Having gone to Nepal in a post-emergency capacity following the two earthquakes in 2015, we've stayed on to make education fair and inclusive for some of the most marginalised communities in the country. We are working to ensure that no child is forgotten and has access to the learning opportunities that they deserve.
Volunteers will be supporting our local team with their research, programme and communication needs. You will be living in Kathmandu, and working in Street Child's head office just up the road. Here, you will have access to research, support from our Street Child Nepal team, and you will get to experience the buzz of living in such a vibrant city that is so full of colour and culture.
Dissertation Research Role We are offering university graduates and post-graduates the opportunity to undertake their primary or secondary research in collaboration with Street Child's in-country teams. This is a short-term placement for those looking to explore the scope of their own dissertation projects.
All Other Opportunities
Research & Projects Volunteer Street Child is offering motivated individuals the opportunity to learn about the development sector through an immersive experience, and to make a lasting contribution to the organisation and its aim to empower children through education in Nepal.
Enterprise Volunteer Street Child Commercial was established in 2011 as a unique fundraising stream for Street Child in Sierra Leone. A series of shops and cafes create a sustainable source of income by turning profits which are then re-invested into projects. Street Child is currently seeking to create a similar model in Nepal and is looking for an entrepreneurial volunteer interested in leading this effort for anywhere between six to twelve weeks.
Teaching & Learning Volunteer Our Teaching and Learning Volunteers will be part of an exciting stage of the organisation’s growth, and will be working closely with the Street Child of Nepal team and partner organisations to support the delivery of project pilots and the design and development of emerging programs.