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Instituto para el Futuro Común Amerindio IFCA

The Institute for the Common Amerindian Future (IFCA), was created to provide technical assistance to grassroots organizations of indigenous peoples, but its core business is focused on responding to the unmet demands of more than one hundred local associations of various Indians (cocoa and coffee producers, farmers, artisanal fishermen, women, youth, indigenous children, the elderly, people with HIV/AIDS, indigenous LGBTI groups, people with disabilities, among others), who live scattered in 18 departments of the country and in more than 150 municipalities nationwide.


To be a strong organisation that promotes critical and constructive reflection on economic, political, social, cultural and environmental development as tools for the foundation of a more just, equitable and supportive world for all.


To promote the integral development of peoples, based on millenary cultural knowledge, on the conquest of their historical rights, on equality of opportunities and on the formation of talents to achieve long-term social change.

Geographical level National
Location LA
Country Honduras
Type of organisation Civil Society Organisation
Area of interest Education for work, Climate Change and Environment, Culture
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