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Nothing is more American than fireworks on the Fourth of July holiday. Many credit unions nationwide are doing their part to support Independence Day by sponsoring fireworks and other colorful holiday events in their various communities in and around the traditional holiday. Read more at http://www... Learn more
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The World Council of Credit Unions is working with MetLife Foundation to support research into the financial service needs of Mexico’s unbanked population aged between 18 and 35.Woccu has a long history of increasing credit union outreach in Mexico – 44% of the Mexican credit union membership... Learn more
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Co-operatives produce 60% of the world’s wine, but face difficulties when it comes to marketing and entering new markets. Addressing some of these challenges was one of the key topics discussed at the 4th Global Forum of Wine Co-operatives, which took place at the end of May in Argentina. Read more... Learn more
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The European Commission recently published the report of the cooperative working group ‘Fostering cooperatives’ potential to generate smart growth & jobs” with first concrete recommendations for EU policymakers on its website. Read more about the report at https://coopseurope.coop/resources/... Learn more
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The World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) will be resuming its efforts to rebuild the credit union sector in Liberia, which has recently been declared free of Ebola. “We are quite pleased to restart a project that will bring access to financial services to thousands of Liberians over the next two... Learn more
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How many steps would you walk to score some co-op swag? The “Led ‘Steppin” team of walkers at Cherryland Electric Cooperative in Grawn, Mich., took nearly 2 million steps in its quest to claim the grand prize. The first-ever Spring Step Challenge is a friendly competition among 20 co-ops. It’s the... Learn more
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The growth of one is the growth of all. This is perhaps the most essential part of cooperatives. Maco Development Cooperative (Madeco) just celebrated 25 years of operation. Madeco has become a cooperative that truly serves not just the people of Maco, but the entire province. Cooperatives in the... Learn more
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Mike Beall, president and CEO of the National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International, will testify on behalf of NCBA CLUSA members and supporters during a U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee hearing on the oppportunities and challenges surrounding agriculture trade with Cuba . Space is... Learn more
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La Casona Cooperative was once operated by the Ministry of Tourism. The workers made the decision to become a cooperative seven months ago. Cooperatives have operated in Cuba's agricultural sector since the start of the revolution in 1959. New economic and social guidelines adopted in 2011 after a... Learn more
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In 1994, from April to July, Rwanda was devastated by a brutal genocide. This war-ravaged nation was left with 70 percent women who had to rebuild the country. In an attempt to rehabilitate, the government encouraged women, especially artisans, to form cooperatives and be entrepreneurial. Read more... Learn more
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