In January, ICCO was assigned a new project in Colombia called ‘Rural Peace’ by the European Union. Last month, Dutch minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok attended the launch of the program. In this series of articles we explain the different elements in the new program ‘Rural Paz’. In this last edition: the participation of local indigenous communities in the governmental Territorial Development Plans.
Towards an equal land distribution
A new project of ICCO Cooperation in Colombia has been approved for signing by the European Union’s Trust Fund. In the project, farmer organizations will be strengthened as central agents in the construction of peace.
ICCO has published 2 annual reports. One for ICCO Foundation and the second one is the consolidation of the financials statements of ICCO Foundation and ICCO Group B.V.
ICCO has published 2 annual reports. One for ICCO Foundation and the second one is the consolidation of the financials statements of ICCO Foundation ánd ICCO Group B.V. ICCO is the sole shareholder of the ICCO Group. B.V.
From 11th August onwards, severe floodings took place in Nepal and Bangladesh due to incessant rains. ICCO Cooperation, together with Kerk in Actie and ACT Alliance, helps the victims of the floods.
ICCO Cooperation and our local partner (CCDN), with support from Kerk in Actie (KiA), is supporting 600 flood-affected households from Rautahat District, Nepal. The distribution program is being conducted in collaboration with District Disaster Relief Committee (DDRC) of Rautahat.
Each relief package consists of:
ICCO Cooperation, together with Kerk in Actie, has pledged €100.000 to support Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Marawi, Philippines.
Supporting agriculture and livelihood