picture by Ari Vitikainen
ICC models a unique approach to development, combining the experiences and resources of the following six international agencies to create one locally-based organisation:
Danmission is a Danish evangelical missionary and development organization, created in 2000 through the merging of Danish Santalmission and The Danish Missionary Society. DanMission is involved in development projects, relief work and church building in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission (FELM) is a Lutheran mission organisation based in Helsinki, Finland. FELM has about 240 missionaries working in more than twenty countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and Latin America. FELM works primarily with Lutheran churches and other international Christian organisations like Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) and SIL International.
InterAct is a church and mission movement based in Sweden with a vision to see "growing churches bring the whole gospel to the whole man all over the world". Some 150 missionaries are engaged in InterAct's international ministry, in co-operation with 60 international partners. InterAct describes its identity as Baptist, evangelical, charismatic and mission-oriented.
Normisjon is a voluntary and independent mission agency within the Lutheran Church of Norway, with its focus on fellowship and mission. Normisjon wants to reach the unreached and make disciples by carrying out extensive activities in 10 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
SAO Cambodia is a UK-based, evangelical, inter-denominational mission and development agency, founded in 1973 by Major Taing Chhirc of the Cambodian Evangelical Church. Our objective is to promote the Christian faith and relieve poverty and distress amongst the people of Cambodia.
SIL International SIL International is a faith-based nonprofit organization committed to serving language communities worldwide as they build capacity for sustainable language development. SIL does this primarily through research, translation, training and materials development.