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Medicine in Nepal for Teens

Project Info
2 weeks
  • Sunday December 9th 2018 - Saturday December 22nd 2018
  • Sunday January 6th 2019 - Saturday January 19th 2019
2 weeks
  • Sunday June 9th 2019 - Saturday June 22nd 2019
  • Sunday June 23rd 2019 - Saturday July 6th 2019
  • Sunday July 7th 2019 - Saturday July 20th 2019
  • Sunday July 21st 2019 - Saturday August 3rd 2019
  • Sunday August 4th 2019 - Saturday August 17th 2019
3 weeks
  • Sunday June 23rd 2019 - Saturday July 13th 2019
  • Sunday July 21st 2019 - Saturday August 10th 2019
4 weeks
  • Sunday June 23rd 2019 - Saturday July 20th 2019
  • Sunday July 21st 2019 - Saturday August 17th 2019

  • Placement location: Chitwan
  • Types of placements: Teaching Hospital
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Age Requirements: 15-18 years old
  • Arrival Airport: Kathmandu (KTM)
  • Local Languages: Nepali

Teen volunteers on the Medicine project in Nepal

This program is structured to give you an incredible insight into medical practices in Nepal. Your project will begin in the intriguing Nepalese capital Kathmandu from where you will travel to Chitwan. Here, medical interns will experience a multi-speciality hospital and take part in lectures at the local teaching hospital.

You will stay in a hotel close to the areas where you are working and will participate in evening activities planned by our local staff.

Over the weekend you may have the chance to visit the central markets and local temples, or you could take a trip to the huge and beautiful nature reserve of Chitwan National Park.

For those who want to do a longer stay, this project is available as a 4-week program on select dates. Those joining us on the 4-week program will get extra visits and activities arranged during the other weekends.

You can read more detailed information about the aims of the project in our Nepal Medicine & Healthcare Management Plan.

Volunteer Profile Volunteer Amy Z. shares her volunteer story from the Medicine & Healthcare teen trip in Nepal
Amy Z.
The placements were a learning experience, watching doctors perform their different tasks. The placements didn’t just involve observing though; there were many hands on opportunities as well. These hands-on opportunities were unique, such as taking care of children in the pediatric ward, or my favorite, playing ‘carom’ with the patients in the psychiatric ward. Read more...
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