work camp

Work Camps

Do you want to help make a positive difference in people’s lives by being part of an international short-term volunteer project? Want to give back to the society through meaningful travel? Looking for top rated, inexpensive and safe volunteering opportunity in a foreign country to spread the common good? Then you have come to the right place.
By joining NVCYE’s Work Camps you will get once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live your passion of helping others, while working and living with young people from across the world. In this program, you will make many new friends, live with a local host family and immerse yourself in their culture and language. During the work camp, you will also gain vital life skills like effective communication, learn social and organizational skills and enhance the ability to work in a team and lead from the front. At the same time, you might also take up excellent hobbies like hiking, travelling, photography and develop passion for humanitarian works and working in nature conservation by participating in this program. 
All in all, you are guaranteed to have a memorable time helping others in need while exploring new culture, place, natural wonders and tourist attractions. This is the most meaningful as well as safe way for you to contribute in your own little way to help change the world for the common good.
NVCYE will organize regular work camps for a minimum of five participants on wide range of issues and purposes for a period of 10 to 15 days (the duration can be extended upon request from the organization sending the volunteers). The work camp is organized during the summer with special focus on conservation and during winter and Christmas break with special focus on teaching and renovation work. 
The following activities are organized during the workcamp:

  • Renovating and painting schools and orphanages
  • Construction program
  • Organise eco-friendly hiking and trekking
  • Volunteering in nurseries and farms
  • Nepali culture and language classes
  • Teaching English in local schools and orphanages