- Written by UK-Team Leader Cathryn Hamer, 16U November Charlie 2

From bankers to nurses, theatre managers to engineers, and from all parts of UK and Nepal; 14 individuals from all walks of life came together, two weeks ago, ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime with Raleigh Nepal.

June 30, 2016
16I project managers depart for project planning visits

After a week of intensive training at the Vijaya Development Resource Center (VDRC) in Gaindakot, we waved off our six Project Managers as they headed out on their Project Planning Visits to their allocated community project villages. Project Manager, Jitesh shares his experience here.

June 28, 2016

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for our Team Leaders, who have been down at the Vijaya Development Resource Center (VDRC) in Gaindakot, receiving intensive training and learning about leadership, operations, health and safety, project management, project implementation, and Active Global Citizenship.

June 24, 2016

- Written by Spring cycle In-country Volunteer Swayamta Acharya

The greatest gift that you can give to someone is your time, because when you give your time you are giving a portion of your life that you will never get back.

My experience as a Raleigh volunteer from last cycle was amazing, and volunteering is something that I hope to do again in the future.

June 16, 2016
Jitseh welcome

Raleigh Nepal is excited to welcome seven new Volunteer Manager/Project Managers, joining the three Advance Volunteer Managers to begin two weeks intense training at Gaindakot training centre. From varied backgrounds, the Project Managers will hone their skills to help make lasting change through leading young people to work with local communities towards a sustainable future.

June 16, 2016
Raleigh Nepal Feildbase Team

With the arrival of three Advance Volunteer Managers – the Advance Medic, Communications Officer and Photographer – and the imminent arrival of the rest of the Volunteer Managers, our happy home/office is becoming complete.

June 13, 2016

Raleigh International Nepal heartily welcomes our 16U UK and In-Country Team Leaders. They are all prepared, excited and looking forward to making positive changes over the course of their next cycle. We hope that you all are as ready as we are!!!

June 11, 2016

On Saturday 28th May, the In-Country Volunteers from the first ICS placement in Nepal reunited. This is the very first time that all the Volunteers and Team Leaders have come together since we left our villages at the beginning of May, after spending twelve weeks together, sharing moments of happiness, sorrow and learning, like a big family in four different communities of Makwanpur. Having been apart for almost a month, we met with each other again, and shared nostalgic moments, which quickly turned into endless talks and laughter.

May 31, 2016

Now that the first 12-week cycle has come to an end here in Nepal, the volunteers have taken some time to reflect back on their individual journeys, and think about the things that they have experienced during their time on programme. As well as reflecting on her own experiences, one of the volunteers, Laura, who was based in Nibuwatar on a water, health, and sanitation project, also took some time to ask some of the community members to reflect back on their shared experiences and pass on any messages or words of advice for future volunteers:

May 27, 2016