WACC is an international ecumenical professional organisation that promotes communication rights for social change. It supports communication projects generally in the developing countries and will support only one project application each year from any organisation.
At the present time WACC is not accepting project funding requests.
Details of WACC’s four current priorities can be found in the guidelines. Please be advised that the guidelines may be changed for the next call for proposals.
The application process normally consists of two stages. Applicants are invited to submit a summary of the project (Concept Note) by a deadline to be announced. After these summaries have been studied, only selected applicants will be invited to submit a Full Proposal for further review.
Thank you for your interest.
MAIN PHOTO: Maasai girl holding a solar/wind radio while taking care of livestock. The solar radio sets were distributed to women listeners of the Community Radios supported by UNESCO through the Tanzania Election Support Project.
Photo: © UNESCO/Al-Amin Yusuph
INSET PHOTO: Chey Pen, 57, received a house and land in Boeung Pram, a village in Batambang province, as part of a 2011 Cambodian government social land concession to demobilized soldiers and other landless families.
Photo: Paul Jeffrey/ACT Alliance