FUND ADMINISTRATION SERVICES

OCSSCO has long experiences of fund administration working in joint venture with many development organizations both governmental & non-governmental organizations. OCSSCO has been entering into different partnership agreements with many development organizations with those have been supporting its objectives and their ultimate goal is poverty reduction.

Mainly, the objective of the partnership as stipulated in all respective program documents is to improve the socio-economic situation of the communities living in the program area by creating employment opportunities and improve an income of target beneficiaries.

 

Some of active joint programs OCSSCO is playing fund administration roles are; 

S/N

Program

Object

 
 

1

WEDP(Women Entrepreneurs Development Program)

To increase the earnings and employment of Micro &
 Small Enterprise (MSEs) in targeted cities, owned or partially  owned by women entrepreneur

 

2

BIOGAS

Scaling up the biogas dissemination in Oromia regional
state Oromia program operational woredas to improve the quality of life of the rural community by providing clean and renewable energy

 

3

SOLAR

Scaling up the solar  dissemination in Oromia regional
state Oromia program operational woredas to improve the quality of life of the rural community by providing solar  energy

 

4

LIFT(Land investment for Transformation)

Extremely they are doing on capacity building by providing local and international trainer

 

5

GLIMMER OF HOPE

To funds used to reduce  rural vulnerability & enhancing production and productivity by providing Credit for working capital
 

 

6

Rift Valley Children and Women Development Organization

To provide loans and new financial products to the youth Micro
enterprises, creating access to finance for the youth business start ups and micro enterprises.

 

7

GLOBAL FUND

Provision of revolve fund for beneficiaries comprising of affected families and vulnerable groups and youth who are living in Oromia regional state

 

8

HABP(security food)

Support on  generating  income activity rather than  stick to aids programs and increasing dependency syndrome

 

9

WASTE NETHERLANDS

Establishing a sustainable and value chain sanitation
service provision for the low income inhabitants.

 

10

WHOLE PLANET

To overcome the shortage of loan fund in order to be able access
 sustainable financial services and enhance production and productivity of the rural communities with particular to the low income people and creating of self employment

 

11

AMIP(Agricultural Marketing Improvement Program)

To improve agricultural market value chain and  value add on
agro-process activity

 

12

RUFIP-I

To support MFIs in availing loan able funds which can be used for financing rural households

 

13

RUFIP-II

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14

Care Ethiopia

To provide loanable funds as a contribution towards the testing of
sustainable delivery of financial service and products for the safety net beneficiaries.

 

15

ODA(Oromia Development Associations)

To supporting  low income family on Education and livelihood

 

16

COWASH

On cash transfer from head office to branch different activity was done with this program to invoice commission from transfer.

 

17

SASAKAWA GLOBAL

To provide loan services to farmer groups organized at farmers training centers to strengthening the country’s agriculture extension service delivery at farmer training centers.

 

18

ILO(international Lab our Organization)

to support returns to establish sustainable livelihoods by improving
their access to finance particularly loan through the provision of fund  lending from OCSSCO