orphanage volunteering

Interview with Anju Pun Country Director, Forget me Not ( Part I)

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Forget Me Not is a leading child protection not for profit whose country office is led by Anju Thapa who previously has been working with UNDP. Anju is leading the efforts to create an effective child protection system that goes far beyond the istitutional approach. The interview was organized as part of Wisdom Wednesday 2015, the initiative run by Next Generation Nepal to talk about ethical volunteering and child protection.

For more information on Forget Me Not, please visit http://forgetmenot.org.au

NGN's Widsom Wednesdays: A Series of Talks on Child Rights and Ethical Volunteering

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Next Generation Nepal is running a series of talks and discussions, by child rights activists and ethical tourism experts, on ethical tourism and volunteering in Nepal. They are being held most Wednesdays at 5pm in Paddy Foley's Irish Pub and Restaurant, opposite Kathmandu Guest House, Thamel. Starting at 5:00pm and running until 6:30pm. They are FREE!!! Please join us!!!

Paradox of orphanage volunteering: Problems everywhere

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French Gap Year Student Enjoying Teaching in Orphanage
Without hesitating we can say, many 'orphanage homes' are intentionally opened and operated for the good money and not for the good social service. Problem is everywhere, we should fight collectively.

Better Care Better Volunteering Network, Interview with Anna McKeon ( Part II)

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Have you ever heard of Better Care Better Volunteering Network? Have you ever consider that international volunteering based at children homes is not a so good idea? Find here some interesting results on the country studies covered by the initiative. Part I was published on 27th March, 2015 at http://sharing4good.org/article/interview-anna-mckeon-communication-consultant-better-care-better