Everest Foundation Nepal is looking for volunteer to take photographs and films which can be used in promotional activities for the charity portfolio, fundraising and marketing. Volunteers will be involved in capturing images and film of the local people, area and lifestyle and the activities that EFN has been implementing.
Volunteers get involved in working directly with the young people at the street children’s center, orphanage and women’s center. Volunteers can share their skills with the local children by working with other volunteers to create plays, shows and short films with the children which they thoroughly enjoy being part of! The interaction with volunteers naturally improves the children’s English.
Photographs and film are incredibly valuable since they provide a direct link between the community and supporters and help the charity to document donations and grants. Volunteers have the opportunity to contribute to our EFN Nepal and EFN charity blog and cover issues such as news updates, community development, travel and volunteering.
Film and Photography volunteering in Nepal: What will I be doing?
Volunteers usually work five days per week for around four hours per day. Volunteers are able to get involved with child care, sports coaching and creative arts roles within the EFN Project area too.
You will work with the volunteer manager in Nepal as well as independently to capture images and clips. To volunteer you will need your own equipment and self- motivation for this volunteer placement.
Volunteers spend afternoons at the orphanage and during the day volunteer at child care centres or schools or women’s resource center.
Volunteers receive a Nepali language lesson in their first week in Nepal. There will usually between 2 and 5 other EFN volunteers in Kathmandu at the same time as you, though there may be less or several more. You can also combine volunteer placement with our orphanage, teaching in School, construction, projects which are based in the same location