Recruitment of volunteers

The Healthy Children Concept recommends that the recruitment of volunteers to become health ambassadors is based on the strategic considerations of the local health authorities and looks to create local partnerships and make working relationships with civil society organisations.

It is preferable that local health authorities develop a recruitment strategy which is based on the strategic decisions that civil society organizations develop in order to reach children and young people in deprived areas.

In the following you can find material and examples on how to recruit volunteers.

 

Common Tools and Guidelines

Recruitment material from Denmark

Recruitment material from Spain

Recruitment material from Italy

Recruitment material from Norway

Digital stories from United Kingdom

 
 
If you want to know more about what has happened in your country and want to see material, please contact your local partner. See partner list here. 

The Healthy Children Concept recommends that the recruitment of volunteers to become health ambassadors is based on the strategic considerations of the local health authorities and looks to create local partnerships and make working relationships with civil society organisations.

It is preferable that local health authorities develop a recruitment strategy which is based on the strategic decisions that civil society organizations develop in order to reach children and young people in deprived areas.

In the following you can find material and examples on how to recruit volunteers.

 

Common Tools and Guidelines

Recruitment material from Denmark

Recruitment material from Spain

Recruitment material from Italy

Recruitment material from Norway

Digital stories from United Kingdom

 
 
If you want to know more about what has happened in your country and want to see material, please contact your local partner. See partner list here.