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EUROPEAN CIVIL PROTECTION AND HUMANITARIAN AID OPERATIONS

GVC - Gruppo di Volontariato Civile
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WeWorld-GVC is an independent Italian organization that emerged from the union between GVC NGO (constituted in Bologna in 1971) and WeWorld (founded in Milano in 1999), with the aim of increasing the impact of Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid projects in 29 countries, including Italy. We work to promote recognition and respect of the fundamental rights of every human being, fighting poverty, injustice and generating sustainable and durable socio-economic growth models. We strive for a better world where everyone, especially women and children, has equal opportunities and rights, access to resources, to health, to education and to dignified work.

A world in which the environment is a common good to be respected and preserved; in which war, violence, and exploitation are banned. We feel called upon to increase our capabilities of providing support, in a global context characterized by economic and environmental crises, conflicts and inequalities, in which Humanitarian Aid and Development Cooperation are more linked than ever.

Current projects (8)
Deployment

EU Aid Volunteers strengthening the resilience and response capacity of vulnerable and disaster-affected communities in Middle East, Africa, Southern and Central America

0 vacancies
Project duration: 
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Project countries
  • Africa
    • Northern Africa
      • Tunisia
    • Eastern Africa
      • Burundi
      • Mozambique
    • Western Africa
      • Mauritania
      • Burkina Faso
  • Latin America and Caribbean
    • South America
      • Bolivia
      • Peru
    • Central America
      • Guatemala
      • Nicaragua
  • Middle East
    • Western Asia
      • Jordan
      • Lebanon
GVC - Gruppo di Volontariato Civile
Closed projects (3)
Deployment
GVC EU Aid Volunteers
Deployment
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