ChildSpace Foundation Nepal (formerly Helping Society Nepal) is a non-profit NGO established in 2011. We are an initiative founded by a group of individuals from the central hilly region of Nepal, most of who belong to the Tamang ethnic minority group.
Childspace Foundation Nepal aims to promote awareness and to implement the Convention on Rights of Children (CRC) in Nepal. It ensures greater equality for marginalized communities, namely children and women; provide access to services, opportunities and power in the decision-making process.
One of our aims is also to ensure the rights of indigenous people and deprived communities and to continue to work for lasting peace and the promotion of Human Rights in Nepal. To achieve these goals, Childspace Foundation Nepal conducts activities of mass awareness campaigns, empowerment, infrastructure development and policy advocacy.
If you are interested in volunteering with us, please contact us directly and let us know how long you wish to volunteer for and in what capacity and we will make all the arrangements for you.
Childspace Foundation is currently looking for interested and enthusiastic volunteers willing to teach in one of our supported schools in the Kavre district of Nepal. At the moment we are looking for volunteers for the short-term (approximately 3 weeks), who will be placed in homestay with a local family. They will have the opportunity to experience and share their own and the local culture and lifestyle.
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