The Centre d’études missionnaires (CEM), CECI’s predecessor, is founded by Jesuit Father Jean Bouchard.
CEM is among the first organizations in Quebec to offer real training in international cooperation. It trains members of religious and secular communities called to support Catholic missions throughout the world.
Montreal, Quebec H1Y 3R8
# 2 IMPASSE DESDUNES, RUE MARCADIEU, BOURDON BP : 16104, PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAÏTI
The Centre for International Cooperation in Health and Development (CCISD), a Canadian not-for-profit corporation, has been developing and managing international health projects since 1987. Thanks to partners and experts in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada, CCISD has implemented significant initiatives with lasting positive results.
2180, Sainte-Foy rd, 3rd floor, Quebec (Quebec) G1V 0A6 Canada
Development and Peace (The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace) is the official international development organization of the Catholic Church in Canada and the Canadian member of Caritas Internationalis. Development and Peace is a membership led organization supported by parish collections, individual donations and government grants, principally from the Canadian International Development Agency.
Our vision: Committed to change
Our mission: Support partners in the Global South who promote alternatives to unfair social, political and economic structures, and educate the Canadian population about the causes of poverty and mobilize Canadians towards actions for change. In the struggle for human dignity, the organization forms alliances with northern and southern groups working for social change. It also supports women in their search for social and economic justice
For more than 45 years, Développement international Desjardins (DID) has been working with developing and emerging countries towards the goal of sharing the expertise and experience of Desjardins Group, the largest cooperative financial group in Canada. Our goal is to provide disadvantaged communities around the world with access to secure, diversified financial services that fit their needs.
A pioneer in the deployment and development of microfinance around the world, DID today is a leading contributor to the sector.
Lévis, Quebec G6V 4C3
Enable Haiti is the product of the good-will efforts and generous donations of the people of Windsor and Essex County and associated friends from beyond, who want to share their good fortune by assisting the people of Haiti. The earthquake of January 12, 2010 devastated Haiti, a country that was among the least capable of handling such a catastrophe. And yet out of the rubble the Haitian people persevere and continue in their struggled efforts to return their lives to normalcy.
Enable Haiti aims to help the beautiful people of Haiti accomplish their pursuit of living happy, productive lives. By enabling these people to do the most basic of things in life such as eat a wholesome meal, drink a clean glass of water or by providing them the dignity of personal hygiene supplies or gently used clothing, their efforts can be placed more on fulfilling their goals.
Throughout our work in Haiti, Enable Haiti has undertaken several projects. In addition to sending and hand-delivering countless containers full of food, clothing, shoes, medical supplies, water purification tablets, feminine hygiene products, and toys for children, we have also taken under our wing an orphanage for children left without parents after the earthquake, built two schools in which children can learn to read and write, supplied a rehabilitation center for people injured in the earthquake with mobility devices such as wheelchairs and crutches, and provided a hospital for severely mentally disabled children with food and industrial laundry machines in order to help keep pace with the children’s need for full stomachs and clean linens.
While some progress has been made in Haiti as the country continues to heal and rebuild day by day, there is still so much more work to be done. The Haitian people continue to struggle to meet their needs, children still go through their days and nights on empty stomachs, and fresh, clean water is still a scarce resource. Haiti, like all nations, will inevitably rebuild but with the assistance of those in the Windsor Essex Region and our surrounding friends who enjoy lives without cause for worry about meeting these basic human day-to-day needs, Enable Haiti will continue to work to bring that moment for them closer to reality.
Windsor ON N8W 5R8
Food For The Poor is one of the largest international relief and development organizations in the United States.
Our work is motivated by our faith in God, spreading His unconditional love, regardless of race, wealth, or creed as we minister to the poorest of the poor in 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.
By providing lifesaving food, secure housing, clean water, healthcare, emergency relief, micro-enterprise projects and education opportunities, we are giving the poor a chance at a better future, and showing them God’s love.
Our Mission Statement to feed, clothe, house and educate the poor and abandoned children of Grand Goave, Haiti soon developed to include the much needed issues of Medical services and care for the elderly.
2166 Parkhill Road West
Working in France and 64 countries worldwide, Doctors of the World – Médecins du Monde is an independent international movement of campaigning activists who provide care, bear witness and support social change. Through our 355 innovative medical programmes and evidence-based advocacy initiatives, we enable excluded individuals and their communities to access health and fight for universal access to healthcare.
62 rue Marcadet – 75018 Paris
560, Crémazie Est (338.87 mi)
Montreal, Quebec H2P 1E8
SUCO is a Canadian international cooperation agency founded in 1961. We carry out sustainable development projects to strengthen personal, organizational and community autonomy in seven countries: Burkina Faso, Haiti, Honduras, Mali, Nicaragua, Peru and Senegal.
SUCO_cercles Our expertise: food security
Local development and mobilization
Montreal, Quebec H2R2Y3