European Volunteers for Development (EVD)
Volontaires européens du développement (VED)
Europäisches Freiwilligenprogramm (EFP)
7 Nov 1985, Paris (France), as a French-German initiative. As of 2006 ceased to exist.
Bring together young volunteers of different nationalities in development projects for the Third World; unite voluntary organizations so as to assist communication and formalities with the mainly French-speaking countries of Africa with which they are concerned.Available with paid subscription only.
Programme jointly managed by 2 NGOs for voluntary work: Association française des volontaires du progrès (AFVP); Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst (DED).
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Members in 2 countries
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- Social Activity
- Language Speaking
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