Scientific forest management volunteer opportunities Nepal is the scope to protect nature for future generations. Nepal is a very beautiful country; its scenic beauty attracts everyone’s attention. But due to global warming, the environment is affected a lot. Environmental conservation has become the main aim of the people living there because of its nature which will protect people from various drastic calamity.
So it is of utmost importance to conserve Mother Nature. Due to industrialization, excessive deforestation the wildlife of the country are facing problems and some of the species are becoming endangered and these species need to be protected to maintain the environmental balance. Organizations have been raising awareness against the issue differently. There are several scientific forest management volunteer opportunities abroad who are sent from their own country to complete their projects on environment conservation. Scientific forest management volunteer opportunities Nepal is to protect the ecosystem and Nature.
Scientific forest management volunteering starts from home one need to learn from childhood to keep the environment clean. There are a lot of opportunities to conserve the environment. People can form groups and spread the awareness of environmental conservation. They can visit various villages individually or in the group and teach children and elders about the importance of to conserve nature. Donate an amount to plant a tree for life to save the world or involve in plant plantation program in our environmental conservation project.
The organization invites school, college, university students, group, families, gap, career breakers, and teenage volunteers to take part in Global warming awareness programs Nepal. Global warming awareness volunteer program helps to prevent ecosystem, aware society and minimize the effect of global warming on earth. The volunteers are even given the scope to continue their studies along with their work. Let’s join the Environmental conservation projects.
Global warming has reached its peak, and it is the high time to take proper measures to protect the environment. Proper plantation programs should be done. Environmental conservation programs should be launched to plant trees and then to look after their growth. Various new projects are made where the native people of the place are made to involve in such projects like planting trees, cleaning the lakes, river water etc. Awareness can be spread by the volunteers who work for the conservation of nature in the community.
Global warming is a serious problem for human beings and other creators. It is necessary to organize the environmental conservation and awareness program to stop global warming and protect the all living things and the natural resources of the universe. Volunteers’ efforts contribution can create a positive impact on earth to control global warming. Realizing the need of nature conservation, we started a village nursery in different rural and urban areas of Nepal, Where volunteers prepare seedlings of different plant species and distribute free to local peoples, plant a tree for life in July. You can teach and share the idea about environmental awareness in local schools and villagers in the community. If you interested to get involved in
Volunteer Roles & Responsibilities
Volunteers working for Scientific forest management in Nepal will be expected to fulfill the following tasks on a daily basis;
- Help out with tasks to assist Scientific forest management including
collecting seeds and assisting in the plant nursery sowing seeds, picking out
seedlings and propagating cuttings
- Help out with restoring and/or improving the biodiversity of the island by planting
- Help with the hand removal of weeds that threaten biodiversity values
- Help monitor wildlife and their habitat by participating in bird, mammal and
- Other tasks as required e.g. removal of old fences, tree guards
- Listen and take direction from Environment staff
WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
- Friendly and easy to talk to
- Team players
- Proactive and have initiative
- Reliable and punctual
- Interested in indigenous plant and animal conservation
- Knowledgeable about management of pest plants and animals
- Have an understanding of flora and fauna management aims within the Nature
Parks and the role of the Nature Parks rangers and volunteers in achieving these
- Have a good work ethic
- Computer-literate (email, internet)
BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING
Have an opportunity to be involved in conservation work and be directly involved in
working towards the Nature Parks goals as outlined in the Environment Plan
- Learn about conservation work at the Nature Parks
- Be part of the friendly and professional Environment Team
- Receive benefits including one free of charge pass to conservation
- Provide a certificate of volunteer work undertaken (if requested)
Please apply online at our website. Applications will be individually assessed and eligible
volunteers will be contacted by our Volunteer Coordinator.
Volunteers are required to:
- Agree to uphold the Nature Parks mission, vision, and values
- Behave in ways consistent with the Nature Parks Code of Conduct, and comply with workplace policies and procedures (including the Nature Parks Social Media Policy)
- Agree to work in a manner that is safe to themselves, other volunteers, paid staff and visitors
Inform the Nature Parks of any pre-existing medical conditions, injury or illnesses or changes to their physical or
mental health that may affect their ability to undertake their role as a volunteer
- Agree to undertake duties and the minimum service requirements specified in the Volunteer Position Description
Volunteer Work Schedule
Volunteers joining the Scientific forest management in Nepal are required to follow a basic routine on a daily basis. This covers everything from meals to volunteer work and back. It must be noted that every placement function at a different pace and on separate timelines making the schedule slightly differ at times. A generic daily schedule for volunteers is as follows;
Sunday: Arrival in Kathmandu
Monday: Orientation session will be conducted by the T4DNepal coordinator, covering topic areas; such as safety, culture, language, places to visit, behavior, food, and other suggestion over things to do in site.
- Flight Kathmandu-Dhangadhi, Kailali (1 hrs)
- Travel via bus Dhangadhi-kanchanpur (1 hrs)
Tue to Fri: Volunteer work
Breakfast – 08:30 am on wards
Working hours at the placement – 09:00 am (volunteers leave the accommodation by 09:30 am) to 04:00 pm
Lunch – anywhere between 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
Dinner – 06:00 pm on wards
The same volunteer work schedule continues from the second week onwards
Weekends: Free to explore the villages (No meal is provided on Sunday, as volunteers are encouraged to try the local cuisines.)
Note: Please note, the schedule may vary depending on the particular project site the volunteer is participating on.
When you choose to volunteer in Kanchanpur, Nepal, we make sure that your altruistic journey is comfortable and enjoyable. As a volunteer, you will not have to worry about the airport pick up, your accommodation or your stay. Besides these, your dining, local travel is also taken care of by us.
Volunteers are picked up from the Tribhuvan International Airport by a member of the T4DNepal coordinating team in Kathmandu. Pickup will be provided between 6:30 am – 10 pm on the program start date. Participants already in the country or arriving early can also be picked up from a designated meeting point decided beforehand as well.
While volunteering in Kanchanpur, Nepal, State -7, Nepal. Homes for the volunteer are equipped with WI-FI internet, filtered drinking water, television, toilets, and comfortable beds. The homes are near to useful amenities like banks, ATM’s, currency exchanges, restaurants, cafes, and shopping arcades. All placements are around 30 – 40 minutes from the homes and volunteers travel to the placements every day and come back home in the evenings.
A half day orientation will be provided by our staff on the next day after your arrival. We cover areas like culture, greetings, locations, transportation etc. Start your volunteering experience by taking the Language & Culture Orientation Program in Kathmandu.
Organic Nepali food is famous around the world for its diverse flavors, colors, and aroma. While staying at the homes, you would be provided with freshly cooked breakfast and dinner, we have cooks at the home who prepare meals for the volunteers. A sample of the meals you can expect is mentioned below.
Breakfast – Parantha, Bread, Adrakh Alaichi Masala Tea, Pakoda, Puri Tarkari etc.
Dinner – Dal (lentils), vegetable, rice, roti (Nepali bread), pickle, yogurt may be provided along with some sort of curry.
For lunch volunteers usually eat somewhere close to their placement at a local restaurant, our coordinators would show you around at the time of orientation. This also gives you a chance to eat a variety of food that Nepal has to offer. You would be able to have a comfortable lunch for around $3-$4.
During Your Free Time
During the free time, volunteers can visit the local markets, Temples and the different local inn in Project site and try out the different Nepali cuisines & culture. During weekends volunteers visit tourist places like Suklaphata,dodhara Chadani bridge,Jokhar lake & Other holistic places. Our local coordinator can help you to explore Natural beauty of Kanchanpur or to neighboring districts like Kailali.