PIECES volunteers will be engaged in a teaching experience in the heart of rural Nepal. This will involve living and engaging with the Parewadada community and holding daily classes at the local public school, the Mahendra Mandir secondary school, counting about 400 students ranging from class 1 (2-3 year olds) to class 10 (14-15 year olds). After class, it is recommended to the volunteers to engage in extra-curricular activities with the students.
Apart from the teaching and living experience, you will also be able to participate in Nepali festivities, which will allow you to plunge deep into the cultural richness and diversity of Nepal.
You will face many challenges in this project: Apart from the heterogeneous level of English, the living conditions are very basic (e.g. no running water, bathroom in the garden, mosquitos and spiders). However, if you are ready for a real challenge and motivated to make the project a success, you will quickly adapt to your environment and make your entire experience a great one!