Reinstalling Hope’s team is made up of creative, energetic and caring youth who are college students in the USA, Australia, Germany and Nepal. Our team members in different parts of the world connect willing volunteers in their area to our head office in Kathmandu.
Volunteers from Nepal
Anup is finishing his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Thapathali Engineering Campus. He hopes that he can put his knowledge to use for the betterment of the country. Currently, he is leading Reinstalling Hope’s volunteer team in Nepal. They are providing health facilities and reconstructing libraries at rural public schools.
Volunteers from Germany
Josh visited Nepal with his friend Patrick to volunteer at Shree Baghbhairab School in the outskirts of Kathmandu. After working there and at another school in Banepa, he realized how many students in public schools do not get the proper platform to reach their potential. He is enthusiastic about supporting smart, diligent and needy students in their journey to realizing their dreams.
Patrick first visited Nepal with Josh as a social tourist. To understand the real Nepali life they lived with two different host families in Kirtipur and Banepa. He was impressed by the Nepali hospitality and the generosity of his hosts. He is a goodwill ambassador of STDRF, an organization working to promote participatory tourism in Nepal.
Volunteer in Australia
Krishna is finishing his undergraduate studies in Information Technology at Deakin University, Melbourne. He is responsible for recruiting interested volunteers and fundraising in Australia. He is working to introduce modern teaching technologies in Nepalese classrooms. He is a strong believer in the effectiveness of interactive teaching and learning.
Volunteer in the USA
Sanjeeb is completing his Bachelor’s degree in Economics at University of Maryland, College Park. He is responsible for spreading awareness about our cause. He is eager to provide a market solution for the handicraft products of indigenous locals in rural Nepal.
Madan is completing his undergraduate studies from Idaho State University, USA. He hopes that someday he can help hard working students in Nepal find global opportunities. He is working to raise funds for the project so that the Volunteer Team in Nepal can be continuously supported to carry on the work.
Volunteer in South Korea
Mrinal is studying Mechanical Engineering in Yonsei University in South Korea. In the summer of 2014, he worked alongside Manjul and Maher taking pictures of all the activities conducted and tutoring Maths to 8 public school students. He is very adamant about spreading the word about problems faced by street children and Dalit community in Nepal. He speaks Korean and helps with fundraising efforts in Korea.