Volunteer Medic on a Raleigh Expedition in Nepal

Location: Nepal: Kathmandu, Rural Areas

Program Duration: Multiple Year, 9-12 Weeks

Dates: Year Round

Raleigh International


Third Floor Dean Bradley House 52 Horseferry Road London, Greater London SW1P 2AF United Kingdom

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Phone: +1 833-660-9738


We are seeking doctors, nurses and paramedics to join our sustainable development programmes as Volunteer Medics across our Expeditions beginning in January, June and September (running for 13 weeks at a time, with options for shorter programmes in June). In addition to Nepal, we also run Expeditions in Tanzania and Costa Rica.

Develop your Expedition medicine skills and support groups of young people in this essential role on our overseas programmes. In Nepal these focus mainly on our Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects in rural communities affected most by the 2015 Earthquake, whilst supporting young people to develop sustainable livelihoods.

You will:

- Look after the general health of our volunteers and manage any medical emergencies where necessary.
- Deliver first aid training at the beginning of the programme.
- Work from our field base, and support groups of young people remotely or on project support visits.
- Be part of the central operations team that responds to incidents.
- Encourage and motivate the volunteers to effectively deliver their projects while helping to facilitate their own personal development.
- Lead our volunteers out on projects

Travel Types
  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Trekking
Languages Used as a Medium of Teaching
  • English

Cost in US$:


Cost Includes:

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Credit Available


Experience Required


Volunteer Types
  • Health Education
  • Disaster Relief
  • Trail Building
  • English Teaching
  • Eco-Tourism
  • Conservation
  • Community Development
  • Renewable Energy
  • Social Work
  • Water Projects
  • Youth Development
  • Volunteer Management
  • Tree Planting
  • Parks
  • Hospital
  • Health Care
  • Education
  • Community Centers
  • Building & Construction Projects
  • Youth
  • Translation
  • Reforestation
  • Public Health
  • Nursing
  • Medicine
  • Health
  • Environment
  • Economic Development
  • Agriculture
This Program is open to

Worldwide Participant.

Typical Living Arrangements
  • Group living
  • Home-stays
  • Dormitory

Application Process Involves
  • Other
  • Written Application
  • Phone/Video Interview
  • In-Person Interview when Feasible
Year Founded