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    All Hands Volunteers

    Dominica, Mexico, Nepal & More

    All Hands Volunteers is a non-profit organization based in the United States. The organization grants assistance to victims and survivors of natural calamities all over the world through its volunteers. Volunteers are provided with tools, meals, housing and organized work free of charge to enable them to effectively respond to the needs of the communities. Project locations change as needs arise, so check for current project locations.

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    Brahma Yoga Peeth

    Pokhara, Nepal

    Our Mission at Pokhara Ashram is to create an oasis for those seeking a higher purpose in life through deep meditation and yoga practices, while fostering an environment for like-minded people to gather, enrich, and support each other regardless of religious background, sexual orientation, nationality, race, financial capability or mental state.

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    Conscious Impact

    Nawalpur, Nepal

    In response to the 2015 earthquakes, Conscious Impact is working to support the Sindhupalchowk region of Nepal by providing access and education to sustainable technologies. Volunteer team work alongside local community members to produce Compressed Stabilized Earth Blocks (CSEB), fill earthbags, ram earthen walls, plant trees, build permaculture gardens, and work with the local youth in schools.

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    Heaven Hill Homestay

    Besisahar, Nepal

    This rural Nepali homestay acts as both a guesthouse for travelers and trekkers, and the accommodation for volunteers living in the village and assisting with various projects. It’s the passion project of Shamser Thapa, who hopes to continue expanding the villages capacity to host foreigners, thus increasing economic opportunity in this tiny Nepali village.

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    Langtang Children’s Home is a fully non-profit organization dependent upon donations and the help of volunteers. The home cares for children who are orphaned, differently-abled and whose parents are unable to take care of them financially.

    They welcome regular volunteers from all over the world and are able to provide accommodation and meals in return for a small contribution.

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    Maya Universe Academy

    Damauli, Nepal

    Maya Universe Academy is the first community-run private school in Nepal. The school runs on a unique system of payment where instead of money, families “pay” for their children’s schooling by working two days a month at Maya’s farm. In a country where public schools provide abysmal educations and many cannot afford private schools, the organization allows children from poor families the opportunity to receive the quality education they deserve.

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    Tegar Osellin Monastery

    Kathmandu, Nepal

    Tegar Oselling Monasteryis a Buddhist Monastery where monks study about different aspects of Buddhism including phylosophy, debate, meditation, religion and everything that compounds Buddhist monks way of life. The monastery has privileged location at the top of a hill around Kathmandu Valley, on the hill in front of Swayambhu Temple — close enough for if you need to do something downtown but apart from Kathmandu’s hustle and bustle, with privileged views from the valley and mountains, making it an incredible place to be with a peaceful and welcoming atmosphere.

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    Tevel b'Tzedek

    Rural Nepal

    Tevel b’Tzedek is an Israeli NGO with aimed at repairing the world locally and globally and working together in impoverished communities to enhance their livelihood, capacity, and well being. This program is only open to volunteers of Jewish heritage between the ages of 20-40.

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    With two offerings, there’s something for backpackers or volunteers of Jewish descent. The Tevel Fellowship is a seven month-long service program for young Jewish professionals in fields related to development such as agriculture, education, health and media. Tevel b’Tzedek is an Israeli NGO with aimed at repairing the world locally and globally and working together in impoverished communities to enhance their livelihood, capacity, and well being. The exchange program is about community-building and education.

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    The Kevin Rohan Memorial Eco-Foundation (KRMEF) is an NGO established in 2008 in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Their aim is to create a healthy, sustainable environment that embodies eco-friendly practices for the well-being of local communities.

    There are various eco-friendly projects that volunteers can participate in. Please check their website to see what opportunities are available.