Starting in 2019, SOCODEVI and the Confédération québécoise des coopératives d’habitation (CQCH) will work together in Senegal to help improve access to decent cooperative housing for families.
A key partner country in the SOCODEVI story, Guatemala is the most populated nation in Central America but also the one with the highest rates of poverty, especially in rural areas.
The eight years of work done on improving credit to farmers in Haiti have paid off.
Taking into account environmental and climate change issues is an integral part of SOCODEVI’s approach.
SOCODEVI increases its presence in Africa with the launch of the Development Program for Inclusive and Sustainable Model Cooperatives (PROCED). To be deployed in Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana and Senegal, the initiative will enable SOCODEVI to improve the living conditions of 8,000 families.
The Ministry of Planning and Investment for Vietnam has requested SOCODEVI’s technical collaboration to support the development of a strategic plan for the development of the cooperative movement in Vietnam, taking into account the experience of the Quebec cooperative movement.
Starting this year, SOCODEVI will contribute to reducing poverty amongst farming families in the highland regions of Madagascar.
It is with great pride that SOCODEVI has unveiled its new Environmental Policy. Our objective: to have a shared vision of our responsibilities and our role in protecting the environment and fighting climate change.
Several technical and organizational support missions were carried out by SOCODEVI member institutions during 2018.