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EU Aid Volunteers brings volunteers and organisations together from different countries, providing practical support to humanitarian aid projects and contributing to strengthening local capacity and resilience of disaster-affected communities. Participants in the EU Aid Volunteers initiative must be over 18 years of age and be a citizen of an EU Member State or a long-term resident in the EU. Volunteers receive accommodation and travel expenses, insurance, ongoing learning and development, a monthly allowance, and a resettlement allowance to help with expenses of returning home.

certification picture15 months of hard work, a lot of partnership, submitted documents

volunteering for humanity logoAfter many years of experience in sending volunteers in the European Voluntary Service, we have decided to move the level of volunteering to a humanitarian level. 

mapa euaid KERIC, as a certified EU AID Volunteers organization, has decided, together with partners from Ireland and Lithuania, to submit the first project to send volunteers through this project.

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In order for KERIC to send volunteers under the EU AID Volunteers program, it had to pass certification. 

EU AID Lithuania The third meeting of the Volunteer for Humanity project supported by the EU AID project took place on 16-18 January 2020 in Vilnius, Lithuania.

IMG 20190625 164900The second meeting of EU Aid volunteers was focused on work improvement, sharing experiences among partners from Ireland, Lithuania and France.

EuaidWe (Mirka and Lenka) were at the first EU Aid Volunteers meeting in Ireland.