Japan, Photo Project
Among all of the dust and honking of Kathmandu there are so many positive things that will stick with me forever.
Marla Peterson, USA
I know that what I got to experience within only 2 weeks is very rare and lucky, especially in another country.
21 May-4 June, 2012
My first week in Nepal was more than I could have imagined. By deciding to volunteer as a photojournalist, I was able to experience various events.
Katherine Provos, Canada
There is nothing like that feeling of accomplishment, when you know you are improving someone’s life through your actions.
It all started back in January 2012 when I was presented the opportunity to spend three and a half weeks with my dad here in Nepal.
Mathieu Degrotte, France
As a lover of long-exposure photography and a photographer of fire performances, I am used to shoot during the night, and I remember having some really great moments while doing it.
Kirstine Hauge Dahlgaard
For ten weeks I lived with the family Pandey in Kathmandu. That was one of the best parts of my stay in the big city.
Ma Xuan, China
Impressive. It’s the feeling I got at the first day arriving in Nepal, and it lasts until the day I left.
Jestyn Koh, Singapore
Dec.2011 to Jan 2012
Just when I thought I’ve seen it all, I landed in a world unlike any I have ever experienced.
Laura Castro, Colombia
Nov - Dec., 2011
As we drive into the top of Kirtipur the sights of Kathmandu city blend with the mountain range surrounding it, to make the perfect view.
Amanda Siebert, Canada
5th Nov. to 5th Dec. 2011
Prior to my visit to Nepal, my knowledge of the country was minimal. I made my decision to work with Internship Nepal based on the fact that a) it was a place that I knew nothing about and b) it was much more affordable than similar programs in other countries.
Cliff Threadgold, UK/NZ
Nov. 21 to Dec.2, 2011
It was unfortunate that my project time was just under two weeks.