We have been working in the field of International Co-operative Development for the past 15 years, both in research and practice. Based on this, we have developed a strong sense of the unique place co-operatives have in improving people's lives through creating sustainable, fair and equitable communities.
Working with the poorest communities in Zambia, we've partnered with Christian Aid to support 4,000 farmers improve their lives and run profitable co-operatives.Read more
We work with co-operatives in northern Sri Lanka, supporting those most affected by both the Civil War which ended in 2009, and the 2004 tsunami.Read more
Our work in Malawi continues to transform the lives of smallholder farmers and young people.Read more
With the help of Unicorn Co-operative we have enabled 300 members of grassroots tea, coffee and macadamia co-operatives to make a decent income.Read more
We work with William Jackson Food Group to support more than 1,000 villagers in a farming community of central Malawi to become self-sufficient.Read more
In partnership with Tearfund and the Scottish Government, this project will train 30,000 people (75% women) to increase household food security.Read more