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Nabraj Ghimire

Good Karma Foundation

Good karma foundation was founded after the Nepal Earthquake of April 2015, the biggest disaster of our history. The Foundation helped in the huge rebuilding and reconstruction work, which captivated our volunteers from worldwide destinations. This year has been one of the most trying in Nepalese history. Our plan is to go ahead with as much work as we can fund to make Nepal a better place to live in guided by our best idea as, our altruistic philosophy, our resources and technology. There are many national and international, non-governmental organizations in nepal and Good Karma is trying to be an effective one . Read More

Why Volunteer in Nepal?

Nepal is one of the most beautiful, culturally rich and welcoming countries in the world. It is home to Mount Everest, the birthplace of Buddha, and an astonishingly beautiful and diverse landscape, ranging from the well-known peaks of the Himalaya to the low-lying regions of the Terai. The Nepali people are as diverse at the geography, with over 70 languages or dialects and scores of traditional festivals celebrated throughout the year.

News and Events

  • 11 Dec 2018
    Acting Volunteering in Nepal

    Acting Voluntering in Nepal  Good karma Foundation working with some Theater and entertainment house in kathmandu organizes  social awareness and educational focused drama , one act play , social satires and makes the regular performance in the streets of kathmandu to the remote areas of the country . This tool is taken as very important capsule to foster the good message in society through the character  of the play . this kind of drama and story includes the health issues , pollution , social respnsibility, traffiking, sexual voilance , traditional beliefs  etc and mostly displayed in school level.  If you are interested [...]

  • 11 Dec 2018
    Boom in "voluntourism” sparks concerns over whether the industry is doing good

    LONDON: Rapid growth in the multi-billion dollar volunteer tourism industry has prompted calls for tighter controls with concerns over exposing vulnerable communities to unskilled foreign labour and dodgy operators exploiting foreigners for profit. Voluntourism, which allows socially-conscious holiday-makers to pay thousands of dollars to work in poor communities across South America, Asia and Africa, has become a boom sector of the global travel industry. Estimates of its size vary widely. Nancy Gard McGehee, an expert on sustainable tourism at the US university Virginia Tech, says as many as 10 million volunteers a year are spending up to $2 billion on the opportunity to [...]

Effective use of volunteer with expertise in health and education to improve the social conditions in rural Nepal.