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EU Aid Volunteers building resilence through gender and youth leadership in humanitarian action

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Project countries
  • Africa
    • Northern Africa
      • Tunisia
    • Eastern Africa
      • Zimbabwe
      • Zambia
      • Kenya
    • Western Africa
      • Mauritania
  • Asia and Oceania
    • Southern Asia
      • India
      • Nepal
    • South-Eastern Asia
      • Myanmar
      • Cambodia
  • Latin America and Caribbean
    • South America
      • Colombia
    • Caribbean
      • Haiti
  • Middle East
    • Western Asia
      • Jordan
      • Palestine
  • About

Is a 2 years deployment project implemented in 13 countries, involving 4 sending organisations (AAH, AADK, Alianza, WWGVC) and 15 hosting organisations (AA Myanmar, Nepal, Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe – Alianza Colombia, Haiti, Jordan, Palestine, Mauritania – WWGVC Tunisia, Cambodia, Nepal, India – PPSA Cambodia). VOLEAD aims at improving the resilience capacities of vulnerable communities in disaster and crisis affected areas in Middle East, South and Southeast Asia, North, Northwest and Southeast Africa, Central and South America. VOLEAD methodology on resilience building will be based on ActionAid’s HRBA and Humanitarian Signature, focusing on equal participation and leadership of women and youth in decision making related to DRR and LRRD, as well as on needs assessment results implemented by all HOs. Outputs, activities and results to achieve the VOLEAD’s goals, 58 qualified EU Aid Volunteers (12 senior, 46 junior) and online volunteers will be deployed in the participating HOs. SO1’s deployment and capacity building activities will result in strengthening the resilience and response of vulnerable communities based on gendered and youth-oriented approaches in Asia; SO2 in Africa; and SO3 in Central and South America. SO4’s technical and capacity building activities will result in enhanced capacities of partners and local organisations on promoting women and youth leadership in resilience building, and complying with EUAV standards. Communication activities play a significant role in the project’s visibility results. IMPACT VOLEAD activities will involve at least 200 people and impact around 5000 beneficiaries from sending, hosting and local organisations, local communities and volunteers, improving their capacities to better respond to future disasters and crises. 150000 citizens in EU and third countries will be reached through the communication activities, enhancing their awareness on EU’s humanitarian aid work & principles.

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Needs assessment at a local level along the disaster risk management cycle
Disaster risk management, preparedness and response as well as linking relief, rehabilitation and development

Stories from the field (2)

World Refugee Day in Jordan

Debora Flaminia DRAGHI MANOEL in Jordan