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Volunteer Teaching in Local Schools
Volunteer teaching with FDIP is an opportunity to the volunteers who want to improve learning and teaching environment in rural areas by their teaching skills. Whether you are in a vacation, gap year, education break or career break this project is suitable for you to make a travel experience for meaningful reason.
English is second language in Nepal and very essential for academic and professional growth, but students find very difficult to go through this subject. Hence Volunteer teaching project of FDIP is mainly started for teaching English, but depending on your interest and skills you can also participate to teach Mathematics, Science, Computer Basics and Arts.
Educational institutes in Nepal, mostly community and rural schools lack qualitative education system. Learning with the folks from developed country can turn out to be a great experience for the students of such schools. Students are very eager to learn and we believe that teachers from different places don’t only improve the process of learning but also provide variation and multiple dimensions to learning exercises.
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* Fees for the group volunteering will be decided by our project officer depending on the size and nature of group.
- Registration fee include
- Volunteer FDIP staff support
- Communication,marketing and web cost of FDIP
- Arrangement of host family or placement.
- Program fee include
- Airport pickup
- Orientation cost of volunteer
- Contribution to host family
- Food and accomodation
- Emergency support
- Program fee exclude
- Airfares and visa charge
- Travel Insurance
- Bevarages extra food and laundry
- Recreational activities
- Any other personal needs
- Daily transportations
Skills and Qualifications to Volunteer
You do not need to have prior experience or professional expertise to be a volunteering in Nepal as a teacher, but you should know the value of teaching & learning and should have the motives of sharing knowledge for good reason. Applicants will be notified about the topics they will be teaching after they select the interested subject and they should make sure that they can get along with the students while teaching those topics.
2 days long orientation is held by our local staffs in Kathmandu. Volunteers are introduced to basic Nepali language and greets, meanwhile they are also informed about the local customs, safety, travel guidance and all the dos and don'ts in the Nepali Society. You will be provided contact details of our local office, maps and other useful information. Volunteers will be explained about the school they are going to be teaching and materials they will be going through.
Note: You’ll be informed about the school sessions and holidays during before the application process.
Your Week as a Volunteer
First day: On the first day you'll be briefed about the teaching project and you will be ushered to the project location by our field officer.
Weekdays: In weekdays volunteer will be solely engaged in project. Daily schedule will be as follows
Morning: Breakfast ( As provided by homestay)
Daybreak: Volunteer placement
Evening: Back to homstay for dinner and rest
Food & Accommodation
Volunteers will be received at airport by our local staff. Volunteer are accommodated in our hostel for 2 days till the orientation. Volunteers are then accommodated at homestays.
You will be provided basic living standard with clean room, pure drinking water, hygienic food, bathroom and shower. Volunteers might share their room with other co-volunteers. Local meal in Nepal is Daal Bhaat, consisting of beans curry( daal),steamed rice(bhaat), vegetables, pickles and occassionally chicken or meat.
If you have any health issue and special dietary requirements please inform us while applying for the project. It will be tried to fulfill your all hygienic and nutritional requirement in meal but as a volunteer we will also be expecting some flexibility from you.