be your way of making a significant impact on the Nepali rural communities as a whole and change the lives of hundreds of locals. You, as a volunteer/intern, with a basic background in health will be an extremely valuable asset to this project.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-health-program/health-sanitation-hygiene-education/

15. Waste Management

Waste management is becoming a major concern for both public health and the environment in Nepal. VIN’s Waste Management project aims for a clean and green community. Upgrading bins and making people aware of the advantages of a clean environment is the main objective. This is a highly effective and sustainable way to keep the community clean and maintain the natural beauty of Nepal. Come help us keep Nepal clean and beautiful!

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-health-program/waste-management/

16. Animal Care

In the Animal Care project people care for animals and animals care for people. The project aims to promote and protect some of the most vulnerable animals in Nepal, especially dogs. The project is much more than a shelter for animals in that it practices and promotes caring and friendly behavior towards animals. We are looking for those whose hearts are warm and loving, and beat for the welfare of the neglected animals of Nepal.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-interest-program/animal-care/

17. Agro forestry

Participate in a project which aims to reduce Nepal’s dependence on the more demanding and less profitable traditional terrace farming in exchange for agro forestry farming. This is a form of land cultivation where crops are grown among trees. It provides a greater biodiversity and greater harvests. This is your chance to help ease traditional subsistence farmers onto new methods which greatly improves the quality of their lives. You will be placed in the project living quarters.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/environment-conservation-program/agroforestry/

18. Environment Initiative

Due to the lack of awareness matched by a rapid population growth, natural resources have been depleted much more quickly than expected. VIN’s environment project is one that revolves around raising awareness to local people about the conditions of the environment. As a volunteer or intern you can make a difference by letting VIN place you in one of the rural areas, with a Nepali family. You may carry out this awareness campaign through drama productions, games, etc.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/environment-conservation-program/environment-initiative/

19. Water Research

VIN’s environment water sources research project is one that centers on the allocation of water within Nepal. VIN aims to designate interns/volunteers the job of investigating and analyzing the system. This is a particular opportunity suited for those who thrive in and learn from investigative research. According to past participants, this project is one of the best ways to uncover the truth about Nepal’s dysfunctional water situation.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/water-project-research/

20. Climate Change Research

"The dramatic changes in our climate pose significant threats to the environment, economy and society and is thus one of the most urgent issues for research towards solutions" (Earthwatch Institute). This is your opportunity to make an impact on pressing environmental issues facing today’s Nepal while working and exploring its natural beauty and endangered ecosystems, all against the backdrop of the towering Himalayas.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/environment-conservation-program/climate-change-research/

21. Agro farm

Living and working on a traditional farm in Nepal will no doubt be a getaway for those of you that feel a therapeutic need of getting closer to nature; feel the fresh earth in your hands and under your bare feet. Work the land the way our forefathers had, all on a traditional Nepalese farm. Tend and care for the animals on the farm. The rewarding work, the rural and exotic beauty of Nepal coupled with a warm and welcoming tradition-bound community will make this project worth your while. You will be placed with a Nepalese family.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/environment-conservation-program/agrofarm/

22. Construction and Manual Work

VIN’s construction and manual work project aims to building basic infrastructure for disadvantaged people in rural areas. A majority of the homes that VIN works with do not have proper toilets, do not have access to facilities such as libraries or classrooms. With your help we look to bring about life-altering improvements for the marginalized people of Nepal by providing them with these essential facilities. This is your golden opportunity to provide a helping hand for the less fortunate.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-interest-program/construction-and-manual-work/

23. Emergency Relief & Disaster Management

Nepal is particularly vulnerable to a series of natural disasters of potentially catastrophic dimensions ranging from earthquakes, floods/landslides, fire, avalanches, storms, epidemics and droughts. As things stand authorities cannot cope without the aid from abroad and NGOs. This is your opportunity to make a world of difference and take action to prepare local communities for disaster management. Other communities are sure to follow.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-interest-program/emergency-relief-disaster-management/

24. Civil Society Initiative

Contribute to the growth and development of civil society in this newly founded and fragile democracy. Strengthen local communities by bringing people together and engage them to work locally with their representatives to strengthen and broaden civil society in Nepal. Empower or/and encourage the establishment of broad or thematic civil society organizations. Lay the foundations of a flourishing and well-functioning democracy.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-interest-program/civil-society-initiative/

25. Traffic Management

In Kathmandu traffic jams are common and traffic is poorly regulated. Many drivers are neither properly licensed nor trained, vehicles are poorly maintained and public vehicles are often overloaded (US Department of State). This is arguably one of the visibly and audibly largest problems that afflict the city. As a volunteer or intern you would perform a valuable and socially important task by assisting the traffic police in traffic management and road user education. Prior to setting off you will undergo a specialized training.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-interest-program/traffic-management/

26. Research Initiative

VIN remains committed to working for the empowerment of marginalized communities, with a particular focus on women and children through enhanced educational and training projects. As a volunteer or intern you will be called to conduct research into the effectiveness of VIN’s past and ongoing projects and come up with concrete conclusions and recommendations which contribute to their overall improvement.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-interest-program/research-initiative/

27. Care for the Elderly

Our Elderly Care Project affords you the opportunity to help fulfil the social and personal requirements of senior Nepali citizens. With care and compassion you can assist them in living old age with the dignity they deserve. This project aims to provide assistance to senior citizens and safeguard their rights in their daily activities, but additionally (and just as importantly) in socializing; lending a friendly ear open to chitchat, life experiences, and reminiscing!

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-health-program/care-for-the-elderly/

28. Women’s Empowerment: Education, Rights & Life Skills

Women’s Education, Rights and Life Skills aims to uplift disadvantaged women in Nepal by addressing issues such as education/literacy, financial well-being, health and women’s rights. VIN adopts an integrated approach to women’s empowerment. We believe that doing everything from teaching women about health to teaching leadership skills and the art of communication empowers them in every respect. Join us and help us forge a better future for the disadvantaged gender of Nepal.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/internship/women-empowerment-studies/

29. Women’s Empowerment: Income Generation & Marketing

VIN has been instrumental in overseeing the recent growth of women’s income generation initiatives. In so doing women have been provided with critical livelihood training to generate income through primarily vegetable farming, livestock, sewing and cutting, incense making, candle making and dry food making. You will be key to overseeing and tracking growth and furthering these initiatives.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/women-empowerment-program/income-generation-marketing/

30. Women’s Empowerment: Microcredit Cooperative

Microcredit Cooperative Support projects have been key to the recent surge of women’s income generation projects. In this VIN:s support and training has enabled many women to join the Women`s Microcredit Cooperative. Women are now afforded credit. This in turn permits them to start their own income generation activities, such as goat keeping and vegetable farming. Your role is critical to advance the functionality of these cooperatives.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/women-empowerment-program/microcredit-cooperative-support/

31. Women’s Trafficking Prevention

Each year in Nepal an estimated 10,000-15,000 girls are trafficked across the border to be sold into Indian brothels or forced to become domestic servants, beggars, factory workers or other workers. This project aims to prevent the trafficking of girls from Nepal, within the country or outside. You as a volunteer or intern will contribute by making a detailed study on what causes women’s trafficking and how to minimize it.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/women-empowerment-program/womens-trafficking-prevention/

32. Youth Club and Life Skills

VIN’s youth clubs are co-curricular projects set up for youth of 16 years of age and above. This is provided for the youth and aims to foster teamwork, life skills, develop creativity, organization/planning, awareness of community issues such as health, the environment, and human rights. Additionally this project aims to help them apply what they have learnt in the classroom to real life situations. Would you like to inspire and spur on the emerging generation of Nepal? Here’s your chance.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/youth-empowerment-program/youth-club-and-life-skills/

33. Youth: English and Career Development

VIN’s youth empowerment project looks to inspire the young people of Nepal to become more proactive and take charge of their lives. The English language is a must for anyone willing to broaden their horizons and get ahead. Finding cause in youth or women’s empowerment issues, and learning pivotal life and career skills are other essential ingredients. You as a volunteer or intern will seek to inspire and provide workable solutions for the youth of Nepal. Click here for more.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/youth-empowerment-program/english-and-career-development/

34. Trekking and Volunteering

This project combines Nepali culture, trekking and adventure, volunteer work all together in a matter of weeks. We aim to deliver the experience of a lifetime. After orientation, you will be placed in a family in a Nepali village, where you will be able to visit schools or orphanages to teach English. After this you will be led on a trek - either Everest Base Camp or Annapurna Base Camp. Lastly, you will be given the chance to explore the city of Kathmandu. Capture the essence of Nepal all in one go!

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/adventure-and-volunteer-program/volunteer-trekking/

35. Travel Tour and Volunteering

Participating in our Volunteer and Travel Tour project will allow you to enjoy activities such as jungle safari, hiking, sightseeing and volunteering all in one. This project is a perfect combination for those of you who have only a short time of 3 to 4 weeks and want to both volunteer and travel. You can choose one of many volunteer projects such as an orphanage, early child care, health care education, along with women’s and youth empowerment projects. Live it up in Nepal!

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/adventure-and-volunteer-program/volunteer-travel-tour/

36. Hospitality Management

Nepal has established itself as an exotically attractive destination, drawing both mainstream tourists and adventure seekers. To this end tourism remains one of the mainstays of the Nepali economy. The Nepali Hospitality Management project offers you the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the industry along with valuable career experience all set within the splendour of an enticingly beautiful country and an alluring culture. Get ahead and join us!

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/public-interest-program/volunteering-and-hospitality-management/

37. Film and Documentary Making

Write, shoot, direct and edit your own film or documentary in alluringly beautiful Nepal as a volunteer or an intern. Learn by doing coupled with valuable feedback from industry experts. You will either choose to work to shoot a film/documentary about the work of VIN or work together with one of the film/documentary studios in Nepal with which VIN has a cooperation.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/journalism-program/film-and-documentary-making/

38. Print Journalism

If you are planning a gap year or career break and contemplating a job in journalism or print media, Journalism Abroad Nepal with VIN can set you on the right track. This is a great way to enhance your resume and help you to stand out from the crowd. Whether you are currently studying journalism or are considering it in college, Journalism Abroad with VIN will give you first hand international journalism experience.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/journalism-program/print-journalism/

39. Photo Journalism

VIN is looking for a volunteer or intern photographer to shed light on some of the more pressing issues afflicting the more marginalized communities in Nepal. This is your opportunity to observe a cross-section of life in Nepal and tell their story and help raise awareness and alleviate the plight of the more disadvantaged people of Nepal. You will be joining us to document our efforts to make Nepal a better place.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/journalism-program/photo-journalism/

40. Editor/Writer

VIN’s Editor/Writer project is fit for volunteers or interns who would like to be a part of the empowerment cause in Nepal but would rather use their organizational and language proficiency skills within the VIN office headquarters than be out in the rural areas of Nepal. This opportunity can be seen as good work experience with altruistic intentions for the less fortunate of Nepal. You will be an integral part of the workings of the office.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/management-and-administration-program/editor-writer/

41. Coordinator

VIN’s Coordinator position is open for any international volunteer or intern who would like to be a part of the management side of VIN. This will give you the opportunity to see different communities and places in Nepal. No doubt a fascinating experience! This is ideal for those that love to travel, meet people and provide direction to our volunteers/interns and projects.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/management-and-administration-program/volunteer-coordinator/

42. Human Resource Advisor

People remain the most valuable asset of a organization. The key is also fostering a living tangible vision. In keeping with these principles you, as a Human Resources Advisor for VIN, will have the opportunity to introduce the latest know-how in the branch and make a significant difference by coaching and bringing out the best in the staff and volunteers/interns, developing an all-encompassing HR strategy and laying the foundations for years to come.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/management-and-administration-program/human-resource-advisor/

43. Marketing Advisor

Jump-start your career by joining VIN as a volunteer or intern in the Marketing Project. Work to generate new ideas, disseminate and promote the charitable contributions of VIN to targeted audiences by providing maximum exposure. This position offers you valuable hands-on experience in a branch where you can make a pivotal difference. Do you have an interest and skills in marketing? Then this can be a great opportunity for you to get involved.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/management-and-administration-program/marketing-advisor/

44. Grand Writer & Fundraiser

VIN’s fundraising and grants writing project focuses primarily on securing much-needed resources for the continual support of its different projects in aid of marginalized communities in Nepal. This project is an excellent way for you to combine your writing skills with another aside of you that seeks to do something good or charitable for the greater community.

Site link:- http://www.volunteeringnepal.org/programs/fundraising-grant-writing/

45. Website & SEO Professional

VIN is looking for a Website and Search Engine Optimization professional to volunteer or work as an intern to help to redesign and optimize its webpage. This is a great opportunity for you to use your expertise and gain experience in the field and support marginalized communities in Nepal. You’ll also find opportunity to immerse yourself into the captivating beauty and alluring culture of Nepal. You do not need to be present in Nepal for this project.

Site link:- http://www.volunteersinitiativenepal.org/management-and-administration-program/website-seo-professional/

QUEST OVERSEAS

Description

Have a passion for languages? Thrive off environmental conservation, construction and helping the survival of others? Or is good old fashioned outdoorsy adventure your kind of thing? Then check out Quest Overseas' gap year programmes and summer projects across South America and Africa.

Quest Overseas is looking for all the language lovers, the eco-friendly minded, and the world traveling thrill seekers to join their team!

“Quest was an easy decision for me because of its language + volunteering + expedition combo – it was the only company I found which did all three in one! The whole 3 months were crazy busy with hardly a moment to spare so I felt I really got my money’s worth, and they were very clear about where every penny gets spent” Jessica Bailey, Villa Maria Gap Adventure 2011

Quest Overseas fights poverty and the destruction of the environment in Africa and South America. Volunteers and projects include:

Transforming the lives of children living in poverty in Peru through workshops and education.

Climbing, swimming, crawling, surfing and laughing your way across South America on the Andean expedition.

Supporting children in Malawi through school by building schools and child sponsorship.

Working hard to protect the environment and rescued animals in Bolivia through construction and care.

Assisting with scientific research and sustainable agricultural initiatives in the Manu region of the Peruvian Amazon.

Building a new home for street children orphaned by the genocide in Rwanda.

ATMA EDUCATION

Description

Fundraising Volunteer

Job Role:

Atma requires a Fundraising Volunteer to provide support to the Fund Raising Officer and Director by creating actionable steps for implementation of fund raising, develop required materials/tools for implementation and design feedback mechanisms to track progress and reception of mode while also using relevant case studies. The role focuses on conducting the day-to-day operational management and implementation of all activities pertaining to fund development and fundraising


Responsibilities:

Implementation
• Research and contact potential donors
• Process incoming and prepare outgoing mail.
• Drafting, editing, and preparing grants for submission. This also includes compiling program related reports and submitting them in a timely manner.
• Take initiative to build relationships with potential donors including individual community donors.
• Generate new ideas and business opportunities to increase fundraising and fund development to meet and exceed goals.
• Establish an ongoing fundraising program to support the work
• Research potential donors and foundations to identify and evaluate potential funding sources.
• Make initial contacts, and follow-through of securing available funding along with the coordination of all optional funding opportunities.
Design feedback tools to track progress
• Monitor program, track and document all necessary activities
• Completes all reporting requirements according to the slates deadlines.
• Prepare grants/ project proposals and progress reports as required by program contract and agreements.

Specific Skills and Experience required:

• Experience in fundraising
• Strong interpersonal skills and communication skills
• Computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office is very helpful.




Desired qualities:
• Excellent verbal and written communication.
• A friendly and professional demeanor
• Excellent coordinating skills, positive and energetic attitude
• Strong desire to meet goals and commitments.
• Self-starter
• Able to deal with ambiguity
• Maturity

SHIC - Students for High Impact Charity

Description

Through a novel extracurricular program that invokes a STEM approach to charity, SHIC helps students craft and refine the necessary tools they need to critically consider their place in the world and seize opportunities to make a heightened prosocial impact. We envision an entire global network of students with the technical ability to thrive in the real world and the vision to make it a better place for others.

Uganda For Her Initiative

Description

Uganda For Her Initiative (U4H) is a unique Non-profit organization registered under the Ministry of gender-labor and Social development operating outside Kampala in rural areas of Uganda in Mpigi District. It believes in absolute transparency and functions almost entirely through the efforts members plus unpaid volunteers, who give their time, skills, energy and love to help our girls and women in Uganda.

Our Main Activities Includes the followings.

a) Promote sexual and reproductive health.

b) Mentoring and empowering the young women through participating in income generating activities.


c) Promote and protect the rights of the girl child and increase awareness of her needs and potential.

d) To conduct research and organize forums for the exchange of information on conditions affecting the girl child.
e) To serve as a national center for prevention and protection against child abuse neglect.

f) To collaborate and build partnerships with other organizations working in the field of the girl child and child rights

U4H is a training ground for everyone wanting to learn leadership skills in reducing poverty and abuse. We believe the best teacher is honestly shared experience. We teach all our Girls and Women how to fish. As the old adage states “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime

Our Mission is to provide opportunities and empower young women and girls to become leaders in their communities through self-sustainability, A holistic education, Economic empowerment and to realize their full potential.

for more information visit our website www.uganda4her.org

TIME FOR GOD

Description

Quality Volunteering Changes Lives

We are a charitable organisation based in the UK and recruit dedicated, enthusiastic volunteers matching them to full-time, long-term placements. We aim to enable people to grow professionally, personally and spiritually through full-time voluntary service.

TFG currently hosts around 100 volunteers per annum within its core young adult volunteer programme, most serving in the UK.

Volunteers come to us from many different countries …

UK, South Korea, Hungary, Sweden, Denmark, Ukraine, Brazil, Mexico, Kenya, USA, Spain, Egypt, Slovakia, Poland, Uganda, Netherlands, Finland, Russia, Norway, Italy, Estonia, Israel, France, Mexico, Belgium, Germany & New Zealand.

Training and support is central to TFG’s philosophy, so each volunteer attends 2 residential conferences to meet other young adults and to hear about a range of issues relevant to their situation. The staff team keep in touch with volunteers in their placements by phone and email, and the Field Officers visit them through the year to check all is going well.

Volunteer placements include churches of most “flavours”; youth work; residential care of elderly, adults with learning difficulties and/or other special needs; activity centres and projects; debt counselling work; YMCAs; rehabilitative projects for a range of substance abuses; and so on.

We see it as our role to help each volunteer explore their faith journey, starting from where they themselves are, rather than where we would like them to be. Thus we welcome young people from all the mainstream Christian traditions, and both those with a passionate/personal faith and those with a more casual/nominal approach or no faith at all – and all points in between – with the understanding that we are all committed to exploring or journeying together.

We are therefore balancing our personal faith positions with the need to enable our volunteers to find their own paths – of which we are a part.

SUNFO (SRI LANKA UNITED NATIONS FRIENDSHIP ORGANSATION)

Description

SUNFO (Sri Lanka United Nations Friendship Organisation) is a non-political, non-racial, non-sectarian organisation working towards peace, harmony and well-being of mankind. SUNFO was founded on 22nd May 1999, National Heroes Day of Sri Lanka. Objectives - To develop friendly relationships and mutual understanding among Sri Lankans and other nations. To assist in educating affiliated members and the general public about the United Nations organisation, its objectives, purposes, principles and programmes. To motivate communities to observe and live according to the principles of the United Nations. Organise various activities and functions to celebrate special days of UN Member Nations. To be a centre for the collection of data on inborn talents, issues, interests and culture of children, youth, elders, women and men, and promote activities, camps, counselling centres, leadership training, exhibitions, international exchange programmes, educational and vocational training, workshops, conferences, career guidance, intellectual, physical and other activities. To implement social services and economic enterprise development projects in different fields and involving children, youth, women and men. SUNFO has expanded its services island wide by establishing branches in all provinces of Sri Lanka. SUNFO mainly promotes volunteerism and overseas volunteers are welcome to join SUNFO to implement projects here in Sri Lanka. VIRTUAL VOLUNTEERING: Graphic designing, translation, fundraising, project report preparation, website designing.

We may place volunteers with residential facilities at our centers at Moratuwa and Ambalangoda. We invite volunteers for community services, child care, teaching English and other languages, Youth development, costruction, gardening, music, sports, environmental programs, etc. contact sunfomobile@yahoo.com with your details.

ANIDASO NSAE FOUNDATION

Description

We work in Ghana to provide impoverished, orphaned and street children with Health Care and Education.

We need volunteers to help with teaching in one of our partner schools (any subject of your preferred choice), helping in local hospitals (i.e. during child delivery in the Maternity Unit), holding HIV/Aids awareness talks etc. These are only a few examples of the things you could be doing here in Ghana and we are willing to accommodate you with any skills you may have. If you have an idea in which area you would like to volunteer you can also let us know and we will see if such an opportunity is available.

VOLUNTEER LATIN AMERICA

Description

Volunteer Latin America provide free and low-cost work abroad opportunities in Central and South America. We aim to connect volunteers to some of the best grassroots projects in the environmental and humanitarian sectors.

The environmental projects we offer are as varied and interesting as you might imagine, ranging from forestry to wildlife rescue and rehabilitation. A multitude of other opportunities exist in a diverse range of species, habitats and locations. As well as offering a vast range of environmental projects, we offer volunteers the opportunity to help the economically, socially and politically disadvantaged people of the region by providing a wide variety of humanitarian work. There are opportunities to get involved in child welfare, community development, education and health programmes.

The projects we offer either require the volunteer to make a small financial contribution (participation fee), are free but volunteers are responsible for covering their own living expenses, or provide complimentary accommodation and food.

Projects vary in length from one week up to a full year. Most of the projects we offer are from one month to three months; however, there are opportunities to volunteer for shorter or longer periods of time.

Because we help hundreds of grassroots organisations find people willing to help them achieve their objectives, we support environmental conservation and local community development in the region. Without the support and commitment of volunteers many of these organisations would be unable to carry out their vital work.

Cheetah Experience Ashia

Description

Founded in 2016 Cheetah Experience Ashia is a 35 hectares working agricultural farm supporting environmental values and with a strong focus on the conservation of endangered big and small cats, but in particular cheetahs.
Cheetah Experience Ashia offers a tranquil home and sanctuary to its hand-raised ambassador cheetahs, including the retired or unique cheetahs who need extra love and attention as they could not survive in the wild.
Volunteers have the opportunity to come and join us in our conservation efforts, getting hands-on experience working with our animals on a farm, whilst spending time with people that share a love and passion for new experiences and at the same time supporting the fight of an endangered animal.
Volunteers work alongside our family of experienced and knowledgeable staff, doing the same daily work they do, thus giving volunteers an amazing opportunity to have up close and personal experiences with our animals, whilst learning on a daily basis.
The volunteer programmes give you the freedom to volunteer for as long as you like; for shorter periods or extended stays depending on your requirements. Volunteers can choose to lodge in our volunteer house or our working holiday volunteers have the option to stay in our separate units for a more relaxing stay. Breakfast and lunch is provided, and volunteers have two days off per week to explore Cape Town and the surrounding Winelands area.
Cheetah Experience Ashia is fully supportive of all ethical research projects that will assist in the conservation of the cheetah now and in the future, as well as other studies that are of a conservation, environmental or tourism nature. To this end Cheetah Experience Ashia has relationships in place with universities in South Africa and Europe and encourages students to explore research options with us, whether data collection and studies for undergraduate dissertations or Masters / PhD. Experienced staff members offer mentoring, guidance and assistance to students conducting research projects and facilitate requirements around everyday activities.
“With our volunteer programmes, you’ll have once in a lifetime opportunities, as well as memories and friendships to last you for many years to come.”

HEEALS

Description

HEEALS is a vibrant civil society organization aims to safeguard health, environment, education and livelihood to promote sustainable development of society. Its a platform to share create innovate and work on the issue which bring change for the betterment of the society .

Heeals is a non profit organisation registered under the Indian Government Section 21 of 1860 Society Act. Heeals is an acronym denoting our commitment to committing human and technical resource to achieve Health Education Environment and Livelihood Society for all.

Our Projects

WATER SANITATION MENSTRUAL HYGIENE AND GIRL EDUCATION PROJECT

CHILDREN INFORMAL EDUCATION PROJECT

GREEN EARTH PROJECT TO PROMOTE AND PROTECT ENVIRONMENT



Website: www.heeals.org

Email: communications@heeals.org

people and places - responsible volunteering

Description

people and places, an international award winning organisation, provides well-matched, rewarding, challenging and safe experiences for volunteers and local people – with their mutual informed consent.

Volunteers’ skills and experience are matched specifically to the projects’ needs – we put the right people in the right places, at the right time.

people and places is a social enterprise and is not run for the benefit of shareholders.

At least 80% of volunteers' funds are spent in the host country – and volunteers know HOW and WHERE their money is spent.

people and places matches skills and experience to need – our role is to enable both volunteers and local communities to gain mutual benefits. Crucial to this role are our relationships with our local partners.

The planning and development of projects is through our local partners, our project management teams – people who are inspired and inspiring, and who are in and of their community – they are the ongoing link with projects and volunteers, thus maintaining sustainable development and continuity in the project.

Volunteers are fully involved in the planning of their own individual placement – we match their skills to the project’s needs; we discuss the project’s proposals with the volunteers; with mutual agreement, the volunteer’s placement is confirmed.

Africa ICT Right

Description

Africa ICT Right (AIR) is an ICT-oriented NGO established in 2007 and run by a team of volunteers. AIR was established in order to use Information and Communication Technology (ICT) tools to address critical national problems pertaining to education, gender, youth empowerment and health in Ghana.

AIR was created out of the belief that the modern world is in the midst of a profound technological revolution where personal computers, mobile phones and Internet technologies play a critical role but there is great inequality in the distribution of these tools, which is detrimental not only to underserved communities, but also to our society.

We partner with donors, governmental and private institutions, NGOs and local communities to address this detriment through our integrated development programs that provide technological solutions and support to educational and health facilities especially in less privileged areas where the digital gap is most pronounced.

Youth Partnership for Peace and Development

Description

With Active programs in Sierra Leone and Liberia, the Youth Partnership for Peace and Development (YPPD) is a voluntary and non-profit youth-led development organization working directly with development partners across the world. Established as a post-conflict initiative, the organization is staffed by a group of young proactive youths who are convinced that development does not lie in the hands of the elderly alone, about also in those of young people.

It maintains the view that young people can be agents of positive change, and works for ways of enabling youth to step forward for social transformation in various communities and the world at large.
The overarching goal of YPPD is to contribute to the endeavors of supporting youth development, peaceful conflict resolution, stability, sustainable development, peace and democracy in Sierra Leone. It works to increase the capacity of vulnerable groups through training, partnership, advocacy, enhancing the youth knowledge base and equipping them with livelihood skills. It is a platform for diverse kinds of actions committed to engaging key stakeholders at different levels of development across the country.
Our work is inspired by the daily struggles of our communities and the enormous opportunity that exists in collaboratively working with others in the search for sustainable solutions.

ORANGUTAN HEALTH PROJECT

Description

Orangutan Health Project is a unique and fascinating project investigating the special behaviours and ecological conditions necessary for maintenance of health in wild orangutans. As part of a 13-day volunteer team, you will perform various tasks necessary for the project’s work at the time you are visiting. Much of this fieldwork will be carried out in the jungle, where you will have a once in a lifetime chance to experience a living, breathing rain forest in one of the most beautiful areas of the world. If that isn't enough, you will be within viewing distance of the most graceful primate on earth (physical contact is NOT allowed). The importance of our work cannot be emphasized enough - it will bring knowledge to basic science, public health, and wildlife conservation management and help save both flora and fauna. Possible research tasks in the forest include: Finding and following orangutans to collect behavioural data and/or faecal and plant samples, nest counting to provide seasonally varying estimates of the orangutan population, fruit trail transects to record the range of foodstuffs available to orangutans in an area, or locating areas with a significant wild orangutan population.

SUPPORTING KIDS IN PERU (SKIP)

Description

Created in 2003, SKIP is a British non-profit organization helping economically-disadvantaged children to realize their right to an education.



We are currently working with children, teenagers and families living in the impoverished district of El Porvenir in the city of Trujillo, north coast of Peru. We promote quality education and foster the capacity of children and families to be the principal agents of change in their own lives. We work in partnership with families through holistic programs focusing on the educational, economic, emotional and social development of each child and family.



We are always looking for teachers, social workers, youth workers, economic development monitors, psychologists, pre-school teachers staff, communications specialists, translators, journalists and people with enthusiasm for the work that we are doing.

Cosmic Volunteers

Description

Cosmic Volunteers is US-based non-profit offering international volunteering trips since 2000 to China, Ghana, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Nepal, Peru, Tanzania, Thailand, and Vietnam. Volunteers stay from 1 week to 1 year. They volunteer at orphanages, schools, clinics, media companies, Buddhist monasteries, AIDS clinics, women's groups, and wildlife parks and more. Ages 14-70+. Group trips & individual programs available. Led by American Scott Burke, Cosmic Volunteers is not affiliated with any government or religious organizations. We receive all of our funding from program fees paid by our volunteers. Contact Scott today to find out why: We're the Best Volunteering Organization You've Never Heard Of!

Wildlife SOS

Description

Wildlife SOS was established in 1995 by Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani with the holistic belief that providing sustainable alternative livelihoods and education to communities dependent on wildlife and natural resources, would lead to sustainable wildlife protection.

Wildlife SOS’s major project was the abolition of the barbaric practice of dancing bears in which sloth bear cubs were poached from the wild and trained using cruel methods to entertain tourists. Wildlife SOS started work on the rehabilitation of the Kalandar communities (originally Muslim gypsies with a highly nomadic lifestyle who were famous for their mastery over animals) through education and an alternative livelihood program as an extension of this dancing bear rescue project.

Our other project focuses on the plight of captive elephants in India, who are privately owned and have the cruel history of being used for begging, or are held in temples for blessings or are being forced to perform in circuses. Wildlife SOS is trying to improve the situation
for these elephants by rescuing injured and sick elephants that are forced to work in oppressive conditions as well as doing advocacy and using legislation to prevent the capture and trading of wild elephant calves and their sale and trade in private ownership as that will go a long way to resolve the abuse of privately owned elephants.

ACTION FOR CHILDREN IN CONFLICT (AfCiC)

Description

Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) works with children and young people to break the cycle of violence, hatred and despair by providing psychological, emotional and educational support to enable these survivors to come to terms with their past experiences, make the most of their present and build a better future. AfCiC currently operates programmes in Kenya. Our work focuses on children and young adults as often they are the most vulnerable during and after conflict and the most able to overcome the conflicts in their communities and to bring about change in the future. 1. We have four charity shops in Abingdon, Didcot, Faringdon and Grove and intend to open more. We are always looking for responsible volunteers to work in our shops. 2. There are three main options for volunteering in Thika, Kenya. Firstly there is Holiday Club Volunteering, where volunteers work directly with vulnerable children in a school enviroment during the August school holidays, teaching in the morning and then helping with fun activities in the afternoon. Secondly working with street children at the Interim Care Centre, where volunteers live on-site and assist in the care and rehabilitation of the children. Finally, there are posistions for volunteers working in legal aid - Kenya's Children's Legal Aid Work provides legal advice, advocacy and mediation for children affected by the law. Volunteers with a law background are needed for a minimum of three months to assist with this programme.

VISION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Description

Vision for Sustainable Development. (VFSD) is non-governmental organization (NGO) founded in Uganda, East Africa and located in Kampala District-Kawempe Division-Kazo anogla II lugoba zone just behind the division headquarters. It was registered in 2005 with the ministry of internal affairs under the department of community welfare services. We work on the following objectives and activities:- · HIV/AIDS counseling and sensitization to the affected and infected groups. · Educating orphan children and vulnerable groups through the provision of school fees assistance and scholastic materials e.g. books, sets, rulers. pens, pencils, coloured pencils, brooms and toilet paper etc. · Promotion of health programmes in hygiene, sanitation and nutrition. · Promotion of income generating activities and development activities. · Educating training entrepreneurship skills to the youth. We have been working for three years with help from volunteers, membership, local individuals and well wishers' contributions. With the spirit of charity and volunteering in VFSD-Uganda over 150 orphans, vulnerable children and families in Kampala and the Kumi District have been helped and we have brought hope and joy into their lives VSFD is looking for volunteers to help us continue our services.

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