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 International Relations

The Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions (ACCU)

(Cập nhật ngày: 25/02/2008 - 06:33:43 AM )
The Association of Asian Confederation of Credit Unions (ACCU) is a regional member based organization of credit unions and cooperatives in Asia. As we usher in the third millennium and era of cultural and economic globalization, we envisage ACCU playing a vital role in regional credit union development. Our thrust is to make credit unions more relevant community-based financial institutions.

Since its birth on 28 April  1971 to date, we serve more than 16,000 credit unions with 20.5 million individual members in 26 countries in the region along with 17 affiliates promoting credit unionism in Asia.

Membership to ACCU is open to national credit union leagues/federations or other national cooperative financial or similar organizations that follow international credit union operating principles and with membership of at least 20,000 individuals or one percent of the population of the country where the organization operates.

ACCU is affiliated with the following international organizations of credit unions/cooperatives:

 * World Council of  Credit Unions (WOCCU)
 * International Raiffeisen Union (IRU)
 * International Cooperative Alliance (ICA)
 * United Nations Bodies (eg. FAO, ILO, UNDP and others)


Our Vision


Sustainable Credit Unions in Asia

Our Mission

ACCU works in partnership with its members to strengthen and promote credit unions as effective instruments of socio-economic development of the people.

Our Products and Services

ACCU's repertoire of Product and Services were developed to meet the needs of our members in the following areas:  

Member Services  

 * Organization of strategic planning, financial management, and policy and product development;

 * Coordinating leadership  exchange programs on credit union development issues among leaders in Asia;

 * Project identification, design and evaluation;

 * Organizing the Asian CU Open Forum, CEOs Workshops and networking of specialized committees on gender, youth and human resources;

 * Conducting training on micro-finance and micro-enterprise development to create a conducive environment for the entrepreneurial poor;

 * Representation at the global credit union/cooperative forums;

 * Strengthening interaction with governments and advocacy on policy and legislation that will protect and serve the best interests of the credit union/cooperative movement;

 * Fund-raising for the Asia Fund for Credit Union Development (AFCUD). The fund also welcomes monetary and technical resources to support the development of any specific program area;

 * Collecting and publishing information of interest to credit unions/cooperatives;

 * Conducting feasibility studies and research;

 * Developing and facilitating human resource development activities;

 * Networking with parallel cultures.

Marketing and Research        

 * Enhancing women's democratic participation through policy advocacy and targeted training;

 * Facilitating youth participation in credit unions by means of awareness programs and specifically designed products and services;

 * Promoting the credit union model in the "transition economies" in the region.

Business Development       

 * Consulting services for development partners;
 * Brokering for international lending;
 * Promoting ICT, software and hardware;
 * Project evaluation;
 * Technical assistance in systems development


Development Partners

ACCU covers its core organizational costs while our development partners contribute 50 percent of the programme and development costs. Assisting the ACCU members are our development partners which include:

 * Agriterra,  The Netherlands
 * CORDAID -The Netherlands
 * Canadian Cooperative Association (CCA)
 * Rabobank Foundation  The Netherlands

Organizational Structure

The General Meeting is the highest policy-making forum of the organization. It is convened by ACCU annually, with delegates representing each member credit union league or federation. The General Meeting elects five delegates to serve as the Board of Directors. Within the elected Board, they choose the President, two Vice Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer. The Board meets twice a year. A team of professional staff provides technical services and support to members. Specialised groups, such as the CEOs Advisory Committee, Task Force on Gender and Development, Future Leaders Task Force, and the Human Resource Development Committee meet in conjunction with the General Meeting to give advice on ACCU overall policy and programs and to review impacts of ACCU activities.

Regular Members 

 * Cooperative Credit Union League of Bangladesh
 * Credit Union League of Hong Kong
 * Credit Union Coordination of Indonesia
 * Japan Credit Union
 * National Credit Union Federation of Korea
 * The Workers Cooperative Credit Society- Malaysia
 * Nepal Federation of Savings and Credit Cooperative Union
 * Federation of Savings & Loans Societies Ltd - Papua New Guinea
 * National Confederation of Cooperatives - Phils
 * Philippines Federation of Credit Cooperatives
 * Federation of Thrift & Credit Cooperative Societies-Sri Lanka
 * Credit Union League of the Republic of China
 * Credit Union League of Thailand, Ltd
 * Federation of Savings & Credit Cooperatives of  Thailand Ltd
 * Central People's Credit Fund - Vietnam

Affiliate Members
 * The Cambodian Community Savings Federation
 * Development Promotion Group
 * Mo-al-Movahedin Credit CooperativeResearch Institute of Labour Banks
 * Vacoas Popular Multi-Purpose Co-operative Society Ltd.
 * Mongolian Confederation of Credit Unions
 * USC Nepal
 * Catholic Social Services - Pakistan
 * Interregional Association of Credit Unions of the Far East and Zabaikalye, Russia
 * Singapore National Cooperatives Federation Ltd
 * Maharastra State Coop Credit Societies Federation Ltd. Mumbai
 * Central Credit Cooperative Union of Iran
 * Samen Al Aemeh Credit Cooperative Iran
 * Mauritius Co-operative Savings & Credit League
 * CUNA Mutual Group- USA
 * Credit Union Foundation Australia
 * International Raiffeisen Union
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