Nadya Navarro is a successful entrepreneur who has dedicated the past fifteen years of her life to the wellbeing of the children in Panama.
As part of International Development Week, meet Sylvain Dufour, an agricultural credit advisor at Développement international Desjardins who will describe his career path, his assignment overseas and an international career as a life choice.
With financial support from the Government of Canada, DID will improve access to financial services for rural communities in Vietnam by participating in capacity building for the Cooperative Bank of Vietnam (CBV) and its network of financial cooperatives.
Drawing on its extensive experience with financing for small businesses, in this latest position paper DID presents its main convictions and the lessons it has learned regarding financial services for entrepreneurs.
In Paraguay, in collaboration with the Canadian firm Econoler and with financial support from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), DID will help households convert from charcoal to cleaner sources of energy.
DID will combine its efforts with those of the Micronutrient Initiative, World Vision Senegal and the Cellule de Lutte contre la Malnutrition in order to put inclusive finance at the service of food security for 165,000 women and young children in the Kedougou and Kolda regions of Senegal. The activities carried out by DID under this project will be coordinated by the DID regional office in Dakar.
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At the end of her three-day visit to Vietnam, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, today announced Canada’s support for a project to be carried out by Développement international Desjardins (DID) that will help farmers throughout Vietnam, especially in rural areas, expand their businesses and improve the lives of their families by increasing access to agricultural financing.
With financial backing from IFAD, DID will provide support to microfinance institutions in Cameroon for the development of financial services targeting young rural entrepreneurs.
Four months after granting its first loan, the EFC set up and operated by DID in Tunisia has just passed the one million dinar mark (CAN $650,000) in loans.