Unprecedented Experience at the Outskirts

Another rainy Saturday morning in Kathmandu, a troop of 12 hard working individuals set out to Pharping. About 19km south of Kathmandu, Pharping is a thriving Newari town that is widely known for having mothered the second ever hydropower in all Asia and the biggest of that. Read more

Interaction on post conflict situation

Smita Magar was invited to an interaction with our interns here in the Internship Nepal premises. Smita is a journalist cum researcher in peace process, actually of Sri Lanka, but an abundantly informed and learned in the political back-story of Nepal. Read more

A photography tour to Nagarkot

On the day of Lhoshar, which is one of the most celebrated festivals in Nepal, we left for a two days hike to another popular tourist destination around Kathmandu- Nagarkot. Read more

A Hike for Hindu Culture Study

Every year on the Nepali month of Magh (between January and February) the day of Swasthani Purnima (Full Moon day) is believed to commence the “Swasthaani Brata-Katha Aarambha”. Read more

Interaction Session with Documentary Professional

 This Thursday proved to be a special one as we were honored with the arrival of one of our former interns Ms. Anica James. She’s a Documentary Photographer from Canada, who had joined our Journalism/Photo Journalism programs at Internship Nepal during the year 2014. Read more

Website Now in French version

We are very pleased to announce that we have launched our website in French version hoping that it’ll be easier for French students to understand our programs and services better. Read more

Our program appreciated

Internship Nepal has been arranging elective placement for foreign Medical students in different hospitals in Kathmandu since 2006. Students from different departments like Medical science, nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dietitian/nutrition and dental science have participated in our program so far. Read more

Interns participate in rice planting

 It was 4th of July. We organized a cultural hiking. We commenced the cultural tour from Pharping, south part of Kathmandu Valley. We visited a Buddhist monastery. Read more

Our relief team to Earthquake affected areas

After helping our interns in collecting donations and relief items from different countries, it was now time we went on some field visit to the earthquake affected areas in the outskirts of Kathmandu. Read more

I denied my parents in leaving Nepal

Ariane Tremblay, Montreal Canada I left Kathmandu at 7 in the morning for the trek to Annapurna base camp. I was on the way in Pokhara. But later the bus stopped for the lunch and a guy got call from the family and was told about the earthquake. Read more

Nepal is safe for people to travel

Adriana Vidano, France: At the time when earthquake occurred I was with my friend in a restaurant at Durbar Marg ordering some foods. At the time when earthquake occurred, I became completely numb and didn’t know what was happening. Read more

A great opportunity to help Nepal

A massive earthquake hit Nepal on 25 April, 2015, that took many lives and destroyed thousands of houses. This could be a great opportunity for the medical personnel to come and help the victims in Nepal. Read more