Tuesday, 18 April 2017 12:26

Volunteers wanted!

FIMCAP is looking for volunteers. Do you want to help to make our worldwide network stronger? Then take a look at the opportunities that we offer!

Currently we are looking for a:


Coordinator for the World Camp

Click on the job title for a detailed description of the tasks.

FIMCAP is me, FIMCAP is you!

Thursday, 22 December 2016 23:12

Merry Christmas!

On behalf of the FIMCAP family, we wish you a Christmas filled with peace and love! May the birth of baby Jesus bring abundance of peace and joy in your families. 
Check out our Chrismas card and our Chrismas video! You can find them below this message (under read more)!
This year we have decided to send a digital message instead of a printed card. Not only is it more environmentally friendly, but it also saves money not to print and post cards. We have decided to donate this saved money to a project supporting refugee children. We hope this small gesture will help to bring smiles on the faces of many children this Holy Season.
Tuesday, 25 October 2016 10:37

Vacancy freelance project manager

FIMCAP is looking for an enthusiastic and flexible project manager for a European project. The project will run in different phases over the course of 12 months.

Do you like a challenge? Have you been involved in a research project before? Do you have experience in the analysis of statistical data? Are you interested to work with volunteers active in youth work?

If yes, check out the vacancy here, you might be the one who could help us!

Friday, 21 October 2016 09:57

Call for Kiro Haïti

Hurricane Matthew has hit Haïti very hard. When looking at the images on the news, our thoughts went to our friends of Kiro Haïti. We were happy to receive news from the chaplain of Kiro Haïti, father Justin. He informed us that as far as they know, there are no casualties among the Kiro members. However, the damage is severe. 

Kiro Haïti wants to make a call to all Fimcap members for help for the local Kiro groups. Each form of support is very welcome. 

Father Justin:
This hurricane has really caused a lot of damage, especially in the south, mainly in 3 departments (Jérémie, Les Cayes and Nippes). I made a first trip south of the country to check the situation there. Houses are destroyed, roads are cut making access to certain parts of the country not possible. There is no power because the electricity network was destroyed terribly. Food is short because 90% of gardens, fields and livestock were destroyed. People have lost their source of income. Diseases and epidemics come up, especially cholera. 

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