sustainable and inclusive development in Lao PDR

About CCL

Comité de Coopération avec Laos (CCL) is a French Non-Governmental Organization based in Vientiane in Laos. Our main goal is to enhance the rural development and contribute to the poverty alleviation in Lao PDR. We have been implementing rural development programs in the Northern uplands since 1980 in order to improve the livelihoods of local communities, especially poor families and women from ethnic minorities in remote areas.

What We Do

Over the past 40 years, we have been providing support and strengthen the capacities of communities and local partners on sustainable agriculture, natural resource management, environment, sustainable livelihoods, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), health and nutrition in the provinces of Phongsaly, Oudomxay, Luang Namtha, Xiengkhouang, Sayyabouly, Vientiane and Khammouane.

Two women from Tapeusou village in Northern Laos

2200 farmer families supported on agroecological practices

Three men working on improving irrigation

68 water supply systems built, benefiting more than 18 000 people

Where We Work

CCL implements rural development programs and projects exclusively in Laos with a specific focus on the Northern uplands. CCL has developed a strong expertise on many sectors of rural development including natural resources management and agroecology and a in-deepth knowledge of the Northern uplands, their communities and their ethnic minorities.

Latest News

Le Lao Issara, histoire du mouvement d'indépendance nationale lao

Fondateurs
Barrage Nam Tha

Conférence: Intégration régionale, inter-connectivité et politique énergétique

Conférence: le point sur l'économie laotienne en 2014

Cimenterie

Regards sur la transformation du Laos

WORLD FOOD DAY 2021

Migrations et vulnérabilités infectieuses

Latest News

Le Lao Issara, histoire du mouvement d'indépendance nationale lao

Fondateurs
Barrage Nam Tha

Conférence: Intégration régionale, inter-connectivité et politique énergétique

Conférence: le point sur l'économie laotienne en 2014

Cimenterie

Regards sur la transformation du Laos

WORLD FOOD DAY 2021

Migrations et vulnérabilités infectieuses