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Projet Permanent
Kathmandu , Nepal

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT 2018

  • permanent
  • SOCI
  • VINL/MTV08-C/2018
Age minimum : 18
Frais d’inscription : 200.00 EUR
Frais supp : 540.00 EUR

Remarque

Fee for four weeks is 540€, then 70€ for each extra week. For Okhaldhunga minimum duration: 4 weeks (extra 60 € for the transportation)

  • Code : VINL/MTV08-C/2018
  • Dispo : 5M / 5F (Total Part 10)
  • Langue du Projet : ENG / ENG
  • Age : 18 - 99

PARTENAIRE

Volunteers Initiative Nepal (VIN)VIN is one of the few Nepali run organizations currently operating in Nepal whose missionserves to directly empower marginalized people and promote a greater sense of voluteering.Our projects operate year round and international volunteers can feel satisfied by contributingto an organization that is working to improve the quality of life of the Nepali peopleaeuro)with anemphasis on improving education for marginalized groups such as women and children.

TRAVAIL

Nepal has established itself as an exotically attractive destination, drawing both mainstream tourists and adventure seekers. To this end tourism remains one of the mainstays of the Nepali economy. The Nepali Hospitality Management project offers you the op- portunity to gain hands-on experience in the indus- try along with valuable career experience all set with- in the splendor of an enticingly beautiful country and an alluring culture. Get ahead and join us! Your Possible Role • Work and learn the trade within a Front or/and Back Office of an established hotel in Nepal. • Work and learn the trade within the Food &Beverage division of an established hotel or restaurant in Nepal.

LOGEMENT &NOURRITURE

Accommodation VIN arranges accommodation for your induction period and your placement peri- od, this means two to three nights at a hotel in Thamel, Kathmandu and then your host family or monastery/nunnery. The costs are covered by your project fee. In placement accommodation, your sleeping arrangements may be private or shared and in most cases you will be required to share a bathroom and toilet facilities with your host family or the monks/nuns. It is important for you to realize that bath- room and toilet facilities and standards of hygiene will be in accordance with local standards. These facilities and standards may sometimes be very basic and may not be up to in western standards. You must be prepared to cope with this. Food VIN provides food during the placement from the project fee. You will receive at least two meals a day throughout the placement, which will be of Nepali standards and usually Daal Bhat (lentil soup and rice), vegetable curry, pickle etc. If you wish to supplement your diet with other food the responsibility and cost lies with you. We will only cover food and accom- modation for the period agreed for your placement and only at your placement. In most cases you will be staying with a host family after the project induction and will share the same food with them. Should you have any specific dietary needs, please let us know before your arrival in Nepal. Should you wish to visit the city on the weekends then you must cover your own food and accommodation costs.

SITUATION

Jitpur community of Kathmandu District, which is only about 11 km away from main ring road to Balaju, Kathmandu. Okhaldhunga, a beautiful and hilly district, is located in Everest Region of Nepal. It has limited developmental activities and facilities. From Kathmandu, the shortest bus route is about 250 km which is rough and takes one day to reach there. Leisure Activities: Either before or after your workcamp, there exists the option to undertake a short VIN-organized tour to one of Nepal’s nearby attractions.

BESOIN SPéCIAL

Application for Placement Booking Volunteers must apply to our partner organizations in their own country. • Attach your updated resume / curriculum vitae (CV) with two referee contact details (referees can be for your work/university/family); • Await confirmation from VIN for acceptance; • If you wish to work for more than one placement, then you are required to pay €60 ex- tra to cover our added logistical work. • VIN Volunteer / Internship project induction starts on the 1st and 15th of each month. The induction period is considered part of your project period. If you wish to come in between for a short period, you will receive a basic orientation before the placement. Please arrive one day prior (e.g. on the 14th if you are starting on the 15th) to the project induction date. Registration All the registration formalities will be completed in the first three days during the induction period. This will consist of understanding and signing a contract and paying the project fee. Please note that the entire project fee will be collected during the induction days. You will have to produce a photocopy of your passport and of your visa as well as a pass- port photo. VIN will issue a volunteer identity card for you. — Basic English. Fee for four weeks is 540€, then 70€ for each extra week. For Okhaldhunga minimum duration: 4 weeks (extra 60 € for the transportation)

2005 by a diverse group drawn from development workers, educationalists, social activists and other
professionals.
VIN’s mission is to empower marginalised communities, with a focus on women and children,
through enhanced educational programs and community training to promote equality, economic
well-being and basic human rights.
Community Focused Programmes
VIN has a main community based pilot project in Jitpur, a rural community 11km from Kathmandu city.
The area was chosen because of its geographical location, lack of development agencies, people
interest, and its development needs. VIN has established 4 key programmes in Jitpur:
 Women’s Empowerment
 Children’s Development
ï‚· Youth Development
ï‚· Community Health
The organization’s objective is for these programmes to be run by the Jitpur community (independently of
VIN) by 2012. Our community volunteering projects are based on around above 4 major programmes.
Out of Community Support Programmes
VIN runs a number of other volunteer placement programmes not directly related to the Jitpur community
but indirectly these programmes still contribute to our main programs. The programmes include:
ï‚· Teaching English at Buddhist monasteries / nunneries
ï‚· International journalism
ï‚· Environment, conservation and agro forestry
ï‚· Orphanage support
ï‚· Working with disable people (e.g., deaf, elderly)

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