Finance Center for South-South Cooperation

Overview

Sector

Development Cooperation, Financial Services, Research, Science, Technology & Innovation

Country

China

SDG

17 - Partnerships for the Goals

Organization Type

NGO

URL

www.fc-ssc.org/en

Description

About:


The Finance Center is a non-profit organization that promotes cooperation among governments in developing countries, private enterprises and multilateral organizations. It has headquarters in Hong Kong SAR, China, and provides comprehensive solution plans for South-South cooperation projects. It uses financial services, policy advice, training, and production-capacity cooperation, as means to assist countries of the Global South to propel industrialization and achieve sustainable development. The Finance Center has been in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council since 2017.


We are a comprehensive international hub for governments, international organizations and the private sector to promote and help achieve sustainable development in countries from the Global South. Our mission is to promote cooperation and partnerships among developing countries in economy, society, ecology, culture, and technology. Our efforts are focused on developing green industrial parks, serve as a think tank, enhance capacity building, incubate social initiatives and provide financial services.


What we do:


1- Provide development policy consultation to developing countries:


The FCSSC invites experts from successfully developed countries and international organizations to provide specific and pertinent advice on development strategies to developing countries, considering their various underlying conditions. The focus of these measures is to help countries formulate industrialization strategies and policies, to recognize and analyze competitive industries, and to identify gaps in development.


2- Helping to launch industrial parks in developing nations:


The FCSSC offers a landing platform for international production capacity cooperation. For instance, the FCSSC not only helps developing countries design the launch of industrial parks but also organizes professional teams to analyze industries so as to identify the competitive advantage of a certain developing country.


3- Helping to draw international investment:


The FCSSC also helps developing countries to be connected with China and other emerging economies, so as to introduce industrial projects especially labor-intensive enterprises, increase employment opportunities and promote industrialization through specific investment projects.

Similar Organizations

Name Sector Country

Alliance of NGOs and CSOs for South-South Cooperation (ANCSSC)

Research United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland View Details

University of the South Pacific (USP) Innovation Hub

Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Child Development, Commerce, Counter-Terrorism & Prevention of Violent Extremism, Development Cooperation, Disaster Risk Reduction, Education, Financial Services, Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women, Health, Humanitarian Emergencies, Industrial Development, Infrastructure, Intellectual Property and Patent, Labour, Law, Media, Migration, Natural Resources Management, Peace and Development, Postal and Telecommunication Services, Private Sector Development, Procurement, Renewable Energy, Research, Science, Technology & Innovation, SIDS Accelerated Modalities of Action Pathway/ SAMOA Pathway., Sustainability and Environment, Trade, Transport and Aviation, Volunteerism, Water, Youth Fiji View Details

China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation

Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Disaster Risk Reduction, Education, Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women, Health, Industrial Development, Infrastructure, Renewable Energy China View Details

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Human Mobility of Ecuador

Development Cooperation Ecuador View Details

United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) China

Child Development China View Details

Units

sustainable development