Build helpers wanted for ‘trip of a lifetime’ in Nepal

Habitat for Humanity New Zealand is offering the “opportunity of a lifetime” for every-day New Zealanders to travel to Nepal and help build 100 homes, this November.
Habitat New Zealand chief executive Claire Szabó said the invitation was open to any adults who would like to make a difference for people who “desperately need a decent place to live.”
No construction experience was needed, and full training and supervision would be given for the build in Nepal’s third-largest city.
The $6200 cost covers flights, insurance, accommodation and meals during the building period, as well as a contribution to building costs in Nepal.
All information, including how to join a team is available at

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