The current consortium that is submitting to the EU Aid Volunteers Deployment 2019 call is led by MdM Spain together with MdM Belgium and a total of 16 Hosting Organisations from four continents. Deployment will now involve five new countries: Honduras, Mali-ES, Sierra Leone, Tunisia and Ukraine. The main objective of the project is to strengthen the response capacities of the organisations for the deployment of volunteers in the face of emergencies or complex crisis management. In order to achieve the general objective, the consortium will carry out actions that will ensure a safe and effective deployment of the EU Aid Volunteers in the host organisations. The capacities of the organisations will be strengthened so that there is effective and fluid coordination between them. Monitoring and evaluation activities will be carried out during the implementation of the project so as to correct potential deviations. This proposal contains the following results and outputs: - 47 EU Aid Volunteers will be deployed in the 16 hosting organisations. - Two EU Aid Volunteers will be deployed in order to respond to emergency situations for a period of two weeks to three months (in Sahel and Central America-Haiti). - A total of eight online EU Aid Volunteers will participate in the programme. - Between six and eight junior EU Aid Volunteers will undertake apprenticeships in the sending organisations. - The Consortium partners will ensure a safe and effective deployment of the EU Aid Volunteers, through Briefings, Debriefings, apprenticeships, general and specific training in Security and Gender, Mentoring, Psychosocial Support, etc. - The Consortium will have harmonised and standardised policies, tools and procedures in place which align with the EU regulations and the policies of the MdM network. - Through this proposal, awareness will be raised of the EU Aid Volunteers initiative in Europe by means of activities aimed at civil society in the countries involved in the project.