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Comité de Coopération avec le Laos

Mission Statement

The CCL is an association of international solidarity that is independent, without any political, spiritual or ideological allegiances whatsoever. We acknowledge and respect the diversity of individuals, populations, their cultures, their knowledge and their environments. We seek to promote equal rights and dignity for all people. We acknowledge the interaction of persons and peoples and seek to let it thrive through solidarity and reciprocity.

Projects carried out with CCL, with and alongside the laotion population, are aimed to contribute to the improvement of the living conditions of all, without any distinction, in particular by favouring access to food, health care, education and knowledge, culture and stable income in a sustainable environment.

These projects are based on a long-lasting partnership with the populations as well as on the will to exchange knowledge, know-how, information and cultures.  By favouring charge taking and self-sufficiency, we accompany the populations and decision-makers in identifying and implementing solutions adapted to each situation, so that they ensure their development and that of their territory in a concerted and independent way.  We give importance to training actions and strengthening capacities of expression, creativity, negotiation and organization of people and groups.

After over twenty years in laos, CCL endeavours to capitalize on the experience and knowledge acquired in various forms and spread them in laos and abroad: reports, books, films, documents, a website, lectures, articles, etc.  Lastly, we seek to make Laos better know as well as mobilize means for initiating and conducting new actions in that country.

Programme Description

Our co-operation with the Lao populations is founded on both technical (knowledge and in-depth experience) and human (desire to make progress, patience, flexibility, adaptation to the local context) professional values. Through our actions, we seek to promote equity and support the most impoverished people, while constantly remaining careful to do no harm. We seek to work with a firm intent of transparency, intellectual honesty and accountability in our words and deeds.

To ensure the success of its missions, the CCL seeks to favour the professional and personal fulfilment of its salaried employees and benevolent members and enable them, in contact with the population, to be empowered by the diversity of Lao cultures.

Projects conducted with the CCL, with and alongside the Lao populations, are aimed at contributing to the improvement of the living conditions of all, without any distinction, in particular by favouring access to food, health care, education and learning, culture and stable income in a sustainable environment.

Our primary areas of focus are agriculture, health, envionment, education, and research.


Contact Details

Address: 054, Unit 07, Samsenthai Rd. Ban Simeuang, Sisattanak District, Vientiane Capit, Lao PDR P.O Box 4791
Telephone: +856 21 254 039
Fax: N/A
Email: cclmani@laopdr.com
Website: www.ccl-laos.org
Contact Person: Manivone Vorachak, Country Director
Other Contact: ,

General Information

Number of Local Staff: 21->30
Number of Expatriate Staff: 1->5
Average Annual Budget: 367380 USD
In Lao PDR Since: 1980
Country of Origin:

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Projects and Sector of Activities

Title Description Provinces/Districts Sectors/Sub-sectors
Improvement of Hygiene and Life Quality in La and Namor, Oudomxay Province

Start Date: Nov 1st 2008
Objective: To promote community health in more than 30 targeted villages in Oudomxay province. Activities: building of latrines, access to drinking ...
Oudomxay
- Education - Health Care
Poverty Reduction Project Oudomxay

Start Date: Jun 3rd 2013
The overall objective is to speed up poverty reductionand achievement of MDG 1, 3-5, 7 in the uplands of Oudomxay through a combined effort carried ...
Oudomxay
- Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Community Development - Health Care - Human Resources Development - Income Generation & Economic Development - Natural Resources & Ecology - Social Development
Promoting Climate Resilience (NU-PCR) Nhotou, Phongsaly Province

Start Date: Apr 1st 2014
  The proposed Northern Uplands – Promoting Climate Resilience (NU-PCR) project is designed to provide clear and concrete changes in the ...
Phongsaly
- Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Community Development - Human Resources Development - Income Generation & Economic Development - Natural Resources & Ecology
Support to primary schools in Vientiane Capital & Nhotou District

Start Date: Jan 1st 2006
The project aims to increase the primary school conditions in 4 villages by supporting latrines construction, drinking water system and ...
Phongsaly
Vientiane Municipality
- Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Education - Human Resources Development - Natural Resources & Ecology
The Right to Food of Ethnic Groups in Kham District, Xieng Khouang Province

Start Date: Jan 1st 2013
The overall objective of the action is to contribute to the promotion of human rights and democratic reform in Xiengkhouang province through the ...
Xiengkhouang
- Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Community Development - Human Resources Development - Income Generation & Economic Development - Natural Resources & Ecology - Social Development
The Sustainable Food Security Development Project in Nhot Ou Dictrict, Phongsaly Province

Start Date: Jul 1st 2010
The project directly targets at 40 villagers in Nhotou District with an estimated total population of 10 650 people. The programme will train ...
Phongsaly
- Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries - Community Development