- To humanitarian association volunteers who are sent on an assignment anywhere in the world (except countries at war)
- To young people who go overseas as volunteers through an accredited association, International solidarity volunteer
- Young people who go overseas on a VIA or VIE contract (International volunteer work experience in the public or private sector)
- Young people who go overseas through a United Nations Volunteer assignment
- Young people who go on an International Solidarity Leave
Each insured person must have an assignment contract from his/her humanitarian association or a volunteer visa. The insured cannot receive a wage, they are volunteers (except for Volunteers whose allowance cannot exceed €800 per month).
Very important: the insured must be and remain a resident of France or Europe for tax purposes (it is impossible to cover Canadians or Chinese for example, for protectionism reasons)
This answer only relates to: Cap Volunteering.