Origin of projects
Kinés du Monde's intervention programs always originate from requests expressed by local structures (nurseries, health centers, missions, hospitals, rehabilitation centers, associations etc.).
Collaborating with local structures guarantees an intervention that perfectly matches the needs in the field. Furthermore, it allows the continuation of the implemented rehabilitation system long after the mission is over.
As mentioned above, the request for intervention emanates from local governmental bodies or from private associations. After examining the request, the advisory board makes sure that Kinés du Monde's means of intervention match the local needs and gives its approval. An assessment mission, also called "exploratory mission", is then set up.
Kinés du Monde's mission managers are in charge of the exploratory mission; they will assess the local needs (training, equipment etc.), to make sure the necessary conditions are met for the success of the program. A cost assessment is also carried out.
The advisory board then decides over the departure of one or several volunteers.
Missions in the field usually take place over the medium-term (2 to 3 years). A regular follow-up is usually performed about one year after the end of each mission.
Missions are carried out by certified health professionals who are volunteering in the field from 6 months to one year. However, depending on context and requests, it is possible to have 1 to 3 year-long programs consisting of several short missions (2 to 3 weeks) on a regular basis.
The average cost of a mission (with one volunteer involved) is around 20,000€.
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