1. What is registration / program fee?
The registration or program fee is the main source of the fund of organization that is fully utilized into office management and administration such as office space, computers, Internet connection, Staffs recruitment, salary, wages and bonus, donation, stationery, orphanages welfare in various places in the country.

2 Do I need to pay registration or program fee?
Yes of course!

3 Is registration fee refundable?
Registration fee is non-refundable.

4 Do I need to register before coming to Nepal?
Absolutely, it is necessary.

5 How do I pay for the registration/program fee?
The cost we quote is in Euros but we do accept payment in US dollars, Nepali rupees equivalent to Euros and US $. Please note that traveler’s cheques or credit cards will not be accepted.

6 Is insurance facility incorporated in these fee components?
Is insurance facility incorporated in these fee components? No. Therefore, we highly recommend you to manage your own travel insurance that cover your medical and loss of property if incase.

7 Can I extend my program?
Yes, but prior information and payment according to rules are necessary.

8 Is there a Training program?
Yes, depending on your length of stay, you will receive up to 5-10 days of Cultural and Language training from the FUN-Nepal staff. The first phase of the training includes basic cultural and language information and will be conducted at our office in Kathmandu. The next phase of the training takes place either in Sanga or Dhulikhel village to help you to prepare for village life. During your time in the village, the FUN-Nepal staff will continue to provide language training as well. You will have more information about it during the training period.

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