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In an effort to make PMDR's Ambassadorial Program an agreeable, valuable
and unbeaten one, the following guidelines have been established.

The process of choosing Goodwill Ambassadors is subject to accurate, precise and rigorous criteria, that's because we believe in how significant and sensitive the mission they are going to shoulder. Such mission demands sufficient, hardworking, philanthropist person. Individuals who serve as PMDR Goodwill Ambassadors must be persons of integrity who demonstrate a strong desire to help mobilize public interest and support the volunteerism as a whole and for the purposes and principles of PMDR, and who demonstrate the commitment and proven potential to reach out to significant audiences, including decision makers.


Besides, we are keen on having Goodwill Ambassadors from the youth, that's stemmed from our faith that youth has a special kind of creativity and hardworking.
Being a public figure is undoubtly an advantage, as public figures usually enjoy the feature of having an impact, in addition to being influential beyond their national borders; thus having the ability to enhance the values we seek to consolidate.

Besides, we are keen on having Goodwill Ambassadors from the youth, that's stemmed from our faith that youth has a special kind of creativity and hardworking.
Being a public figure is undoubtly an advantage, as public figures usually enjoy the feature of having an impact, in addition to being influential beyond their national borders; thus having the ability to enhance the values we seek to consolidate.
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