Nepal ICS

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19th December 2016

The Autumn cycle of 2016, 16X, of the International Citizen's Service (ICS) program has now completed. On the 17th of December, the volunteers and Team leaders bade farewell to their respective communities and left for Kathmandu to attend the final phase review. After attending the final phase review, the volunteers has now left for their home on the 19th, while the team leaders will be leaving on the 22nd after submitting all their reports, documents, and finances.

One last review: One last time for 16X teams to reflect upon their time in the community, where they discuss on what they learnt throughout their placement and how the experience will be useful in their upcoming days. 

 

Envelopes for everyone from 16X hangs on the wall, where volunteers drop letters and messages for each other
Message for you: Envelopes for everyone from 16X hangs on the wall, where volunteers drop letters and messages for each other

 

Letter to self: All of 16X teams write letter to themselves, which will be sent to them after 6 months.
Letter to self: All of 16X teams write letter to themselves, which will be sent to them after 6 months.

 

Who clicked it better? : All the November Charlie teams vote for the best picture taken during the placement on different categories; namely, flaura and fauna, landscape, portrait, team work, and funny
Who clicked it better? : Volunteers and Team leaders vote for the best picture taken during placement, on different categories, namely- flora and fauna, landscape, portrait, team work, and the funniest

 

And the award goes to... : A glimpse of the award ceremony, where each November Charlie team awarded some of their team members on different categories, from "The Nobel peace prize" to "The most hand- sanitiser used"
And the award goes to… : A glimpse of the award ceremony, where each November Charlie team awarded some of their team members on different categories, from “The Nobel peace prize” to “The most hand- sanitiser used”

 

Our logistics intern, Ashish, looks after the kits returned by the volunteers
Our logistics intern, Ashish, looks after the kits returned by the volunteers

As we prepare to welcome the new team of Spring cycle 2017, we would like to express our gratitude to all our project partners, people of the host communities and most importantly, the volunteers and team leaders of 16X, for all their hard work and commitment.

 

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