EUCORD is a cooperative structure, working with institutional and associate members to bring market-led solutions to the rural poor.

Institutional Members

 

ICCO Cooperation

ICCO Cooperation is a global non-governmental organization that works towards a world in which people can live in dignity and well-being, a world without poverty and injustice. ICCO Cooperation believes that a world without poverty is possible if we work to secure sustainable livelihood as well as justice and dignity for all. In order to realize such goals, ICCO Cooperation focuses on economic empowerment, food security and responsible business and emergency aid. EUCORD and ICCO Cooperation have been working together successfully, in partnership with Heineken. And according to Marinus Verweij, chair of ICCO Cooperation: ‘The combination of both organizations can allow for increased capacity within the value chain that both individual organizations cannot accomplish separately’.
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Winrock International

Winrock International is a recognized leader in the U.S. and international development with a focus on social, agricultural and environmental issues. Inspired by its namesake Winthrop Rockefeller, Winrock combines scientific and technical expertise with entrepreneurial innovation to deliver market-based solutions that improve lives around the world. Winrock’s mission is to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity and sustain natural resources across the globe.
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Associate Members

 

BATIDE (DRC)

The Office of Support and Technical Assistance to Development Initiatives (Bureau d’Appui et d’Assistance Technique aux Initiatives de Développement, BATIDE) is a non-governmental organization for the supervision and technical support of development initiatives. It was established on July 2, 2002, with a vision of developing the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) by building the capacity of the agricultural sector (rural and smallholder farmers).
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HUNDEE (Ethiopia)

HUNDEE (Oromo Grassroots Development Initiative) is a local non-governmental organization established in 1995 based on the philosophy that poor rural communities should be responsible for their own development and HUNDEE acts as a facilitator in this process. HUNDEE’S mission is to empower small farmers, women, older persons, youth and other marginalized groups in order to reduce vulnerability of target groups to transitory food shortage, to enable them to rehabilitate their degraded land, and to eradicate all forms of violence and discrimination against them.

KILABO (Mali)

Kilabo is a Malian non-governmental organization founded in 1984. In Bambara, Kilabo refers to mutual aid, meaning selfless help or community solidarity. Based in Bamako, Kilabo works on the development of rural and peri-urban communities throughout Mali. It aims at the emergence of a strong civil society through the implementation of participative actions of development. Kilabo is a reference organization for participatory development in Mali.
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WEWE (Nigeria)

Widows and Orphans Empowerment Organization (WEWE) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization founded in 2014 by Josephine Ogazi and Joseph Egwuonwu. WEWE started out as a community-based organization with the aim of providing scholarships and economic empowerment to orphans and widows in Okigwe, Imo State`. Today, WEWE has expanded its aims and objectives and is now working towards building the capacity of widows, vulnerable women, and their orphans to stand together for their rights to actively contribute to civil society, governance and leadership in Nigeria and Africa.
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RWARRI (Rwanda)

Rwanda Rural Rehabilitation Initiative (RWARRI) is a non-profit making and non-governmental organization dedicated to the promotion and improvement of the social-economic welfare of rural communities in Rwanda, by acting as a flexible catalyst that provokes their hidden potential. RWARRI came into being in 1994 but started its activities in Rwanda in 1995. RWARRI's mission is to be one of the most valued and respected non-governmental organizations in Rwanda and beyond serving the interest of its members, contributing towards shaping national policies and leading the agricultural sector towards sustainable levels.