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  • Committed to inclusive, participatory and sustainable change

  • Dedicated to providing services based on evidence and best practice

  • Our past has prepared us, and the future inspires us

FCG Sweden – committed to inclusive, participatory and sustainable change

FCG Sweden is the trading name of FCG Swedish Development AB, which forms part of the Finnish Consulting Group’s global network, with subsidiaries in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Pacific. We are a consultancy company specialising in international development cooperation, with a focus on public sector reform, natural resource management, civil society strengthening, market development and evaluation.

Our mission is to provide evidence-based expertise through lasting partnerships for inclusive, participatory and sustainable change.

Drawing from our 40 years’ experience in international development consulting and the knowledge of our extensive network of experts and partner organisations, we strive to ensure that all our services are based on evidence and best-practice. We believe in inclusiveness in the broadest sense of the word, and strive to ensure that the voices of those most marginalised in society are heard.  Steadfast in the belief that all stakeholders should be included in decision-making, a participatory approach to development underpins all of our projects. These two notions form are the backbone of sustainable change, and are key to enabling resilience in meeting environmental, social and economic challenges.

As one of the leading European development partners, our vision is to inspire policy and practice towards future sustainable societies.


FCG Sweden got awarded an EU-funded project fostering intercultural dialogue between Turkey and the EU


FCG Sweden is now implementing a two-year technical assistance project aiming at developing the capacity of the Yunus Emre Institute (YEI) in enhancing intercultural dialogue (ICD) between civil societies in Turkey and Europe.YEI was created in 2009 with the aim of promoting Turkish culture outside of Turkey and runs more than 55 Turkish cultural centres in various countries around the world, including the EU.The overall objective of the project is to form an effective network among cultural...

FCG Sweden continues to deliver expertise in capacity building and education programs to Sida through new framework contract


FCG Sweden can gladly announce the signing of a new Sida framework contract for the provision of services to capacity building and education programs.Every year Sida arrange a number of different training courses, most of them held at the Sida Partnership Forum in Härnösand. FCG Sweden’s consultants are experienced in an array of practical subjects of international development aid and we have delivered this type of expertise to Sida for the same purpose since 2015 under a...

FCG Sweden embarking on a three year evaluation for Sida in Guatemala


We are excited to announce that FCG Sweden is now embarking on a very interesting three year evaluation for Sida in Guatemala. It is an evaluation of the integration of a conflict perspective in the implementation of the Strategy for Sweden’s development cooperation with Guatemala 2016-2020.Sida implements multiple cross-cutting issues in all their programming, one of which being a conflict perspective. The perspective aims to identify hidden potentials to contribute to conflict prevention,...

FCG Sweden conducts Annual Reviews of TradeMark East Africa


FCG Sweden in association with FCG Kenya and LTS International has been commissioned by TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) and DFID to carry out a total of six Annual Reviews between 2018 to 2023.TMEA is an East African not-for profit Company Limited by Guarantee established in 2010 to support the growth of trade - both regional and international - in East Africa. TMEA currently has eight funding sources namely the governments of: Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands, Norway, the UK...