Welcome to the Kullu Project
Long term Volunteer Opportunities in the Indian Himalayas
The Kullu project was originally set-up in the Himachal valley of Kullu and Manali in 2003. The central belief on which the project was
founded is that students and professionals, both local and international, can be useful assets to Kullu Valley schools and orphanages.
The skills and enthusiasm volunteers bring, allow for exposure that children would otherwise not receive to people from another culture.
This in turn leads to the introduction of different perspectives, and new experiences that can be generated going forward!
The central committee of the Kullu Project is a facilitating body which integrates international volunteers into local organizations in the Kullu valley.
The aim of the Kullu Project is to provide a platform for volunteers, specifically gap year or post graduate students, to work with schools,
orphanages, and existing NGO's. Any individual or group that participates in the project has the freedom to integrate their own ideas and utilize their
personal skills, with support and guidance from each organization.
The project is currently looking to recruit volunteers to run educational initiatives for children in orphanages and specialized schools such as the NAB
school for the blind. Activities have included, but are not limited to, English teaching, drama, music, first-aid, team building workshops, camping
trips, bike rides, and discos.
If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to use the contact information at the bottom of this page.
Volunteer Opportunities in the Indian Himalayas
HO : House Number 134 , Arya Samaj Street ,
Akhara Bazar , Kullu -175101(Himachal Pradesh) INDIA
Local Coordinator - Ankit Sood : 94181-02083
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org