Slovak support for sustainable development aid through the deployment of European expert volunteers to the low-income countries of the Western Balkans, the Middle East and the EU's Eastern Partnership - SlovakAid

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Slovak support for sustainable development aid through the deployment of European expert volunteers to the low-income countries of the Western Balkans, the Middle East and the EU’s Eastern Partnership

Country
Slovakia
Location of implmentation
Slovensko, Albánsko, Gruzínsko, Turecko
Number
SAMRS/2021/EK/1/3
State of projects implementation
Finished
Type of financing
Európske projekty
Implementation period
15.08.2021 - 11.01.2023
Sector
Good governance and building civil society
ODA grant
11484.18 EUR
Recipient
ADRA- Adventistická agentúra pre pomoc a rozvoj, o.z.
Partner
MONDO (EE); A.D.I.C.E. (FR); NCCS (AL); MERKURI (GE); ADRA Albania; UPA (UG); WEFOCO (KE); KOCDA (Ghana); HCR Postup (UA); OSVSWA (AL); AIJ (Maroko); AICHA (Maroko); ZAD (TU)

Description

The project will support the implementation of the Sustainable Development through Humanitarian Aid Volunteers 3 (SuDHAV3) project, which is part of the European Aid Volunteers (EUAV) initiative. The ambition of the EUAV program is to strengthen the European Union's capacity to provide targeted humanitarian assistance aimed at protecting life, preserving human dignity and strengthening the capacity of vulnerable communities in low-income countries. As part of the SuDHAV3 project, 7 expert humanitarian volunteers from the EU will be sent to Albania, Georgia and Turkey. Volunteers build the capacity of their host organizations and help local vulnerable communities in the Education, Health, Equal Opportunities and Gender Equality, Employment Support or Civil Society Building sectors. The target group is the excluded Roma, Egyptian communities, people with health and socio-economic disadvantages in Albania, women and children affected by domestic violence in Georgia, Syrian refugee communities, especially children and women in Turkey.

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