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- Salt Lake City Prayasam and Slum Dwellers International Kenya (SDI Kenya)
- India and Kenya
The exchange takes place between Norwegian and foreign organisations or businesses.
Finding a partner for exchange in the foreign country will be your job.
We also support exchanges where both partner organisations are foreign.
Those who are exchanged are in most cases between 18 and 35 years of age.
You can recruit participants for exchange among existing staff or members, or outside your own organisation. The preparatory course is mandatory for all people going on exchange.
During the exchange your FK participants travel abroad to work with your partner organisation, while the foreign participants come to work in your organisation in Norway.
FK Norway pays a moderate salary for participants. We also cover expenses for travel, stay, insurance and language course.
A dedicated member of your staff fills the role as our contact person and is in charge of participant follow-up and administrational tasks. The contact person also attends FK Norway courses and meetings.
We offer a small administration grant to all our partners. You should keep in mind that your organisation additionally needs to allocate personell resouces to project administration.
FK- Norway offers trainings for our partners and their participants. The purpose of the FK- trainings is to make sure that all parties are prepared in the best way possible for creating fruitful exchange programs and successful partnerships.
The partners are given relevant tools for project management and knowledge on how to follow up participants, and we make sure that the participants are properly prepared and de- briefed before and after the exchange. It is important for all FK- Trainings that all participants are given an opportunity to learn from each other, share experiences and build networks across borders.
Exchanges create development and growth. It broadens the perspectives and changes the attitudes of people and make businesses, institutions and organsiations more capable in achiving their goals. The exchanges are also a modern tool aiming to create mutual learning between Norway and various developing countries.