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National Research foundation Nepal is a non profit research based charitable volunteer organization in Nepal founded in 2013. We are searching worldwide volunteer like CCIVS, NVDA, EU Volunteer ALLIANCE, FoVIN-NL, US, Australia and many more.NRFN run ten categories of programs; Teaching, Child Development, Public Health, Environment and Conservation,wildlife,Forestry, Public Interest, Women Empowerment, Youth Empowerment, Adventure and Volunteering, Journalism, Management and Administrative. Our overall focus is the work we carry out in the communities, however, we also run teaching, research, administration and public interest projects.NRFN seeks committed volunteers or interns to join our diverse Public Interest Program. Whether your talents are in manual labour, planning, motivating or research, you can help NRFN to make significant changes in Nepal’s challenging public landscape.


NRFN Collaborate with the Local Rural Community, Conduct Major Research, Promote Sustainable, Profitable Practices to Meet Environmental Challenges While Experiencing Nepal’s Colorful Culture.NRFN operates Traffic Management, Research Initiative, Construction and Manual Work, Emergency Relief & Disaster Management, Civil Society Initiative, Volunteering and Hospitality Management, and Animal Care projects under Public Interest Program to bring public awareness in Nepalese society from voluntary works.


As an Animal Care volunteer or intern you will work with one of the animal care centres in or around/outside Kathmandu. You will help the centre with their day to day running, spend quality time with the animals, helping to socialise them, provide exercise for sheltered dogs and work to promote the centre and provide education on animal care to the Nepali people.


During your volunteer placement you will live with a Nepali host family. Here, you will become immersed in the Nepali language and culture, allowing you a deeper insight into the challenges of the lives of Nepal’s people, as well as its animals.


we have developed the Volunteering and Hospitality Management Project, offering you the opportunity to gain experience in the hospitality industry, while experiencing the rich texture of Nepal.Throughout your placement tour you will have the full support of NRFN. Your safety is our highest priority. On arrival you will be greeted at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport and transported to your hotel (alternative arrangements can be made for those already in Nepal prior to the start of their placement). You will then receive a comprehensive three-day induction, during which time you will be provided with information about your particular placement as well as general information, including basic Nepalese language and culture. This is also a good time to mix with other volunteers or interns who may be great sight-seeing companions and a source of support during your volunteer placement.


The term Civil Society can be defined as ‘the individual and collective efforts for the common public good,’ it is known as the ‘third sector,’ working for people, independent of government and business. NRFN seeks motivated volunteers or interns to contribute to the growth and development of civil society in marginalised communities of Nepal.During your placement you will live in the community with a Nepali host family. This will ensure that you become immersed in Nepali language and culture and will also help you to understand how civil society and interaction take place in the community.


National Research Foundation Nepal has been working in rural Nepal through Integrated Community Health Project (ICHP) for community health development and strengthening the health system since 2013. It is designed to improve sustainable basic health conditions of community people. It has five sub projects: support to health centre; awareness on health, hygiene and sanitation; waste management; and school health programme.