SYLPHI FOUNDATION and Volunteering

The program of our Foundation is mobilized and will be present in province 3 of Bagmati, province 4 of Gandaki and province 5 of Lumbini.

These new projects should improve the daily lives of local farmers. We offer you a partnership with our Foundation for these programs and we await the arrival of professional volunteers in Nepal.
Agricultural technicians, and all those affiliated with the agricultural sector, could accompany a farmer. They monitor the program.

Our current business areas in Nepal

Depending on your personal qualifications for volunteering, we have different professional sectors spread over these three provinces.

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Province Three Bagmati

Bagmati is one of the seven provinces of Nepal established by the constitution of Nepal. The province is the second-most populous province in Nepal and the fifth largest province by land area. Bagmati is bordered by China's Tibet Autonomous Region to the north, Gandaki Province to the west, No. 1 Province to the east, Indian state of Bihar and Madhesh Province to the south. With Hetauda as the provincial seat, the province is also home to the country's capital, Kathmandu. It is mostly hilly and mountainous and home to mountain peaks such as Gaurishankar, Langtang, Jugal and Ganesh.

Being the most populous province in Nepal, it has a rich cultural diversity with resident communities and castes including Newar, Tamang, Madhesis, Sherpa, Tharu, Chepang, Jirel, Brahmin, Chhetri and more. It hosted the highest number of voters in the last elections for the House of Representatives and the Provincial Assembly, which took place in 2017.

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Province Four Gandaki

Gandaki is one of the seven federal provinces established by the current constitution of Nepal which was promulgated on September 20, 2015. Pokhara is the provincial capital. It borders China's Tibet Autonomous Region to the north, Bagmati Province to the east, Karnali Province to the west, and India's Lumbini Province and Bihar to the south.

The total area of the province is 21,504 km², which is about 14.57% of the total area of the country. According to the last census, the population of the province was 2,403,757. The newly elected Provincial Assembly adopted the province of Gandaki as its permanent name replacing its original name Province no. July 4, 2018. Krishna Chandra Nepali is the current Chief Minister of Gandaki Province.

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Province Five Lumbini

Lumbini is a province in western Nepal. It borders Gandaki Province and Karnali Province to the north, Sudurpashchim Province to the west, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in India to the south. Lumbini is the third largest and the third most populous province among Nepalese provinces. Lumbini's capital, Deukhuri, is near the geographic centre of the province; it is a small city that is currently being developed to meet the prerequisites of the provincial capital.

The major towns in this province are Butwal and Siddharthanagar in Rupandehi district, Nepalgunj in Banke district, Tansen in Palpa district and Ghorahi and Tulsipur in Dang district. The province is home to the Lumbini World Heritage Site, where, according to Buddhist tradition, the founder of Buddhism, Gautama Buddha was born.