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Children Home and Farm: Fresh Nepal

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Finaliza: 01/06/2016

Fresh Nepal

Nepal / Infancia

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The goal of the volunteer program is to share the knowledge, motivation, inspiration of volunteers and to improve the lives of the most vulnerable, especially children, who are the main beneficiaries of our projects and initiatives.

The goal of the volunteer program is to share the knowledge, motivation, inspiration of volunteers and to improve the lives of the most vulnerable, especially children, who are the main beneficiaries of our projects and initiatives. Also, sharing their knowledge in different fields and teaching the children about the culture in the volunteer's home country. Volunteers can do arts and crafts; teach music, sports and subjects such as English, math or science. In turn the volunteer will get a chance to be immersed in Nepali culture as well as learn the Nepali language.

VOLUNTEER TASKS

In general, volunteers are expected to perform the following tasks:

  1. He/she may work inside of the office (management work).
  2. He/she will teach the children in the classes.
  3. He/she will play games in extra time.
  4. He/she will work in the women projects outside of the valley or in rural areas.
  5. We shall provide food, the same as the children eat.

However, there is a certain degree of flexibility which shall be discussed with the responsible people in the field.
Volunteering can be for weekly or monthly periods. The duration has to be discussed with the organization. Please fill in the form letting us know which dates are more convenient for you.

Fee:

90 € per week

Includes:

  • Board and lodging while volunteering with us.
  • Two meals a day (lunch and dinner) for the duration of your stay.
  • Emergency 24×7 contact for the duration of your stay in case of an emergency.
  • Pickup from the airport in Kathmandu upon arrival in Nepal.
  • Drop-off at the airport in Kathmandu upon completion of your volunteering.
  • Regular one-on-one follow-ups with the volunteer during their stay to ensure that everything is as expected and to address any problems the volunteer may be having at his/her placement.
  • Administrative costs associated with running the volunteer program.
  • Orientation for the volunteer at the site of volunteering with the staff and children.
  • Orientation of the volunteer around Kathmandu/Lalitpur locations of internet cafes, supermarkets, stationary stores, money exchange centers, photocopying, children's supply stores, etc.
  • Importantly, your volunteer fee also helps support the children home and all the children living in Fresh Nepal.
  • Internet access.

¡ Namasté ! नमस्ते


09/19/2015

National Children's Day

29th Bhadra is as Children’s Day. Children’s Day is the day when Nepal has signed and approved the protocol passed by UN Convention on Child Rights. On 1990 September 14th or 29th of Bhadra, Nepal has signed this protocol. So, to commemorate that day, Nepal started to observe 29th Bhadra as the Children’s Day from 2063 BS. Earlier, this day on 4th of Bhadra. Various programmes regarding children are conducted on Children’s Day. Nepal Children’s Organization and BAL Mandir organize various programmes throughout the country on that day.

Our Kids were participating on the National Children's day organized by Ministry of Women Children and Social welfare, Nepal. Our kids performed Dance on that programme. There were not all the kids in that programme because some kids have their programme at their school. So just some kids participated there.

Dev Ram Tamata

Fresh Nepal. 

08/30/2015

Rakshabandhan & Dinesh Birthday 29th August 2015

Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters. The festival is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister relationship between men and women who are relatives or biologically unrelated. It is called Rakhi Purnima or Krishana janmastami. The festival is observed by Hindus as well as people of other faiths. R

aksha Bandhan is primarily observed inIndiaMauritius and major parts of Nepal. It is also celebrated by many non-Muslims in parts of Pakistan, and by some Non Resident Indian people and Non Resident Nepali around the world. It is also celebrated among all people, irrespective of their religion, in West Bengal and the Punjab.



Raksha Bandhan is an ancient festival, dating back six thousand years to the first Aryan civilization - the Indus Valley Civilization. It has many myths and historic legends linked to it. For example, the Rajput queens practiced the custom of sending rakhi threads to neighboring rulers as token of brotherhood. On Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie arakhi (sacred thread) on her brother's wrist. This symbolizes the sister's love and prayers for her brother's well-being, and the brother's lifelong vow to protect her. The festival falls on the full moon day (Shravan Poornima) of the Shravan month of the Hindu luni-solar calendar.


At Fresh Nepal, We had celebrated it with al the family. Usually we celebrated it every year with all the kids. All the kids have brothers and sisters relation in Fresh Nepal. So as the same way we had celebrated it with all the kids… the girls tie rakhi on her brother’s wrist.

Luckily we have two volunteers from Mission Muskaan they also got great experiences about the Raksha bandhan this time. Dhana tie Thread from the priest. Emmanual and Issabel are the names of the volunteers. They are in fresh Nepal for a week.

Same day we had celebrated the birthday of Dinesh Dadal. He passed his 13th years and running on 14th years of his life. So we have celebrated it in the evening with all the family of Fresh Nepal. 

Dev ram Tamata

Fresh Nepal 

President. 

08/30/2015

Rakshabandhan & Dinesh Birthday 29th August 2015

Raksha Bandhanis a Hindu festival that celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters. The festival is also popularly used to celebrate any brother-sister relationship between men and women who are relatives or biologically unrelated. It is calledRakhi Purnima or Krishana janmastami. The festival is observed by Hindus as well as people of other faiths.Raksha Bandhan is primarily observed inIndiaMauritius and major parts of Nepal. It is also celebrated by many non-Muslims in parts of Pakistan, and by some Non Resident Indian people and Non Resident Nepali around the world. It is also celebrated among all people, irrespective of their religion, in West Bengal and the Punjab.



08/28/2015

Please, Join Us for Extraordinary things for Kids.

Since Starting Fresh Nepal is receiving support from the volunteers. We are really happy with the ex. volunteers that who are supporting to help this foundation to run and also supporting to send new volunteers for Fresh Nepal. We have so many ex volunteers from Europe, USA, Australia as well as Asia too. They all are precious for Fresh Nepal we admiration them all from inner heart of Fresh Nepal family. 

Here I am talking about Maelle Viellote, she started Mission Muskaan in France and she is helping Fresh Nepal with the Sponsorship as well as sending valuable volunteers for Fresh Nepal. 

Baba and Barsha are one of them who are really great for us.

They have been here in Fresh Nepal just for three days but it was memorable time for us. They have painted and also draw some impressive things on the out wall of Fresh Nepal and making some musical activities for the kids too.

Thanks to them for all the thing s that they done in Fresh Nepal.


Dev Ram Tamata

Fresh Nepal

President 

08/13/2015

Eric's Experience at Fresh Nepal.

Day one

As I got out of Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport all I could see few persons standing in front of the building, holding pieces of paper with names, some of them French, some German, others in Asian language. I knew all along that for the next two months my comprehension of written language would be radically challenged. I walked through the street looking for Dhana, hoping that maybe she could find me first, as I glanced in the eyes of a lovely little woman with the right piece of paper. “Welcome to Fresh Nepal”.

A short trip through the crazy yet funny Nepali traffic and there I was, sipping spicy tea in a small and simple kitchen. I introduced myself to Dhana, where I come from, why I am here. Then she showed me the house. It looked very peaceful and comfortable. I felt at ease from the very first moment I got in. This big mansion reminded me the place was my mother was born. It was the way every home should be. Incredibly warm, yet no heaters!

All the kids were still at school and would only be back in early afternoon. I confess that I was a little nervous about meeting them but it all disappeared when they got back home. It was time for the snack while I had the opportunity to introduce myself. The lively and curious glances between us turned very fast into happy laughs.

Let’s get to know each other

Trying to remember every name was a nightmare that almost took a week. In the meanwhile Dev joined us from his native village. We spent a lot of time talking about Nepali's reality and problems. We felt very comfortable in each other’s company and shared many funny stories about our lives while trying to improve the organization. Once the kids got back from school it was time for home works. It’s funny to re-discover all the information we passed through during our school years. Yet, also disarming being once again conscious about how I stuck in math!

Besides of that, study time was a very good opportunity to share knowledge about historical facts, geography and sciences. Once the home works were done the deal was you teach me Nepali and I teach you some Italian. Useless to say that used to turn very fast into uncontrollable laugh. It was now time for the playground. Ball games for the boys, chit-chat for the girls.

Dinner time definitely was amazing. These kids know the importance of hygiene when it comes to food. One by one they washed their personal metal dishes and cups, reached their respective seat waiting for the dinner to be served. Night after night this looked to me as a ritual, emphasized by the prayer they use to chant once everyone is served. Finally it was time to eat. Silence prevailed in the room as I filled the dishes with more soup.

It was then time to seat with the grown-ups. Dev, Dhana and I had our dinner while some kids were playing in their rooms, some already sleeping, some reading or finishing their home works. Dinner was to me a good time to acquaint myself about recipes and culinary habits while tasting Dhana's delicious Daal-bhat.

The day is now at its end; you start to feel sleepy and want to reach for your room. Yet electricity's routine is late on the schedule and you have to cross the entire dark playground that separates you from your cozy room! Don't you worry! Janak, Kamal and Suraj will safely take you home. Don't forget to look at the amazing sky before getting inside then hug your brothers’ goodnight and have a nice one yourself!

Faith will help you through

I won't lie! It’s not all about good times. First of all you could feel not to fit this place. Personally I didn't mind but you will feel all eyes on you while in the streets. Communications will be a real challenge sometimes, how do I get there? Do you understand what I mean? Arm yourself with patience and don't be afraid to ask a hundred persons to get what you need. That is if you feel like you want to roam a bit on yourself during free time. Yet you need something important just ask Dev and Dhana.

Depending on how much you will stay in Fresh Nepal, you will definitely experience some loneliness. Try to turn this feeling into a creative form, write down a log, or have a chat with neighbors. Nepali people are very sociable and open-minded. Or if you really feel depressed head to the bakery around the corner! Awesome coconut cookies!

This was for the psychological part. Unfortunately that was just the easy part. Get prepared for supersonic diarrhea and don't forget to hydrate with clean water.

Yes! These are things that could happen. Don't forget you can relate on Dev and Dhana.

The days you will spend in this magical place will give you the motivation to go on and it will be amazing to comprehend that this place works exactly like a family.

I could write down a lot more but I suggest you to try it yourself. So I'll make one last consideration: While in Fresh Nepal I learned new ways to listen and express myself. Yet the saddest thing I experienced was presumptuously believe I could give something important while in fact I was just receiving.

Eric........

08/11/2015

New Family Member of Fresh Nepal.

We are really pleased to split this news regarding our family member of Fresh Nepal. We really desire to facilitate more and more kids who are truly suffered by their family trouble (orphan, abandoned, semi orphan), poverty, flood, earthquake as well as caste systems of Nepal.

Since yesterday we have new family member. Named Manmaya Bam. She is 8 years old girl child. She is from very remote area of Nepal it called Kalikot and also she is from very poor family.

She lost her parents when she was 2 years old. Since that she was under care of her uncle’s daughter. Even her sister was trying to find the place for her take care but she was living in very remote area so it was unable to find on time for her taking care place.

Her sister, she got married then it was a big problem for her because there was no one for taking care of her. So her sister got contact with District Child Welfare Board Kalikot. So they helped to come until here in Fresh Nepal.

She is lucky that she got chance to have the education under care of Fresh Nepal. Soon she will start school. Hope that she will be a great/ good person in the future. 

07/25/2015

Why Do We Need Volunteers?

Fresh Nepal,

Since it’s established we got great support from the volunteer, since starting we are having some kind donation, well beloved volunteers, to put even small but valuable effort for these kids and we are in this situation with all these kids, through the great support of these people from the world.

We are happy to have volunteers for several propose at this foundation.

Sharing Culture/Languages:

We have kids from different places as well as different cultures, society, and different caste groups too, because as we knew that Nepal is a country of diversity caste, cultures, and languages too. So if we will have volunteers then they can share their languages as well as cultures. Its necessaries that we all (mainly Kids) have to learn all the cultures from the world. So this is the way to share all these cultures and languages from each other. So we need volunteers for Fresh Nepal.

Up-liftment the farm Project.

We want to have a farm for the kid’s daily needed thing (vegetables, green vegetables, cow’s milk, eggs, and chickens). We want to make the organization self dependent in the near future through these kinds of projects. We want to have the volunteers who can work in the farm as well as who can have good ideas for the scientific farming. It can help to have Fresh things for the kids at their daily life.

Administrative works.

The volunteer who can work on the administration site of the foundation. He/she can help thorough raising the fund for Fresh Nepal projects. They can help to write report/different Projects for several propose of Fresh Nepal.

Extra.

The volunteer can help through helping in different government schools of Nepal. At this times so many schools are damaged as well as so many kids are being helpless/orphan through the big earthquake. So if someone wants to help them to teaching or making them happy through volunteering they can also Join Fresh Nepal. We can arrange all the things for the volunteers.

We have some contract with the Government schools from earthquake affected areas and also other remote areas government schools.

Fresh Nepal can manage all the things for the volunteers. 

Please contact:  info@freshnepal.org/dhanusdev2005@yahoo.com

or log on :- www.freshnepal.org

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Pablo Gómez
Parece un proyecto interesante!!
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Fresh Nepal
Hola Pablo, Si lo es, este año hemos conseguido apoyo del gobierno luxemburgués y espero que podamos seguir recaudando fondos para llevar a cabo la granja.
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Marina Pérez
¿Podría facilitarme información acerca de las fechas y los precios para participar en este proyecto? (Duración mínima, meses de entrada/salida, lo que está incluido y lo que no, etc.)
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Fresh Nepal
Hola Marina, las fechas son flexibles y el proyecto está abierto todo el año. El precio por alojamiento y manutención es de unos 80€ / semana (depende del cambio). Si quieres apuntarte como voluntaria para que pueda ver tu dirección de email, te envío más información. Vamos a incluir más información en la descripción de todas. formas. Gracias y contacta con nosotros cuando lo necesitas. Saludos!
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Sandra Tejedor
Qué bueno que los Gobiernos se involucren en proyectos transparentes y humildes como éste, y no sólo con grandes organizaciones ¡Mucha suerte!
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Nerea Amezaga
Hola, pueden poner más información ? Muchas muchas gracias
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Fresh Nepal
Hola Nerea, vamos a actualizar el proyecto con información más detallada. En cualquier caso, si quieres facilitarnos tu email, puedo enviarte algo más completo. Gracias y saludos
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Jaime Millán Sáez
¡Que bueno! Manda saludo a Manmaya Bam desde España!!
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Candela Gómez Cano
Hola! Me encantaría parcitipar en el poryecto como voluntaria. Te dejo mi email para que mandeis información. Mil gracias!! Candela.gc@hotmail.com
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Fresh Nepal
Ok Candela, Thank you so much for your interesting
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