Mar 132013
 

U.K. Volunteer in Nepal

August 15, 2011

 

I have spent two weeks here at the orphanage and my time here has been absolutely amazing. Getting to know the children has been so much fun-there has been so many laughs and I will have such special memories for ever.

During my time here, I dropped and picked the children from school, helped them with their homework, fetched the water with them and played lots an lots of games. The children are so full of energy and everything you do with them is such fun. I Would definitely recommend doing this as it has been so fulfilling. I am going to be so sad to leave and will miss the children more than ever! I have had the time of my life here – I will definitely be coming back very soon! Thank you

Kate Barkley,  UK

Mar 132013
 

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We are Happy Volunteering

July 24, 2011

We are four Spanish volunteers, have volunteered at The Love Company Orphanage we have no words to explain how wonderful it was being with lovely kids at this orphanage. We have enjoyed every moment with the kids and the staffs. Nisa was wonderful cook and she made very good Nepali traditional food. Santos was very friendly and Krishna is well educated person he is with love and compassion to all. While we were at the orphanage there was a school holiday and had opportunity to know all the kids. Thank you so much for accepting us and gave chance to learn Nepali culture and so much more. you are doing good work and keep on what you are doing..

We highly recommend for those who love children. Since the first moment kids were very friendly and we felt like home. We taught them some Spanish ,English and songs. Kids were always open to learn.

Maria

Mar 132013
 

Volunteer with children asia

August 30, 2011

We really enjoyed our stay at The Innocent Children Home in Pokhara.The two weeks passed by in no time! The kids here are full of energy and curiosity. They are very very open minded and get alone very well together, despite some conflicts. The orphanage house is a nice place with colorful rooms the staffs are very nice and helpful. This county is full of joy . We miss all the kids and will soon come back. Thank you so much!

Myriam and Stefanie
from Switzerland and Germany

Mar 132013
 

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Erin Miller

December 11, 2010

Dear Krishna,
how is everything in pokhara going? the kids still doing well? same volunteers?
here’s my short writing that you wanted:

went back for the second time to visit the kids at innocent children. i was very happy to see everyone, and that the kids were doing well. with 15 kids now it gets pretty busy, apsara and nisha definitely have their hands full! volunteering here is a lot of fun, the kids really seem to like having extra people around to play with. typical day volunteering has some colouring or games, then breakfast, kids to schoool, bit of cleaning then free time, til kids back, homework, games, eating bed. not too too hectic, and really enjoyable. had a fantastic time there, and so glad i went back a second time.

all the best krishna,

Mar 132013
 

Nepal Report
NEPAL 2012

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A report by Leonie Hacker (19.2. – 25.3.2012) and Harriet Fruehling (19.2. – 11.3.2012) retelling our time at the Love Company Orphanage.

Sunday evening we arrived at the orphanage after 6 hours Bus Trip. Excited, because we didn’t know what we have to expect, was the first impression of those lovely children really reassuring.
They involved us directly in their games and their daily structure. Happy, that they have been so interested in us, the two new Volunteers from Germany, we answered every question. The nice atmosphere of the orphanage and also the reason, that other volunteers were staying with us in the house let us finishing our first day with a good impression.

Today, a few weeks later we are laughing about our unsure feelings in the first days. We have now a second family!
We are enjoying playing, eating, teaching and talking with the children and do the same with their friendly house mommies.

Pokhara made it easy for us to feel “at home”.

Our day structure starts every morning with a breakfast together with the children, the volunteers and the mommies.
After helping them to dress up for school we are bringing them all together to school.
Now our free time is starting. We use those hours for washing clothes, reading a book, meet with other volunteers or just for having a cup of tea.
Around 2 o’clock or 2.30 we pick up the children and and bring them back to the orphanage. Until the dinner is starting we help them with their homework, train them in spelling or new vocabularies and play with them.
Dinnertime is around 5 o’clock and we made them, like before every eating time, washing their hands. Because it gets dark outside really soon we use the last minutes outside for playing before we go into the house for drawing, dancing or just listening to music.
Around 7 o’clock we are helping them with cleaning their teeth, washing hands and feet and look that they change clothes.

We got to know the kids really close and we are sometimes surprised that this happened in such a short time. We both would never want to miss our time in the Love Company Orphanage and we are happy about our experiences in Nepal.

We want to say THANK YOU to Krishna, Santos and the two House Mommies. They are all doing a great job and we are glad, that the children are having them.

We will miss you all, Leonie & Harriet

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