Below is just a taster of what we’re working on right now. Keep checking back to see more updates!
We’re currently working with William Jackson Food Group in Malawi to provide pathways that enable the growing cooperative movement to become more economically and environmentally sustainable. The project is encouraging young people to engage with co‐operative enterprises as a viable livelihood option, as well as empowering women to put themselves forward for leadership positions in their co‐operative.
As a supporter of the European Commission funded Social and Solidarity Economy Project, (SUSY) we are working alongside 25 other organisations from 23 European and 9 Global South countries to promote co-operatives as tools to alleviate poverty.