CFFN is registered with Industry Canada as a non-profit. We have several ongoing projects that can be further developed or sustained with your donations. Please explore our initiatives to see how CFFN is working to change the face of education in Nepal.

We are always looking for volunteers who can share their time, skills, and expertise. Our volunteers have been interacting with the local people and assessing their needs gradually. There are many needs and opportunities discovered today but the vast majority are yet to be discovered. There is already a long list of ways by which you can contribute to transform the lives of Nepal’s rural people. Listed here are some endeavors in which we see signs of positive implications.

Our activities are the product of volunteer efforts involving no remunerations. We encourage volunteers from around the world, including Nepal’s urban centres, to travel to Nepal’s rural regions, share skills, and learn about its people, economy, culture, nature, and environment.

We ask you to help build communities without creating unhealthy dependence on external aid and without degenerating local culture, values, and unity. Join us and help us build societies that are positive and inspiring. In return for helping the rural people of Nepal, you will explore the world while needing very little money, and you will advance your knowledge, interests, and goals of your own. This is a school of knowledge and philosophy that provides you with an opportunity to contribute with the knowledge and skills of your own to the people of Nepal.


We are looking for volunteers in many sectors.

  1. English and Mathematics teachers who could teach for 8 months
  2. Teachers familiar with Nepali grades 9 and 10 mathematics curricula
  3. Early childhood education specialists
  4. Experts in sustainability projects, organic farming, crop diversity, seed production, organic pest control
  5. Trainers on composting toilets, building technology, arts, and crafts
  6. Educators, curriculum developers, educational material developers
  7. Community workers, leaders, inspirational figures
  8. Workers and experts on the issues of rural women
  9. Early childhood educators
  10. Biologists, geographers, geologists, statisticians, agricultural scientists, engineers, doctors
  11. Anyone willing to travel, learn, and report back

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