While travelling in Benin and Haiti, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau recently visited the projects that DID is carrying out with financial assistance from the Government of Canada in these countries.
Third year of partnership between DID and the Promotion of Youth Agro-Pastoral Entrepreneurship Program (AEP-Youth) in Cameroon (MINADER - MINEPIA / IFAD)February 21, 2018
In the coming year, through its participation in the AEP-Youth program, DID will support the creation of one thousand new agropastoral businesses launched by young people.
With support from the Government of Canada, DID and its Sri Lankan partner, SANASA, are working together to improve access by entrepreneurs, both women and men, to the financial and non-financial services they need to play an active role in the value chains they are involved in.
A native of Colombia, Ayda Luz Linares Aroca has been the financial institution’s new CEO since January 8.
The Tunisian American Enterprise Fund (TAEF) invests 12.3 million Tunisian dinars comprised of financing and capital, in addition to providing technical assistance.
A longstanding Desjardins partner, SANASA is the only financial institution in Sri Lanka to offer index-based crop insurance to rice and tea growers
On November 22, DID and the Cooperative Bank of Vietnam (Co-opBank) officially launched the implementation phase of the Strengthening the People's Credit Funds Network (STEP) project along with the People's Credit Funds (PCFs) of the North of Vietnam.
DID and the LE LEVIER federation of Haitian financial cooperatives are establishing an Entrepreneur Financial CentreNovember 22, 2017
On November 17, a ceremonial launch was held for the first Entrepreneur Financial Centre (EFC) to be set up in Haiti by DID and the LE LEVIER federation of Haitian financial cooperatives.
Gender equality, sustainable SME development and impact investment : DID shares its experience during the Social Finance Forum and SOCAP17November 21, 2017
Why is gender empowerment good for economic development? "Beyond the fact that women represent an active force and generate a significant impact on the development of their local communities and countries, do I have to remind that women represent 50% of the population? I don’t think any business should ignore half of its target market!"
The organization had the opportunity to share its vision and its experience in this matter at two recent international conferences.