Nepal is one of the most stunningly beautiful and culturally rich countries in the world. It is home to Mount Everest, the birthplace of Buddha, and an astonishingly beautiful landscape, ranging from the well-known peaks of the Himalaya to the low-lying regions of the Terai. However, Nepal is also one of the most under-developed countries in the world and truly needs the help of global volunteers.
-Primary School Teaching
-Buddhist Monastery Teaching
-Woman Empowerment & Learning
-Mountain Villages Earthquake Rebuilding
- Community Construction
-Stray Dog Rehabilitation
-Medical Hospital Internship
-Mount Everest Base Camp Trek & Volunteering Experience
Join over 20,000 IVI volunteers and make a real difference! IVI is a Charity & Non Profit Org.
- Everest Base Camp Trek and Volunteering Combination Offered
- Check out our Adventure Week in Nepal!
- Available all year round - Short & Long Term Stays
- Quality Accommodation in Central Location
- IVI has 30+ years experience - Offering Affordable and Trusted Programs
Provide assistance to under-staffed kindergartens in Kathmandu teaching basic English and life skills. Bring along your energy and enthusiasm for teaching 3 to 6 year olds, using basic English, games, songs and creative activities.
This program aims to rescue injured and mistreated stray dogs for rehabilitation and safe housing in pet shelters so they can be put up for adoption of released. Feed, walk, care for and clean the animals, giving them lots of love and attention!
The adult literacy rate in Nepal is 67% and even less for woman. Help empower young and elderly woman with education so they can help bring themselves and their families out of poverty
On Saturday 25th April, 2015 the most powerful earthquake to hit Nepal since 1934 struck near Saurpani, between capital Kathmandu and tourist town Pokhara. Measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale, up to 10,000 people are believed to have died from the natural disaster. Here you'll focus on the rebuilding of schools, orphanages and health centers in Kathmandu and remote villages deep in the mountains of Nepal.