SOCODEVI will be supporting the sustainable development of the cocoa sector network by reducing the vulnerability of 3, 000 Côte d’Ivoire cocoa producers to climate change as part of a new mandate granted by the Government of Quebec.
SOCODEVI and the Centre for International Cooperation in Health and Development (CCISD) have joined forces to improve the living conditions for Bolivian families, particularly women and girls, as part of PROMAVI, a new initiative supported by the Government of Canada.
More than 200 producers operating very small dairy farms can now rely on facilities and equipment to process their production. A new dairy processing plant has been established in Peru with support from SOCODEVI and financial assistance from the Canadian government.
Leaders of the Quebec Cooperative and Mutual Network responded to the SOCODEVI Foundation’s invitation to participate in the 12th edition of the organization’s annual benefit golf tournament, held August 28th in Drummondville. $57,000 CAD was raised to benefit the families who are members of cooperatives in developing countries.