Weʼve raised £0 to fund a trip to Nepal in 2018 to help with the aid efforts to help rebuild the local community following the catastrophic earthquake in 2015
- Nepal, Punjab, India
- International volunteering
- Time left
- Closed on Tuesday, 27th December 2016
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My passion for many years has to become a doctor. I have always wanted to make a difference to the community in any way I can, so that as many people can benefit from the work I am able to provide as possible. Being part of the World Challenge would enable me to not only make a difference to some of the people in Nepal; it would help me in my ongoing community work and build my skills beyond what I could possibly experience in a local setting.
The ability to have the opportunity to make a difference; even if in just a very small way, is exactly what I need in order to fully explore my deep passion for a profession in medicine and to see exactly what I am capable of.
Whilst in Nepal I will have the amazing opportunity to work with the locals. The aid effort may include helping to rebuild homes, schools and general water supplies caused as a result of the devastating earthquake of April 2015. To this day, aid effort continues and if I can help in any way it would make me very proud.
The cost of funding this trip is £4000 and I am personally undertaking a number of events to raise money. These include the sale of my collectable pokemon cards, car-boot sales, bag-packing, washing cars and I will even be donating Christmas and birthday money. If you also feel, as I do, that this is a worthwhile cause and if you would like to contribute towards the cost of funding this, I would greatly appreciate it.
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