Spotlight on SOCODEVI’s activities in Senegal
9 January 2023
The teams in Senegal were very busy this past November, with three field visits from Global Affairs Canada, parliamentarians and the Canadian ambassador to Senegal!
More rice available for the local market
11 November 2022
Women members of the Bolgatanga, Bawku and Navrongo Cooperative (BBN Cooperative) are looking for new markets within Ghana to sell their high quality parboilled rice.
A new project for women and cocoa communities
31 August 2022
SOCODEVI is bolstering its presence in Côte d'Ivoire with a new project: the women and cocoa communities initiative (IFCC).
Dou Touloma : Women, pillars of the family
13 July 2022
The International Agriculture Alliance is pleased to announce its new project in Mali: Dou Touloma! The official launching ceremony took place on May 19, 2022 in the region of Dioila.
Tara Terrific! A new sector in Bolivia
17 December 2021
Ukraine : Favorit farm sucess
14 October 2021
Milk-producing families and dairy cooperatives supported by SOCODEVI, with the assistance of Sollio Groupe cooperative and Agropur, are growing fast. Favorit Farm, a medium-sized family farm in the town of Striy in the Lviv Oblast, is no exception! In recent years, its herd has grown from 85 to 229 animals, with an additional 150 young heifers being raised this year.
Active co-ops, more resilient members
La présence de coopératives actives au sein des communautés est une alliée de qualité pour leur permettre de traverser cette crise, mais aussi pour bâtir une économie solidaire, pérenne et inclusive. Une étude menée par SOCODEVI au Ghana, au Sénégal, au Mali et en Côte d'Ivoire le prouve!
A family supported by SOCODEVI boasts the best cocoa in Colombia
14 September 2021
Le grand gagnant du concours national colombien Cacao de Oro est un producteur que SOCODEVI appuie dans le cadre de ses activités en Colombie.
The Story of a Co-op that Satisfies its Members
29 June 2021
This data supports the argument that the cooperative approach reduces rural poverty by creating a social net and enabling families to earn better incomes as a result of improved productivity.
Colombia: Sowing hope, growing peace
“I want to make our plantation a profitable and model family business, in order to show the benefits of working legally to the community and to motivate young people. I think there’s something truly magical about cocoa. That’s why I say cocoa is peace, it is life.”