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The Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres (FCAM) was created in 2003, with the aim of supporting grassroots organizations made up of and led by women. These organisations work for the rights of women in relation to their physical and emotional integrity, social, economic and (environmental) justice, and participation as leaders in decisions that affect their lives and their communities. FCAM prioritizes working with women who are indigenous, rural, afro-descendant, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, sex workers, maquila (factory) workers, domestic workers, migrants, HIV-positive, and especially, young women who are a crosscutting priority in all of our programs

FCAM mobilizes resources to offer grants to groups who do not yet have the resources to attain grants themselves. In addition to financing, they also provide capacity-building, technical training and other support programs to further assist primarily grassroots groups in their growth processes. FCAM is the lead member for GAGGA.

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    Le Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres (FCAM) a été établi en 2003, dans le but de soutenir des organisations de base composées et dirigées par des femmes. Ces organisations sont actives dans le domaine des droits des femmes en ce qui concerne leur intégrité physique et émotionnelle, la justice sociale, économique (et environnementale), et leur participation aux processus de prise des décisions ayant des effets sur leurs vies et leurs communautés. Parmi les priorités de travail du FCAM figurent les femmes autochtones, rurales, afro-descendantes, lesbiennes, bisexuelles, trans, prostituées, ouvrières des maquilas(usines), domestiques, migrantes, séropositives, et tout spécialement les jeunes femmes qui constituent une priorité transversale dans le cadre de tous nos programmes.

    Le FCAM mobilise des ressources visant à proposer des subventions à des groupes qui ne sont pas en mesure d’accéder à ces subventions par eux-mêmes. Outre le financement, le FCAM se charge de programmes de renforcement des capacités, de formation technique et autres, afin d’aider davantage les groupes de base tout au long de leur processus de croissance. Le FCAM assume la direction de la GAGGA.

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      El Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres (FCAM) fue creado en el 2003 con el propósito de apoyar las organizaciones de base lideradas por mujeres. Las organizaciones trabajan por los derechos de las mujeres relevantes a su integridad física y emocional, la justicia social, económica y ambiental, y su participación como líderes dentro de los procesos de toma de decisión que impactan sus vidas y comunidades. El FCAM prioriza el trabajo con mujeres indígenas, campesinas, afrodescendientes, lesbianas, bisexuales, y transgénero, trabajadoras sexuales, trabajadoras domésticas y de maquilas, inmigrantes, VIH positivo, y en particular, mujeres jóvenes que cruzan los ejes de prioridad de nuestros programas.

      EL FCAM moviliza recursos para ofertar subvenciones a grupos que aún no cuentan con los recursos para gestionar financiamientos por sí mismos. El Fondo también brinda apoyo para el fortalecimiento de capacidades, entrenamiento técnico y otros programas de apoyo que faciliten principalmente el desarrollo de los grupos de base. FCAM es la organización miembro que lidera la alianza.

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