Visit of Vice-President of German Bundestag

We are thrilled to report that the Vice President of Bundestag (Lower House of  German Parliament),  Claudia Roth,  visited one of the partner organizations of Free Volunteering Nepal, our EPSA project.  EPSA supports and assists disabled women in Nepal. During her visit, Mrs. Roth and her entourage could take a deep look into the good work that is done in the EPSA home for disabled women near Kathmandu. EPSA is built on the vision to educate and train physically disabled women in crafting skills that will facilitate their independence from continuous financial support and allow them to live a self-determined life – sadly still out of reach for most women born with disabilities in Nepal today.

Succesful Work in Kathmandu
The Vice-President of Bundestag, the parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany, Claudia Roth, visited a project of free volunteering Nepal. (Claudia Roth sits in the center, earing a white scarf.  On the very right of the group, you can see Free Volunteering Nepal coordinator, Ganesh Magar. Second from the right is Sangita Pant, the president of EPSA.)

During an official journey to Nepal and Bhutan,  Claudia Roth visited Kathmandu in her function as Vice President of the German Bundestag. The intention behind this visit was to strengthen the  bilateral friendship between the Governments of Nepal, Bhutan and Germany. Furthermore, Mrs. Roth specifically emphasized the importance of supporting the human rights community and civil society in Nepal, as well as their important roles in realizing central goals of humanity, such as peace and justice.

The Vice president suggested Nepal should improve the support for disabled women in their efforts  to live an independent life. Her visit and initiation of a project led by the German embassy in Kathmandu served as proof for the readiness of Germany to support the endeavor of EPSA to empower disabled women.

Succeful Volunteering in Kathmandu
Dorji Tsering Sherpa and Ganesh Magar explaining their work to Claudia Roth, the Vice-President of the Bundestag (Germany)

During her three day visit to Nepal, Mrs. Roth met the  President of Nepal, Bidya Devi Bhandari, as well as representatives of the Dalai Lama. We are very proud that the name of Sangita Pant, the President of EPSA in Nepal, was added to this list of personalities.  The Team of Free Volunteering Nepal was impressed by a very sensitive statement by Claudia Roth,  that the women in the EPSA home are not disabled, but a society, which treats them disrespectfully, is.

Sangita Pant, Ganesh Magar and Doriji Tsering Sherpa thanked the people and government of Germany for their continuous support to Nepal’s development, on a large scale after the 2015 earthquake, but also by such specific actions aiming at improvements in the individual life of Nepali people in need.




Ensure Water Supply in Nepal

Water is life!

We helped in many ways to improve the water supplies in Nepal. For building infrastructure, helping to ensure the supply of fresh water and make the hard life in the rural region of Nepal a little bit easier we need your help!

Ganesh – clearly the hardest working member of Free Volunteering Nepal!

In the mountain regions of Nepal water is very important. Instead of carrying water bucket by bucket we try to bring wells and pipes to this regions of Nepal. Step by step the life improves, crops can be irrigated, and people have a better living.



The infrastructure provide the help the people of Nepal are needing. We are working together and with the people of the region. Instead of thinking about how we would solve problems we ask them what is a problem and how we can be supportive and getting things they really mater to be done.

A very special Thanks to Ganesh who helped, took care and managed in an incredible amount of work to improve the life of so many people in Nepal!

Thank you so much!