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Anuschka Mahdjoobian's volunteer story:
"To help other people, to do social work, to get work experiences abroad, to learn about other cultures, to see other countries, to get to know the other country and the people in another way than tourists these were my aims and I could fullfill them as volunteer. Before my graduation of psychology..." read more...

Brianne Miers's volunteer story:
"My volunteer experience in Nepal is one that I remember by the quality of friendships that I made during my time there. Everyone that I met during those seven weeks- from the Hands for Help staff to my Nepali family to the other teachers at my school- made me feelvery welcome and at home immediately..." read more...

Emely Smith's volunteer story:
"I am a 20-year-old university student from the UK. I wanted to spend 5 weeks of my summer holiday experiencing a different culture and giving something to country that I later found gave even more back to me. I arrived in Kathmandu feeling completely exhausted by the flight from London. I had conta..." read more...

Justine and Nicola's volunteer story:
"We arrived in Kathmandu around 9:00 pm after a short flight from Delhi. We purchased our visas at the airport which was very straightforward. Badri, from H for H, met us at the airport and after seeing the chaos that can occur as cabdrivers seek your patronage, it was a relief to have assistance get..." read more...

Krish Jails's volunteer story:
"My girlfriend (Nicki) and I found out about HforH Nepal from a link on the CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) web site, and after some good reviews from some other larger volunteer organizations, chose to take the plunge. HforH found us a placement together in a local village where Nic..." read more...

Laurent Benedetti's volunteer story:
"I decided to work as a medical volunteer in Nepal because of my interest in international medicine and my curiosity of different cultures. I discovered Hands for Help Nepal (H for H) through Internet searches and decided to contact them, as they were the most flexible organisation with regard to the..." read more...

Micheline Nguyen's volunteer story:
"I decided to travel to Nepal because I was looking for adventure, I wanted to discover somewhere completely different from home. I was part of another group of volunteers back home. We were all going somewhere different in the world to do some volunteer work mostly in the health dept. When I got to ..." read more...

Nikki Armstrong's volunteer story:
"My boyfriend (Kris) and I decided to volunteer with Hands for Help after several Internet searches. They seemed to be the most flexible, were willing to place us together, and had a health care posting for me and an environmental one for Kris. Anil and Badri met us at the airport and took us to our ..." read more...

Tanya's volunteer story:
"My voluntary placement was with the Helpless Children Protection Home in Kathmandu. This was about a 10 minute walk from the apartment. I was responsible for entertaining around a dozen 3-5 year olds for a few hours everyday. This was actually quite exhausting, especially as we communicated in di..." read more...

Tara Hill's volunteer story:
"I am so glad that I chose to volunteer with Hands for Help Nepal during the summer of 2003! As a graduate student in public administration with a focus in international non-profit management I was seeking a short-term volunteer experience that would provide me with a real-life understanding of what ..." read more...

Tsering Pema Lama's volunteer story:
"After completing my second year of undergraduate studies in USA I came home for the three month long summer break. During this break I interned/volunteer at a Health Post located in the outskirts of Kathmandu city. I have always had a keen interest in the field of medicine and plan to pursue a caree..." read more...

Yaso Sivakumaran's volunteer story:
"So I am embarking on this volunteer expedition to Kathmandu in order to extract some meaning from life which has so far been a series of meaningless, crazy, carelessly put together years of competitive education in Singapore with no tangible purpose. But anyway, my summer was almost about to end, an..." read more...

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