Insight into the life and Dentistry in Nepal

by Wendy Yu

Posted on February 6, 2016

The AGP Dental Outreach Programme will give you an insight into life and dentistry in Nepal that you haven't imagined before. It truly an experience of a lifetime and something I would recommend for dental students! Embrace the opportunity and experiences you have whilst on the trip, keep an open mind, and you will really enjoy the trip a whole lot more.

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Feeling Benifitted

by Cindy Zhou

Posted on January 15, 2016

Did I feel benefitted from this project? Absolutely. Especially as I hadn't seen patients previously, there were huge challenges that I was able to overcome, which inspires confidence in myself and makes seeing patients in the future much less daunting.

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Didn't know what to expect but was a great Experience.

by Tony Cheng

Posted on January 1, 2016

The part about clinic set up- the activity at the end of project and travel opportunities I think were absolutely fantastic. It just depends on the individuals' amount of available time to travel as well.

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Volunteering with AGP

by Katelyn McCracken

Posted on December 26, 2015

 I definitely benefitted from this project. Volunteering with AGP gave me the opportunity to experience a different culture that I may not have got to experience otherwise. I was able to see how dental care is provided in a country with limited resources, which provides skills I may use in the future if I work in more remote areas.

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Truly a life changing experience

by Harmohan Singh

Posted on May 15, 2014

In Early 2014 I made a split second decision to participate in the dental outreach undertaken by Around Good People. I wanted an adventure before my holidays finished, by participating in the outreach not only did I get that but have made many lifelong friends, while getting dental experience and the satisfaction of helping others. It was truly a life changing experience and one that I will never forget.”

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Nepal Dental Outreach Volunteering
Impact 2014 - 2017

Free screening, prevention, diagnosis & treatment of dental diseases.


Hours of volunteering by 382 professionals & students


Procedures on 21061 patients


Students from 68 Schools