5 Signs That You are a Perfect FDIP Volunteer
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You easily get friendly with new location and people
Volunteering with FDIP means you will work with people in rural areas of Nepal. The places you are going to visit might appear completely new and never seen before type. The people, tradition and culture may also be of a kind you’ll witness for the first time. So, you should be pretty adaptive to new circumstances.
You smile when you make others smile
Did you ever feel that way? IF making some positive change in others life brings some satisfaction to you then you can be a perfect FDIPer. FDIP’s main motive is to make a positive impact in the place and people in need through the participation of its volunteers . A true FDIPer will volunteer through his/her heart than mind.
You are ready to step outside your comfort zone and see the other side of the world
You might have heard about third worlds and developing countries but you may not encounter with the lives there. Volunteer FDIP will give you a chance to get a close insight of that world and make some significant contribution. It’s up to you how enthusiastic you are to step out of your day to day life and make a memorable journey.
You believe that sharing your knowledge/skill and love is also a great contribution to make
Volunteering and charity is not always about monetary evaluation. Sharing knowledge, skills, love and care also matters a lot to the people in need. Volunteer FDIP is started with this belief and each FDIPer is expected to have this belief.
You tend to leave a footprint of every journey you make
Meaningful travelling is an opportunity to make your journey worthwhile. You will leave an impact of your journey even after you leave your volunteer work place and the experience will stay in your mind always as a valuable memory.
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