Social and Solidarity Economy Program is a public-private partnership program aimed to create global social value through vitalizing the social and solidarity economy model.
Social and Solidarity Economy Program aims to vitalize and establish a social and solidarity economy system through consortiums between profit and non-profit organizations. It also creates global social values by contributing to eradicating poverty and achieving social and economic development in partner countries as well creating new jobs.
Non-profit Organizations : Non-profit, non-governmental organizations, universities and research institutions, and social enterprises registered to the national or local government
Profit-making corporations : Cooperative unions, enterprises, etc.
Match Rate : 8:2
Cost : KRW 900 million in 3 years
Budget : Establishing project foundation in partnerhip with KOICA in the first year
Trigger : Determine project expansion based on the first year project evaluation
Year N-1 (May-Sep)· Screening· Selecting candidate projects
Year N-1 (Oct-Dec)· Finalizing project plans · Signing an agreement
Year N (Jan-Feb)· Managing 3-year projects
~Final+1 Year· Project evaluation
Program Management Department
Civil Society Partnership Department: 82-31-740-0574/(FAX)82-31-740-0576