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.
Baptiste Le Grand, France
Angers' Medicine University in France
My name is Baptiste from France, I’m student in medicine in the university of Angers and just finish the equivalent of IBBS in France, i went in Nepal in July 2011 to make an internship according to my faculty, it was the last one.
-Florent Hofer, France
Living some times in a Nepali family is a very nice experience. One can learn a lot about Nepali culture and share their everyday lives.
-Erin Oliver, London
Upon arriving in Nepal I was quite nervous and apprehensive about what awaited me.
Annie Sampson, Ireland
Nepal has all the ingredients of a good stew. Bits you don’t like much, bits you hate, really nice pieces that you want to keep eating, they’re so good, and bits that are a wonderful surprise.
Cecilia Rangel Lopez, Maxico
I didn’t have a clear idea about how Nepal looks before to arrived.
-Yosuke Sano, Japan
As a mountain lover, I always wanted to go to Nepal and climb mountains.
- Elena Samonova, Russia
Human Rights Research
I came to Nepal for 3 month to make a research about child rights for my university thesis.
S. Som, USA
With only a week in Nepal, I had the pleasure of accompanying Mr. Ram Hugamai, a photojournalist with over 20 years of experience in the field and Senior Editor of Gorkhapatra National Daily on a journey through Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu—a bustling city full of history, culture, and scenery, jam-packed with over 3 million people, devout in their spiritually, traditions, and good will, but also eager and ready for political, social, and economical change.