The main goal of this project is to prepare the delegations members of the Consortium to become certified sending organisations. It also aims to contribute to the enhancement and improvement of the Union’s capacity to provide humanitarian aid by strengthening the coherence and regularity of volunteering in the Member States, in order to improve opportunities for the Union’s citizens to participate in humanitarian aid activities and operations.
It will provide support for actions aimed at strengthening the technical capacity of prospective sending organisations to participate in the EU Aid Volunteers initiative.
MdM IN TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
For the first phase of the project, we have created the ‘We work together’ campaign in order to transmit our vision, mission and values, as well as attract the attention of possible future volunteers.
Thanks to this campaign, the project now benefit from a dynamic partnership between Doctors of the World and EU Aid Volunteers, having 6 partners who will be part of it. Through innovative medical programs and evidence-based advocacy, we empower excluded people and communities to claim their right to health while fighting for universal access to health care, working at home and abroad to help everyone.
THE 6 PARTNERS
Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, and United Kingdom
The first Consortium comprised of European MdM delegations has been developing the first phase of the EU Aid Volunteers Initiative: the Technical Assistance project. The main goal of this project is to prepare the delegations members of the Consortium to become certified sending organisations.
These six European MdM delegations all have a different structure and working experience but share common Vision, Mission and Values. Moreover, this project will create HR, Volunteering and Security products which will be common for the entire International Network.