My plan was to volunteer somewhere in Africa and I looked at so many reviews online for a organization that is safe to go with. After reviewing many of them and talked to few, I decided to go with Project Abroad, smartest decision ever. Their staffs were the loveliest and friendliest people I've ever met in my life. They make sure you are having a great experience and check up on you all the time. You never feel homesick with them.
As for the volunteering itself, I volunteered for the medical placement since I wanna study in that field in future. By volunteering in Chitwan Medical College Hospital, I learned a lot of things in that area and also found out what is my interest and what is not. I observe some pretty cool procedures and cases. I communicate with broken Nepali with the patients and family and made so many good memories. Doctors and Nurses also help you a lot and answer all of your question.
In overall Nepal has to be one of the friendliest city around the world, especially the kids in Nepal. I usually do not like kids but kids in Nepal made my experience ten times enjoyable. We also volunteer after our hospital time for English Club and Health Outreach which they were optional also but you were missing a lot if you did not go. The purpose of English club was to teach english to young orphan girls that were living in one orphanage with their Aama. Precious little kids they were. They were so affectionate and loving. you play different games each week and sing a song with them. even talking about them now makes me miss them so much.
In the end I have to say best experience of my life and I definitely recommend people to go with this organization. I would definitely try to go somewhere else next summer with Project abroad!