We're In The Organization To mobilize The Volunteering Activities

We're In The Organization To mobilize The Volunteering Activities

We're In The Organization To mobilize The Volunteering Activities

Welcome To Future Nepal

Introduction & Our Running Volunteer Programs

Future Nepal Friendship Organization (FNFO), is a non-profit and non-governmental volunteer organization in Nepal registered at Government: 241 and Social Welfare Council: 30840. This organization have been providing enriching and rewarding volunteering and internship opportunities to international volunteers in the field of education, health and sustainable development issues in Nepal.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide volunteering opportunities in Nepal that make it possible for both hosts and visitors to learn. Volunteers gain a sense of satisfaction from contributing to Nepalese communities, but they also learn language and gain insights into culture, ecology, history and geography. Host families and communities benefit from enthusiastic helpers, teachers, and organizers, but they also learn about diverse cultures and perspectives that help them see beyond stereotypes.

English Teaching

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Agriculture and Organic farming

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Homestay and Cultural Exchange

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Women Empowerment

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Assist Orphane

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Environmental Awareness

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Volunteers are welcome to design their own program in various area. You are most welcome to work in any field and we will support you to arrange the all necessary things.

Our Program

Program Fees

FNFO Nepal is a non-profit, non-governmental organization solely funded and sustained through volunteer fees. We appreciate the economic sacrifices volunteers make to visit and travel in Nepal, so we attempt to keep our fees as low as possible.

The program fee should be paid to us upon your arrival in Kathmandu. If you would like to transfer money in to our bank account we will email you bank details.

Expenses for an individual volunteer (in US Dolar)

Registration Fee: $ 50 ( Dolar)
Program Fees:

  • 1 week $ 200
  • 2 week $ 250
  • 3 week $ 300
  • 4 week $ 350
  • 5 week $ 400
  • 6 week $ 450
  • 7 week $ 500
  • 8 week $ 550
  • 3 months $ 750
  • 4 months $ 950
  • 5 months $ 1150

The above cost includes the following:

  • Airport pickup and drop
  • Language and cultural training
  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu
  • Specialised training for your chosen program
  • Land Transportation to and from village placement
  • Accommodation and meals during training period in Kathmandu
  • Accommodation and meals with your host family during the placement
  • Accommodation and meals for one day before departure
  • 24 hours Volunteer supervision and office administration
  • Legal Service
  • Scholarship and sponsorship for orphanage children and deprived children

You will be responsible for your flight tickets to Nepal and visa fees as follows

  • US $25 - 15 days multiple entry touist visa fees
  • US $40 - 30 days multiple entry tourist visa fees
  • US $40 - per month thereafter, for a maxium of 5 months of stay

Any time you spend in Nepal outside the duration of your training and placement and any trips or activities you arrange in your spare time you will have to pay for yourself, although we can help you to plan these.

Program fees don't include:

  • Visa/Visa extension fee
  • Traveling and other expenses out of the placement during weekends
  • Air Tickets (Domestic/International)
  • Airport departure Tax from Nepal( About $30 US dollars)
  • Insurance (Health/Accident)
  • Laundry service
  • Bar Bills
  • Telephone Calls (Domestic/International)

The program fees can be paid in local currency and US Dollar. Full payment should be paid at the registration period, upon arrival at Kathmandu.
We're in the process of seeking both financial and technical assistance from various organizations to support our work. If you're interested in making a donation or sponsoring a particular program or project, please contact us. We are particularly interested in raising money towards scholarships for educating orphaned children.


We offer 3 days to 5 days of orientation and training at our office, depending on the type of programs. These trainings help volunteers to understand our organization, various programs and opportunities, country, Nepali language and culture, safety measures, visa issues, dos and don'ts, etc. During the orientation and training period in Kathmandu, we arrange placements in local host families within walking distance of Thamel. This provides them an introduction to Nepalese family, language and culture.

During the orientation and training period, you will be participating in:

  • 2 hours basic Nepali language class per day

  • Cultural information/safety issues

  • Volunteers' interests, programs & opportunities, and placement information

  • Sightseeing in Kathmandu every day after training

  • Shopping opportunities upon request


If you want to take a break for any reason after the orientation and training progrm, for sightseeing, trekking, etc. then, of course, you may do so. And, we will be pleased to provide you with assistance.


Our special Team



He worked social organization for 10 years. He started Future Nepal in 2000. He is a writer of JOB Book of Nepal and Inside Nepal Magazine. He co-ordinates & design various project. He traveled whole Nepal for volunteer program, design different cultural program and festivals, digital photo printing, computer, co-operative training etc. He his a success organizer of tourism festivals in different parts of Nepal. His interest gathering people, design development project, giving job ideas, writing books, co-operative formation, lunching stone project and design different tourism and cultural festivals all over Nepal.


Program Co-ordinator

Durga is responsible for teaching to volunteer Nepali language and taking cultural information classes. Durga takes volunteer for sightseeing in Kathmandu and takes them to the placement as well. She also pick up to volunteer from airport. She is a very friendly and open girl with very good English. She has visited India and different parts of Nepal during volunteer program.


(Kathmandu Coordinator)

Diwash Poudel is a co-coordinator, supporting volunteers throughout their placement in Raniban, Kathmandu. Poudel is also a language instructor and takes our volunteers in site seeing around the Kathmandu valley. He is a college student and an active member of sport club. Diwash Poudel is very friendly and open with good English, Nepali and Hindi.


(Pokhara Coordinator)

Krishna is a government officer of Employment office in Pokhara. Holds a Resource support position at the Pokhara income-generating Training Centre. Along with a good command of English, he is always very helpful with assisting the volunteers, both with their Nepali language and any situations that may arise.


Welcome to our Volunteering Organization

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Call: +977-9849056230

Email: volunteeringtonepal@gmail.com
Web: www.gmail.com

Location: House no. 572, Bhagawotisthan, Thamel Marga
Kathmandu, Nepal