Development cooperation ,19.11.2012

Kumppanuussopimus/Kirkon Ulkomaanapu


FCA aims to become a globally recognised player in supporting peace work in local communities and train religious and traditional leaders in peace work, help them solve local conflicts and support them in influencing national and international peace processes. At the same time, FCA will specialise in supporting small-scale entrepreneurship, particularly among women and young people, and in organising related vocational training. Education in emergencies is the key focus in FCA’s humanitarian work. FCA aims to strengthen its own and ACT Alliance’s capacity in these areas. FCA will specialise in supporting local communities in three priority areas: the right to peace, livelihood and education. The guiding principle in planning the programmes is that any one area should not exceed 60 percent or be smaller than 20 percent of the total programme volume in any given geographical context. In resource use, FCA will continue to focus on development cooperation in local communities. FCA aims to become a well-known partner in its areas of specialisation and wants to develop coordination mechanisms, promote joint planning and learning and participate in local and international clusters related to our areas of specialisation.

Funding decision  19.11.2012

16 000 000 €

Objectives monitored by OECD's Development Assistance Committee

  • Participatory development/Good governance
  • Gender equality
  • Aid to environment

Field of activity

  • Multisector aid 100%

Funding channel

Kirkon Ulkomaanavun Säätiö



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