International Development Week 2022

Every year since 1988, we celebrate this week as our contribution to building a sustainable and inclusive world. Feb 6-12 gives us an opportunity to celebrate Canadian contributions to eradicating poverty and building a more peaceful, inclusive, more prosperous world.  

Despite the progress made, the impact of COVID-19 has pushed the progress in building inclusive, sustainable, and resilient communities. Cooperatives are a proven model for development built by their members to meet economic and social needs. Canada’s experience in addressing economic and social issues through coops brings an advantage to international development. CDF Canada has been working for 75 years in building sustainable coop communities across the globe.

We all have a role to play in building a better, sustainable, and resilient world.

So let’s #GoForTheGoals, #IDW2022.    

Celebrate the International Development Week with CDF Canada! 

Learn about our work

Founded in 1947, The Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada (CDF Canada) is a global social impact partner that allies with local communities build their capacity to achieve sustainable economic and social development through cooperative models. Read about the impact stories

Share your skills and knowledge with others, round out your resume with new and marketable skills, learn a language, gain a global perspective, or find personal and professional inspiration. Volunteer today! 

Every dollar you donate helps CDF Canada strengthen resilience, rebuild livelihoods and provide food security options, to name a few examples, particularly in these unprecedented global pandemic times. Learn more about the options as to how you can make a difference. 

Finally, join us on social media channels to know more about our projects, impact on the field, and opportunities. Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

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