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EVS Manual

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Manual produced in Erasmus + project in Bitola, Macedonia on 23-31 October 2014 within activities in Training Course visiting mentors, evs coordinators from 9 different countries, working for 7 days.

Aims of the tool

An EVS project is a partnership between two or more promoting organizations. These organizations are responsible for recruiting volunteers for their project. Project are usually from 2 weeks to 12 months, and as a volunteer you have a wide range of fields to choose what you best do, such as culture, youth, sports, children, cultural heritage, arts, animal welfare, environment and development cooperation.

Description of the tool

The Manual will help all the evs interested young people who are in a process of getting know the EVS as a great life time experience to volunteer in a different country and gain and share their skills and competences.


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Tool overview

EVS Manual

This tool is for

Young people from 18-30 years old

and addresses

Voluntary Service

It is recommended for use in:

European Voluntary Service


It is a Manual that you can use it in EVS process.

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

NGO Sfera

in the context of

Erasmus + training course

The tool has been experimented in

Training Course

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Milcho Duli (on 29 November 2014)

and last modified

8 November 2014

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