Volunteers combine english and computer classes

Two volunteers from Austria, Anthea and Lucy, visited the Akaladevi Secondary School in Salang.  After evaluating the level of each students they started to teach everybody according to their own skill level.

Nepal School helped by volunteers
Anthea and Lucy teaching students in Nepal

The students were very excited about the computer lessons, i.e. getting basic knowledge about computers and how to use them. While teaching computer skills, the volunteers encouraged the students to make conversation in English. Thereby, the students were motivated to overcome their shyness, ask and answer questions naturally, and improve their English conversation skills.


Anthea and Lucy furthermore volunteered at the Shree Shradha Women School. They worked with the students on English pronunciation, grammar, free-handwriting and they helped the local teachers to improve their English skills.

The students of this Women school are underprivileged and it is outstandingly beautiful to teach them with the assistance of foreign volunteers. The feeling that overseas volunteers are coming from a far distance to teach them is  always extremely encouraging for the female students and inspires them to go ahead and learn and fight for a better life. 

The students here need to learn simple conversation and basic grammar to gain confidence to speak English. From their first till the final day, we hope that both volunteers understood how highly cherished their contribution was. They clearly did their best to help these innocent women, who have the hope of learning despite all kind of hindrances they encounter in both their families and societies.

Thank you so much for your efforts, Lucy and Anthea!

Update Computer Lab in Mulpani

New Laptops for the school of Mulpani make modern education possible.

Thanks to the help of Barbara and Martin who stayed in the village of Mulpani to teach English, a new computer lab built  and now makes computer science lessons possible again, after the old building and all equipment was destroyed during the earthquake. The team of Free Volunteering Nepal would also like to cordially thank the many people from Germany who collected and sent laptops as a donation for the school to Kathmandu!

Donated Laptops help children in Nepal

Special thanks go to Chin of Pristine Nepal Trekking & Expeditions, a former student of the school, who supported this project with great efforts to make this vision became true.  Pristine Nepal furthermore supports Free Volunteering Nepal by donating 51% of special Nepal trekking tours to education projects.

Finally – Computer Science Lessons in the school of Mulpani

Opening a Health Care Center in Gorkha

On the 3th November, a new Health Care Center was opened in Gorka. The help of many people made this success only possible! Local people and volunteers worked together amazingly to improve health care in this remote rural area. Many thanks to everyone who made this success possible.

If you like to be part of a project like this as an volunteer in Nepal – write us!

Opening of a healthcare center in Gorkha.

Swiss Volunteer makes a difference!

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Helping hands are always wanted

During October, Katharina and Annelies from Switzerland volunteered in the rural village Salang. They helped building a new type of oven that blow less soot into the kitchen, the central room of the family life. This project will help improve the quality of life of many families in the rural village.

A new oven – built by volunteers









In addition, they used their special skills to show the people of the village how physiotherapy can help in various life circumstances. To make a long lasting impact they even trained the local people in basic effective physiotherapy techniques.

The team of Free Volunteering Nepal is very grateful to Annelies and Katharina for their efforts!

Education to make a difference
Don’t worry – be happy!

Teaching in Kathmandu

This summer Muat, a student of  Qassin University, visited the children’s home in Kathmandu,Nepal. Muat taught the kids how to make slide shows, create pdf-files and work with videos. It was a great fun for all and a very nice experience!

Muat and his students, very eager to learn

The Free Volunteering Nepal team is proud of him and his contribution to a better future for the children. We cordially thank Muat for volunteering in Nepal.