Interview by Savina Xavier
Development in Nepal is incomplete without help from supporting hands such as NGOs. This is evident through the progress the country has made at the community levels. Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN) is one such organization that has made a remarkable contribution to the community development in Nepal.
The organization’s efforts backed by sound knowledge and experience in each area of service is elementary to its success.
Not one or two, but VIN offers an entire range of development programs targeted at health care, women empowerment, literacy and quality education, disaster relief and much more. VIN’s creative approach of combining various engaging elements such as tourism, internships, and others with volunteer works not only provides the Nepali society the much-needed relief but provides an interactive opportunity for aspiring youth to fulfill their passions.
Nepali Sansar got to interact with Volunteers Initiative Nepal Founder President, Bhupendra Ghimire who not only provided an insight to Nepal’s plight and current development progress but also showed us why VIN is a successful entity in giving Nepal its fair-share of development.
Here are some excerpts from the interview:
Greetings from Nepali Sansar! It gives us great pleasure to be interacting with your prestigious organization