Nepal ICS

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Nepal ICS

Our International Citizens Service (ICS) volunteers organise and conduct various events and activities throughout their placement in their respective communities. To come up with such events, they need to constantly engage themselves in idea sharing, discussions, and brainstorming, and to do so, they need a place where they can hold their daily meetings. Here is how November Charlie 1 arranged themselves a place for their daily meeting...

February 22, 2017
Nepal ICS

November Charlie 5 are placed in the community of Kaliban, and they have now spent a week in the community. With most of the in-country volunteers coming from the urban areas, they are almost as unfamiliar with rural communities of Nepal as the UK volunteers. NC5 thus, have utilized the first week of their stay in the community in familiarising themselves to rural life style.

February 21, 2017
Nepal ICS

Now that November Charlie 2 are familiar with Khadka Gaun, and are finally starting to settle down in the community, they are now focused in carrying out their work in full swing to meet their objectives for the first phase.

February 21, 2017
Nepal ICS

Communication is one thing that often acts as an obstacle when you are in a place that doesn't speak your language, and you don't speak theirs. But not every communication is bound by words, and you still manage to understand one another through smiles and gestures. Sophia, UK team leader for November Charlie 1, shares a similar story of an encounter with her host mother.

February 18, 2017
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Raleigh International Nepal held its Returned Volunteer’s Event on 17th of February, for the International Citizens Service (ICS) volunteers of 16 X, and Raleigh Expedition venturers of 16 O cycle. During the event, the volunteers and venturers shared what they learned during their placement, what can they do for their action at home, and what kind of opportunity awaits them as Raleigh alumni. Since Raleigh ICS and Raleigh expedition are two different programmes , it was a great opportunity for them to share their stories and experiences with each other.

February 18, 2017
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After three days of induction training in Bhaktapur, November Charlie 2 headed to Khadka Gaun, a beautiful community based in Namjung of Gorkha, on the 6th of February . After only a few days in the community, the team has quickly gotten into the swing of things in the mountainous region of Gorkha, which was the epicentre of the 2015 earthquake.

February 15, 2017
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It has now almost been a week since our volunteers of Group 1 were deployed in their respective communities of Gorkha. With all the communities hosting our International Citizens Service (ICS) volunteers for the first time in Gorkha, here is how November Charlie 4 spent their first week in Kaudi

February 14, 2017
Nepal ICS

Not too long after our first group of volunteers, Group 1 (G1) were placed in their respective communities of Gorkha, we are now ready to deploy our second group of volunteers, Group 2 (G2), in Makwanpur. The second group are currently attending their induction training at the Agricultural Development Bank, Central Training Institute in Bhaktapur.

February 9, 2017
Nepal ICS

The first group of volunteers for Gorkha, Group 1 (G1), has now left for their respective communities, where they will be working in different communities of Gorkha for 12 weeks. Throughout their placement, they will be carrying out different activities focusing on livelihoods and community resilience building.

February 6, 2017
Nepal ICS

With the first group of UK volunteers for 17R Spring cycle now in Nepal, Raleigh International Nepal is almost set to deploy its first group of International Citizens Service (ICS) volunteers to Gorkha. The in-country and UK volunteers are currently attending their induction training in Agricultural Development Bank Training Centre, Bhaktapur, along with the team leaders, where they are being provided with necessary information and trainings before their placement. Four different November Charlie (NC) teams will be working in the thematic area of livelihoods for 12 weeks, in four different communities of Gorkha.

February 5, 2017
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