Volunteers who choose to help with Mamata’s Health Education program will be involved teaching in local schools for 1-2 hours per day instructing children in health related issues. This is valued instruction that is very much needed within certain facets of the Nepali community. Volunteers will also be involved in working with youth clubs or women’s groups, advocating and teaching improved health techniques and sanitation awareness. It is also possible for volunteers to assist in local First Aid stations in rural villages throughout Nepal. We prefer medical students for this program but do accept others who show considerable drive or experience in health related issues. Those with previous medical experience may also qualify to work in health camps or local hospitals throughout the community. We can take those medical volunteers to stay and serve in local hospitals or health camps.