Nepal

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INTERNSHIP IN NEPAL

Do you want to have a lifetime experience? Touch a new horizon in developing yourself that can help you shape your career? Do you have zeal and dare to live in diverse adverse conditions and challenge yourself by helping the children with Intellectual disabilities? Do you want to be thrilled with breathtaking landscapes and mountains, unique culture and hospitable people?


Be a part of an internship program in one of the most vulnerable, marginalized and weaker section of the society of Nepal. Be a helping hand for the people with intellectual disabilities.

ABOUT OUR PARTNER IN NEPAL

Parent Federation of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (PFPID) was established in 2011. It is a non‐profit, non‐governmental organization in Kathmandu, Nepal.


With 38 member organizations, it is a national human rights organization leading the intellectual disability movement in Nepal. Its major goal is to empower Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (PWIDs) and their parents to become conscious about their rights to entitlements, participation in the society, security, freedom, human dignity and well-being.


PFPID focuses on advocacy, capacity building of member organizations and development of PWIDs.

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WORK ASSIGNMENTS



Direct work: Visit different day care centers inside and outside Kathmandu valley, conduct research in thematic priority areas, policy identification & analysis and work to strengthen the intellectual disability movement in Nepal.


Organisational Activities: Provide support to PFPIDs seminars, workshops, conferences, fundraising.


SoMe mobilization and Communication: PFPID wants people to hear about its important work. Compiling best practices, lessons learnt, stories and updating the social media and website.


FUN FACTS


The Himalayas of Nepal consists of the 8 tallest mountains in the world - the most famous and largest on Earth, Mount Everest.

 

Nepal is the home to the birthplace of the famous Buddha.

 

Nepal has the world’s densest availability of World Heritage Sites. Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, is also called the "city of temples". There are more than 2000 temples (both including big and small) in Kathmandu.Nepal is a cheap place to travel. As a general guide you can live in Nepal for less than $40 a day if you stay in budget accommodation, take the bus, and trek independently  – Lonely planet.

INFORMATION


Name: Parent Federation of Persons with Intellectual Disabilities- Nepal (PFPID- Nepal)


Website: http://pfpid.org.np/

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