ICDC Blog

Why support the co-ops in your community? The benefits might be further-reaching than you think.

Marjorie Kelly, in a recent article in YES! magzine talks about "How cooperatives are leading the way to empowered

The role of cooperatives as a mainstay of the social economy in Bulgaria was discussed at an international conference held in Sofia on 4 December 2012 to mark the conclusion of the 2012 UN Internat

Yudiel Mojena Guerra, a young farmer from eastern Cuba, was given land from the government as part of a strategy to increase domestic food production.

Real Pickles - what a cool name!  Real pickles produces raw naturally fermented pickles made from local, organic and sustainably farmed produce. 

Trade School is a self-organized learning platform that connects students to receive instruction from teachers in exchange for barter items that the teacher requests.

In 1998 Rwanda, the country was recovering from a brutal civil war that had badly damaged the economy.  As Africa’s most densely populated country, land is a precious resource in Rwanda, particular

There's still time to register for the Farmers Market Boot Camp this Thursday, Feb.

Did you know......that for more than 50 years, the economic well being of National Grape Cooperative members has been the reason for the existence

HUBs are uniquely designed spaces that provide a creative environment as well as a professional infrastructure to work, meet, learn and connect.

Agriculture is the largest contributor to the gross domestic product of Egypt, even though less than 4 percent of the land is arable.

Small savings, big development is the motto of Koboko United Cooperative, a savings and credit co-operative (SACCO) in northern Uganda, an area that is still recovering from the effects ci

As most rural households prepare for the upcoming Spring Festival, 55-year-old Yu Huihuai is busy setting up another rice seeding greenhouse, which can serve 1,330 hectares of paddy field.