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We help social projects in Nepal by sending YOU right there.

A short introduction

Our team has various experiences in volunteering abroad, intercultural exchange and volunteering with disabilities. Out of our own experiences in volunteering, we created detailed project information, which will help you to find the right project according to your interests, talents and skills. Our project partners are chosen by the need of support and have clear ideas about their goals for volunteers.With Move Nepal, we want to give projects and volunteers the chance to benefit from each other. One of our main goals is to achieve a win-win situation for both projects and their volunteers.

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Move Nepal is a local volunteer initiative. All profits go to local training programs for visually impaired people and the projects you work on. With the small amount of projects we have, there may not be many options, but we do have frequent contact with our project partners and host families. We offer volunteer opportunities for people with disabilities and we give them the chance to establish their own project ideas and plans. With the help of our supportive community, we offer meaningful volunteering experiences. Our volunteer fees are highly affordable and for a low cost, you have access to a high quality volunteer opportunity.

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News & Stories

September 16 – 22. 2015

All profits from our September 16 – 22 Into Thin Air tour will go directly towards the construction of schools in the Nuwakot region of Nepal. So come on out here for the ride of a lifetime and help Nepal get back on its feet! For more information head to www.heartsandtears.com ww.heartsandtears.com

Contact us for Volunteering an visits to Nepal

You will find some more informations on our Facebook page MoveNepal. For pictures of the earthquake help report and opportunity’s to get involved visit Facebook or write us a email.

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Help Report Hem

A week passed since the deadly earthquake rocked the Nepal. According to the latest statistics, The death toll from April 25 earthquake has reached 7250. More than 14267 injured. 6085 are receiving treatment in various hospitals. Still many Persons with disabilities are facing miserable lives. Pwds ate spread in different places arpund the city. It (…) Read the Rest…

Help Report Hearts and Tears

Hearts & Tears Motorcycle Club Doing our bit one village at a time. Spent today on the dirt bike with an incredible Nepali called Raju visiting devastated villages in the Gorkha region. We were carrying water filtration systems sponsored by ‪#‎wavesforwater. We demonstrated and supplied the devices for clean water at 8 villages. The destruction was (…) Read the Rest…

The Band association of lakeside- Earthquake Help Report

Band association of lakeside are collecting for the quake victims & they are distributing it to the victims by themselves at gorkha…again another team will begoing to gorkha soon & we’re still collecting…..if u want to donate then feel free to drop by…we’re collecting things at Neighbourhood Restro & Bar opposite of club amsterdam

Hearts and Tears- Earthquake Help Report

Lots of work is being done on the ground here to assist in the aftermath of the earthquake. Conflicting reports are coming through about how to best donate to the cause. There are many options of course but in my belief to bypass large iNGO’s and give directly to a trusted organisation will ensure that (…) Read the Rest…

Independent Living Society’s-Help report

A beautiful village of Kaski District; Thumki…. Nearly 30 kilometers far from Pokhara at the east. 23 homes totally devastated by the strong tremor of earthquake. Two home belonged to persons with disabilities. The Independent Living Society  handed over relief package to the mother of Ishor Rana Magar (12 years old blind child) and Ramesh (…) Read the Rest…

We have some updates from our friends and project partners that help people which got effected by the earthquake!

IEC Nepal will start at a new Training Center

In march 2015 a new Training Center for Iec Nepal will Open New Computer Trainings for the visualy impaired. The Center will be located in Leknath a bit outside of the city Pokhara. All are looking forward to Start with New Trainings. The cenet er will Join to ngos together Kaski association for the blind (…) Read the Rest…