ACT for Humanitarian Capacity Development in EU Aid Volunteers initiative

Key Facts

Project Period: 01/02/2016-30/04/2017

ECHO-funding to FCA: 150,917 EUR

FCA co-funding: 32,337 EUR

Total consortia budget: 804,886 EUR

This consortia project takes place in various countries, of which Nepal, Cambodia, South Sudan, Myanmar and Finland are FCA countries.

The aim is to build capacities of local partners in DRR/resilience, EPRP, organizational development in Nepal, Cambodia, Myanmar, South Sudan and Uganda as part of an ACT Alliance consortium lead by ICCO. The project is part of the EU Aid Volunteers initiative.

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