ICCO

       

About ICCO

ICCO Cooperation is a global, non-governmental organization, which mission is to end poverty and injustice in developing countries.

ICCO has extensive programmatic experience in sustainable farming, agribusiness and linking small farmers and SMEs to markets. We focus on four programmatic areas: 1) Economic empowerment. 2) Food security and sustainable consumption, 3) Responsible business and 4) Emergency response.

In programs, ICCO takes up the role of manager, co-implementer, strategic co-financer or advocate. We strongly believe in bringing together different stakeholders to work on shared goals, benefiting from the particular strengths of each. We offer different services in public private partnerships and are experienced in working with a wide range of financial instruments.

ICCO has 338 employees and an annual turnover of around 40 million euros (2016), with a global office in the Netherlands and region and country offices in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia. Also we are located in the USA.

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ICCO Terrafina Microfinance

ICCO Terrafina Microfinance is ICCO’s microfinance programme, working in close collaboration with Rabobank FoundationOikocredit and Fair & Sustainable Advisory Services. ICCO Terrafina Microfinance’s support to microfinance institutions often consists of a tailor-made package of different components. The objective is to boost agriculture through microfinance to improve smallholder farmers´ livelihoods and increase food security.

Through the close collaboration with different parties, ICCOTerrafina Microfinance can microfinance institutions with a combination of technical and financial support to strengthen their organisation and to develop financial services in line with the needs of specific groups of farmers and people living in rural areas.

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C4D Partners


Capital 4 Development Partners (C4D Partners), formerly ICCO Investments, is an initiative of ICCO Cooperation. ICCO is a cooperative for development cooperation. Members are Edukans, Kerk in Actie and coPrisma. ICCO works in 44 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

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Funding Figures

To get insight in the general funding activities of ICCO, ICCO Terrafina Microfinance and C$D Partners related to inclusive finance, consult the NpM Funding Figures page