Centro Regional Ecuménico de Asesoría y Servicio (Regional Ecumenical Advisory and Service Center) (CREAS)
The Ecumenical Fund for Aid to Small Projects (Fondo Ecuménico de Apoyo a Pequeños Proyectos -FPP) was started in July 2001 in the aim to "strengthen initiatives of solidarity coming from local churches and community groups". Since its start, it has supported small projects from community based organisations or groups, which enabled them to strengthen the quality of their work to the benefit of the communities. In parallel, the initiative from CREAS allows to promote a better coordination, the exchange of experience and the strengthening of capacities among community based organizations, contributing to the economic life.
The administration, monitoring and evaluation is made jointly with an evaluation committee, which is composed by the FPP team and specialists from various churches and recognized NGOs, who have experience in the social work and administration of funds.
Latest from Centro Regional Ecuménico de Asesoría y Servicio (Regional Ecumenical Advisory and Service Center) (CREAS)
May 19, 2014
19 May, 2014 - House reconstruction has begun following the fire that destroyed 10 hill suburbs of Valparaiso last month. Psychosocial work to heal young minds will be the next area.
May 02, 2013
Colombia's recent progress in promoting human rights is promising, but the country still has a long way to go in meeting its obligations in this area.
Mar 10, 2010
A Creas programme means Ariel no longer has to use his fists to survive.
Mar 05, 2010
Nadia Carolina Ayala talks about how a CREAS circus school helped her escape “torturous” work in a bar.