Who we are?

Cromo - as indicated by its name - works with a wide, polychromatic spectrum of staff. Trainers have various qualifications - from social sciences through management to natural sciences - and have various types of professional experiences, thus competent colleagues work in training and other programs with our partners and training participants.

Mission and Values

Cromo Foundation was established in 2002 in order to contribute to the local and regional cooperation of non-governmental, business and governmental actors and thus to strengthen a participatory, active and democratic society in Hungary and Europe.

Core values of our organization are credibility, accountability, professionalism and innovation.

We believe in active citizenship and local democracy as well as empower youth to mobilize their energy for countries they live.


We wish to see local organizations well managed and effective; local citizens active and committed to participation; local communities vibrant and sustainable; society inclusive and tolerant.

Development Areas

Developing Organizations

(OD) is a field of research, theory, and practice dedicated to expanding the knowledge and effectiveness of people to accomplish more successful organizational performance. Cromo Trainers provide full range of tools and methods to assist organizations in this journey,

Developing People

There is a growing demand for more qualified employees who are willing to move up within the organization.

The purpose of competency development is usually two-fold:

  • To align employees with the strategic goals of the organization
  • To foster employee engagement and to increase employee retention

Cromo Trainers provide complex services and programs in the field of Leadership Management, Soft Skills Development.

Developing Communities

Local Democracy/Active Citizenship

With every possible means we must help to open up opportunites for more and more people to become a conscious citizen responsible for his/her decisions, environment and community instead of remaining a consumer, selfishly looking at individual goals and interests only.

Our very important aim is not just use but spread and multiplicate our methods and experiences. Therefore we led several international training programs in Romania, Ukraine, Italy, Estonia, and Poland. We also regulary organise and lead training programs for the leaders and volunteers for hungarian non-governmental organisations.

Social enterpreneurship

Community Initiatives are launched by committed, cooperative, enduring and ready to fight people and communities. Our program, Com'In!, aims to open the door to such initiatives.

Community initiatives mean grassroots ideas deriving from small, local communities. It is crucial to support these initiatives, since they often provide a cost of living, economic and social development, sustainability and the feeling of togetherness for members of the certain group. Launching and operating such pilots serve a lot more than just realizing a good idea.

At Cromo Foundation we put big emphasis on supporting such ideas by offering our professional expertise. As a member of the Hungarian NGO sector and by supporting other NGOs with organizational development services, we gained first-hand experience in obstacles and difficulties that newly initiated projects face. The organization developers and trainers of Cromo Foundation have years of experience both in the non-profit and the for profit sector, which assure that we offer professional client-shaped services.

Our aim is to build a network to help connect initiators sharing similar ideas and visions.

Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. They tackle the root causes of poverty and unite us together to make a positive change for both people and planet.

We initiate and join programs, projects which contribute to fulfill these goals.

Integration of underpriviliged groups

Inclusive society means that all peoole can become all that they can be; an inclusive society seeks to eliminate poverty; income inequality has the potential to erode inclusion; public policy must address many dimensions of inequalit.

We initiate and join programs, projects which contribute to fulfill these goals.

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