Since 2001, The Mountain Trust has provided medical assistance to thousands of people throughout Nepal. The Trust’s very own Land Rover Ambulance team goes off-road to facilitate free mobile health camps. We also provide medical assistance to local hospitals through donations, medicines and the regular placement of interns and volunteers.
The Mountain Trust is recruiting Volunteers for 2016/17 to work on a unique range of exciting projects from rural health, education and teaching, our flagship radio based teaching initiative Radio Guru, earthquake rebuilding projects and Human Rights and media placements. We offer tailored placements designed to bring maximum benefit to both volunteers and some of Nepal's neediest communities.
We're recommended by The Lonely Planet guide to Nepal and supported by ex Python and explorer Michael Palin and the Speaker of the Commons, the Rt Honourable Sir John Bercow.
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The most rewarding and valuable experiences are the direct result of finding the right internship or voluntary placement. We tailor all internship and volunteer opportunities to suit your expertise, timeframe, and interests. Positions include hospitals, schools, NGOs and social enterprises as well as our own health and education projects in Nepal.
The Mountain Trust has pioneered Radio Guru - a radio education programme broadcast every week to hundreds of thousands of school-age students in Western Nepal. High-impact low-cost projects are the Mountain Trust’s signature and initial studies indicate great success. Teaching volunteers are key to our education and school support strategy.