Children Home Nepal

We are a local charity of Nepal working for welfare of children, women and community.We own a children home of 11 children and focus our most of the times to give good education, nutritious food and family care to this children. Along with children home we run women empowerment , city clean up and plantation programs,medical camps, work for street animal , relief works ( donation of food, blankets ,tents) and more. When a traveler volunteer at our place, you will get an opportunity to assist a local charity of Nepal. You will be staying with us as a family where you get opportunity to experience our culture , language,food. As ourselves being local, we can introduce with local and historical places, cook together local foods, teach you Nepali language and way to bargain for good price ( if you want to buy anything from shops).

I am Sujan, Director of "Children Home Nepal" and Engineering student. My dad started this children home for supporting needy children and he is currently working with UN in South Sudan for Peace development program. We are a family run charity, as you come to our place you will be part of our family and will be treated as Brother/ Sister. You will feel as one of our family member during your stay and always be.

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The kids are amazing!
I enjoyed the time with all the kids and I’ll miss them.

16 dias atrás


The adv. in world packers is extremely misleading. You have to pay $70 per week for accommodation( with extremely yellow water and cockroaches) & food( which is 2 times daal chawal every day nothing else; thats what the kids get to eat) so its not free. It says free laundary, hiking tours but No. So its like a u pay money n stay; more of a donation than volunteer. Only thing i liked are the children but i never figured out what to do with them sitting in there drawing toom seeing each other’s faces. I think all this should be mentioned before coz i left in 3 days as i needed clean water :(

2 meses atrás

Sujan respondeu

We never had a problem with water. The day Niyati arrived it was raining so the water turned out bit yellow. About the food, Daal, and Rice are the local food Nepalese eat as a breakfast and dinner.

We provide a washing machine at the children's home for free to do the laundry but Niyati didn't ask for it. And about the hiking, we never asked for money and she wanted to do it by herself.

On Worldpackers we have all good reviews. None of our volunteers had any problem and we are always there to fix if there is any. Niyati is more of a traveler than a volunteer so she might have had high expectations.

If you are planning to volunteer with us but wondering if you should or not. Please take a time and read other volunteers review and get in contact with them.

Thank you!


Hello I have a great memory of my stay in your home.
From the first day I felt like in my own house you are a great family very good people.It was the first time I traveled with worldpackers and it's not going to be the last, I felt very good all the time I was doing nice excursions with the kids, I taught them a little Spanish and we played soccer and spider.
Sujan made the stay much easier, even taking me to see the religious monuments of the city of Kathmandu, what more could you ask for.

3 meses atrás


Really loved my stay in the Children House! One of the best experience in my life. I felt like a family member. Host Sujan was really welcoming and helpful if you need any guidance. Kids and super smart and kind. Really recommend every one to stay with this family <3

3 meses atrás

Nova Zelândia

My time here was so heart filling! All the children are so beautiful and intelligent along with being very independent so the only thing they will need assistance in is homework. Everyone in the home welcomes you as another member of the family calling "sister, sister". Sujan the manager of the home is also verg helpful and kind to assist ypu in any way and is very insightful if yoy want to learn a little abput Nepals culture. I enjoyed myself and the family so much will definitely be back next time I am in Nepal !

3 meses atrás

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