The SANASA Entrepreneur Financial Expertise Center (SEFEC) set up in 2017 by DID and the SANASA cooperative network has recently launched a program to develop the tourism value chain in Sri Lanka with its business members.
Learn more about the reality of our colleagues in Dakar through the testimony of Malick Seye, coordinator of the DID-Senegal office.
Since 2014, DID has been helping Desjardins caisses offer three solidarity-based finance initiatives: Créavenir, Desjardins Microcredit to Businesses and Desjardins Mutual Assistance Funds. Offered in Quebec and Ontario, these initiatives combine customized financing and coaching to financially include entrepreneurs, self-employed workers and individuals in financial difficulty.
DID is committed to taking all necessary measures to ensure the continuation of the projects it carries out in support of the financial inclusion of disadvantaged populations.
Faced with the rapid spread of the coronavirus, and to ensure the protection of its employees, partners and the entire community, DID has decided to suspend all business travel abroad until June 30, regardless of the country involved.
Our colleague, Suzie Mondésir, Director of the National Support Program for Organizing Haitian Entrepreneurship (PANSEH), shares her thoughts on gender equality in Haiti, the many challenges women business owners face and the impact that financial inclusion can have on those women.
The program will aim to strengthen the governance of the national agricultural financing support systems, develop the line of financial products available to rural entrepreneurs, support the development of export sectors, relaunch the restructuring of agricultural insurance, and improve national coordination among all players.
In Sri Lanka, DID is leading a project to establish an Entrepreneur Financial Expertise Center (SEFEC) to help women organize themselves and become better informed.
Narcisse Soglohoun, agricultural financing advisor since 2017 for the Agriculture and rural financing in Mali(FARM) project, shares his thoughts about his experience with DID.
Climate Adaptation and Economic Development of Agricultural Sectors in Haiti is a five-year project aimed at sustainably boosting the added value of two key value chains—cocoa and yams—and of related high-value crops.