The Argentine Network for International Cooperation (RACI, for its Spanish acronym) is a network consisting of more than 130 civil society organizations (CSOs) from Argentina that works constantly to connect local civil society organizations with agents, both local and international, that carry out social investment for development in the country.

RACI's goal is to create a space for dialogue and exchange where the actors willing to invest finance and social capital in the country can meet the organizations directly, according to their different specializations, and then together contribute, in an articulated and sustainable way, to the social transformation of Argentina.
Throughout its ten years of experience, RACI has established strong ties with institutions in the public and private sector, the Academia and philanthropic foundations and, above all, with the agents of International Cooperation, with whom the Network has build the greater work experience.

RACI considers that being a Network integrated by a heterogeneity of organizations is the best response to tackle, with a comprehensive approach, with the country's problematics. For this reason, the Network seeks to democratize the access to the sources of resources; to produce and disseminate information in relation to the available sources of aid from the various actors that invest socially, and to develop and optimize the CSOs capacities and resources in the search of strengthening the sector.

Networking is key to enhance the impact of the actions taken in the country.


Contribute to the social transformation of Argentina through the creation of a space for exchange and interinstitutional dialogue, which brings together all actors and agents related to the process of International Cooperation.


A society in which the International Cooperation is able to improve the response to the real needs of Argentina.


  • Strengthen the access to International Cooperation through interinstitutional articulation to contribute to the social transformation of Argentina.
  • Stimulate the creation of links and the circulation of information between the International Cooperation and the Civil Society.
  • Raise awareness among the actors to influence the policies of International Cooperation.
  • Develop and optimize the capacities and resources of CSOs through their strengthening and the interinstitutional coordination, in order to capitalize the opportunities for international cooperation.