Comission de Accion Social Menonita (Mennonite Social Action Commission) (CASM)

CASM aims to strengthen capacities of civil society in organisation, participation and advocacy, to contribute to building a process for sustainable local development. This strategy focuses on the creation and strengthening of structures of representation and negotiation in civil society, interacting with local governments in the framework of local-regional development processes and public policies of decentralisation, citizen participation, environment, gender, electoral law, children’s and adolescent’s rights, amongst others.

CASM promotes and strengthens, on the level of technical teams and other social actors, a system of ethical-christian values, that orientate process of human development upheld with a gender focus. CASM systematically develops competencies and skills in management and technical teams, as well as processes and methods needed to reach the goals set out in the strategic plans and projects.

CASM strengthens capacities, abilities and skills of families and community and municipal structures, in the formulation, fundraising, management and co-execution of projects. This strategy promotes the participation of the population, in the identification of the opportunities and problems that affect social and economic development of the communities and municipalities.

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Honduras: Chocolate saves environment

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Mar 05, 2009

Honduras: reforesting an environmental disaster area with gourmet cocoa

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At a glance

  • Formed in 1983
  • Based in Honduras
  • Working in Honduras
  • Budget of $750,000
  • 50 members of staff

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