Following an action-packed couple of days of training, Venturers embarked on trek on February 12.February 20, 2017
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34 International Venturers and three Host Country Venturers arrived in Baireni on February 9 to commence their three-day Venturer Induction. The Venturers were greeted with a traditional Nepali tika welcome, when a tika is placed in the middle of the forehead and you are presented with a scarf.February 17, 2017
The Volunteer Manager role is vital to the smooth running of any Raleigh Expedition. Our Raleigh Nepal Volunteer Managers had to get through a rigorous assessment weekend to be here. Some have quit their jobs while others have put their lives on hold - but all of them have arrived with a passion to create lasting change and a strong belief in harnessing the energy of young people to make a difference.
Words and pictures by Saoirse.
Our Volunteer Managers headed off from Baireni up to the village of Batase for their two day practice trek.February 7, 2017
It's clear blue skies here at the training centre in Patan as the Advance Team welcomes eight new Volunteer Managers to complete the Manager Team of Expedition 17C.January 28, 2017
A new year and a new Expedition as we welcome two new Advance Volunteer Managers to our Country Office in Kathmandu to join our Deputy Operations Manager and get the ball rolling for Expedition 17C!January 23, 2017
Doughal MacMaster explores how jobs and the economic market fit into Chapthok, where Raleigh volunteers were based for the autumn 2016 Expedition cycle.
Photos by Daniel Buttifant and Bruno Oliveira
Before Raleigh volunteers finished their work in Chapthok last month they spoke to 19-year-old Susmita about the work in the community around water, sanitation and hygiene, which was funded this cycle by Raleigh International's partner BNP Paribas (Suisse) PA.January 4, 2017
It’s inevitable. It can be embarrassing. It’s a monthly inconvenience to women the world over - but how do the Nepalese deal with menstruation?December 24, 2016
We have always been told that Raleigh gives you good long lasting friends. For me this definitely came true when Sushant and I met. For me personally making so many interesting international friends is the best part of Raleigh expedition. International friendship shows us that even though you are from completely different cultures you can still become very good friends.
Words by TJ Teves
Photos by Daniel Buttifant