Volunteer Nepal National Group: VolNepal

Completed Projects

 

Please click on a year below, to see a summary of the projects we completed during that year.

 

2005     |     2007     |     2010     |     2012     |     2014     |     2015

 


 

Why didn’t we have any completed projects during some years?

 

As with any independent enterprise, it takes a certain amount of time to establish the resources (both financial and human capital) required to achieve everything we’d like to achieve.

 

After our registration with the relevant governing bodies for NGOs in 2005, we began to direct our (at the time) limited assets to a few choice projects. Those projects were maintained on an ongoing basis each year until we developed a positive reputation, and thus started to amass sufficient additional resources to begin new projects.

 

For instance, you will notice that in years such as 2005 and 2007, we initiated continuous projects that are still under operation today.

 


  

 2005 Completed Projects

 

Educational Sponsorship Program

Location: Kathmandu

Project Dates: Began in 2005; Ongoing

Total Duration: 10 Years; Ongoing

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Community Benefits: Thus far in our educational sponsorship program, approximately 90 children have been sponsored to go to school through our education program.

 

 

Child Development Program

Location: Kathmandu

Project Dates: Began in 2005; Ongoing

Total Duration: 10 Years; Ongoing

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Community Benefits: This ongoing project is dedicated to providing educational programs and activities for underprivileged and orphaned children in the Kathmandu Valley.

 

 

 2007 Completed Projects

 

Medical and Dental Camp Program

Location: Kathmandu, Chitwan, Bhaktapur

Project Dates: Began in 2007; Ongoing

Total Duration: 8 Years; Ongoing

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Community Benefits: This project facilitates the construction of medical posts, arranges workshops and organizes classes, all with the aim of providing basic training on medical and dental health maintenance, specifically in the areas of waste disposal and personal hygiene.

 

 

 2010 Completed Projects

 

Eco-Club Awareness Program

Location: Chitwan

Project Dates: 2008 - 2010

Total Duration: 2 Years

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Community Benefits: This project delivered classes and workshops designed to promote environmental awareness and ecologically sound development concepts to both lower and higher secondary students.

 

 

 2012 Completed Projects

 

Forest Governance Awareness Program

Location: Chitwan

Project Dates: 2008 - 2012

Total Duration: 4 Years

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Community Benefits: The goals of this project were to create awareness and establish the principles of good forest management and governance through a series of educational initiatives. Here, we partnered with the Community Forest User Group of Nepal to reach the most diverse audience possible.

 

 

 2014 Completed Projects

 

School Reconstruction Program

Location: Kathmandu, Dhading, Palpa, Chitwan

Project Dates: 2013 - 2014

Total Duration: 1 ½ Years

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Community Benefits: This project facilitated the reconstruction of a collection of damaged schools, organized a suite of educational activities for those students, and provided funding for school equipment and uniforms where necessary.

 

 

 2015 Completed Projects

 

School Reconstruction Program

Location: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Nuwakot

Project Dates: April 2015 – May 2015

Total Duration: 1 Month

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Community Benefits: This reconstruction project was in response to April 2015’s earthquake, and over the course of it, we helped to rebuild schools, providing a safe learning environment for the children in those affected areas.

 

 

Psychological Recovery Program

Location: Nuwakot

Project Dates: May 2015 – July 2015

Total Duration: 3 Months

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Community Benefits: Sometimes the intangible effects of a natural calamity such as an earthquake are equally as detrimental as the physical ones. Our psychological programs during this time were designed to rehabilitate children experiencing trauma as a result of the disaster.

 

 

Displacement Home Program

Location: Nuwakot

Project Dates: May 2015 – August 2015

Total Duration: 4 Months

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Community Benefits: This ad hoc project was wildly successful, creating safe and secure temporary accommodation for 20 households who lost their home in April 2015’s earthquake.

 

 

Clean Water Program

Location: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Nuwakot

Project Dates: May 2015 – August 2015

Total Duration: 4 Months

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Community Benefits: Another, and less talked-about effect of the devastating earthquake was a lack of safe drinking water for remote villages. This project was able to provide clean water to 120 schools, and 20 households during months the post-earthquake.

 

 

Lunch Program

Location: Nuwakot

Project Dates: May 2015 – August 2015

Total Duration: 4 Months

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Community Benefits: While the adults and community leaders in the rural areas affected by April’s earthquake were busy with the cleanup and reconstruction process, VolNepal stepped in to ensure the children in those communities had sanitary and nutritious meals. We were able to reach 375 children.

 

Contact Address

Volunteer Nepal National Group (VolNepal)
GPO 9294, Nayabazaar Marg
Kathmandu, Bagmati Zone
44600, Nepal


For General Contact: info@volnepal.org
To Volunteer: volunteer@volnepal.org

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