Our Volunteer Impact

THISWORLDEXISTS boasts a community based, sustainable approach to development that is built on transparency, empowerment, community involvement and international collaboration. 

Our rapidly developing growing international volunteer community continues to create significant, meaningful  and sustainable impact in the communities in which we work.

Our Education Development Model helps facilitate communities to attain the educational advancements they are wanting to achieve to help to empower and transform communities from now and long into the future.

 

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SCHOOLS FUNDED AND CREATED

Our work has directly contributed to the construction and renovation of education projects in 4 communities in Cambodia and Nepal.

 

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COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

Our growing international community has a presence in 8 different countries worldwide. We are proud to say that this growing and engaged community continues to help promote the work we do and the impact we are having when they return home.

 

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WOMEN AND CHILDREN IMPACTED

Our development projects are always invested to create a sustainable impact. Thanks to this our fundraising continues to impact communities year after year.

 

Our Education Projects

Sorung Chhabise, Nepal

Tucked away in the mountains of Eastern Nepal lies Sorung Chhabise, a region that until our time in the community had received no NGO support at all. Subsequently, education opportunities were limited and THISWORLDEXISTS were inspired to help make a difference.

School facility design by Maria Vittoria Monaco (Italy) and Simon Wübbels (Germany).

PALU BARI, NEPAL

Until the earthquake struck, over 130 women were being educated in a specific womens adult education centre. The earthquake brought this building to the ground and with it the opportunities it was providing for women and future generations.

 

Myagde, Nepal

Still effected by the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake, THISWORLDEXISTS commenced work in the community to rebuild a 5 classroom block that was destroyed by the earthquake. More than 50% of children of this school are from the Dalit demographic (low caste).

 
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