New members of the Nepal forum, introduce yourselves here - 2018

Hi all,

Newbie on the Nepal forum? Don’t know how to start?

This thread is for you ;)

We invite you to introduce yourself on this topic, to share with us your expat story if you are already living in the country, or to tell us more on your expat projects in Nepal if you are planning to move there.

It will enable us to help you better but above all to wish you a warm welcome.

Welcome on board!

Hi all!
I'm Hanny, married to a Nepalese man. I'm considering moving to Nepal when I've finished my degree (summer 2019).  I'm just casting about to see what's out there and if anyone had any tips for me! At the moment I'm thinking an English teaching job may be a route of employment which is open to me.  That's it in a nutshell! Chers guys and hope you're all keeping well.
h x

Hi Hanny!
My advice is that you make full use of the time you have in Scotland between now and your graduation next year in 2019 to usefully contact NGO's or other educational entities in your part of the world, to explore any and all job opportunities that might be open to you in the teaching/educational profession, and postulate with them, destination Nepal, with your credentials.  In your place, I would start by contacting both Nepal Trust  - (Glasgow)  and The Pahar Trust of Nepal ( ) which you can find on the net. First prepare a full CV, with photo and APPLY to them, with your candidature. No time to waste, start asap! Try to land a job with them before you arrive in Nepal. This is another way of saying that you would do well and better to land in Nepal with a job in hand, in contrast with landing there empty-handed. This way, you can hope to get far better remuneration, perks and benefits, and of course try to get health care/benefits/insurance coverage. Try for a 2-3 year contract. By the way, those two names I found for you in five minutes by surfing on the net but there may be many other entities in teaching field that you can similarly contact. The more the better. Try to also phone them and  of course submit your CV to all of them. Best of luck to you.

I married my wife a Nepali Dr. April of 2016 and we spend on average two months a year there in Nepal as she has several houses etc.

I am a businessman in the US with several businesses one of which is pretty large. I started over about 5 years ago and we think we can cash out in just under 3 years.

We plan on moving to Nepal in 2 years 11 months permanently to work with our and to start some businesses to help the children we are working with and their families get jobs.

Love Nepal and mostly my wife!

A few photos with me in next post. … td37zLaLJA

I thought I should maybe prove that I exist as well.

I like traditional clothes!

some like it clickable!

Welcome to the forum, Walran. I'm sure you'll find many people to help in Nepal. It's good to see the laws being enforced to end cruel treatment of lower castes and now the government even provides an education for the poor and even pays for uniforms and a meal. But there's much more that is needed and I know it will take a few generations to get over the millenniums of abuse. Your help is really needed here.

Good what you say. Me two, also hope for end of cruel treatement and inequalitys of our good people in Terai region:  23% of Nepal land area and 48% of our country's population. Fighteeng for dignity and equality still.

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