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codelcauca

CODELCAUCA, entidad del Sector Solidario del Departamento del Cauca (Colombia) cuyo domicilio principal está en la ciudad de Popayán, cuenta con 2.700 asociados distribuidos en todo el departamento, presta sus servicios Financieros a empleados de empresas Públicas, Privadas y Comerciantes Independientes. Nuestro portafolio de servicios es amplio y disponemos de líneas como: Credisalud, Credieducación, Crediprogreso, entre otras, todas creadas [...]

FUCAC

FUCAC, Federacion Uruguaya de Cooperativas de Ahorro y Credito, is a credit cooperative in Uruguay. Founded in 1972, with the order to articulate and promote the emerging credit cooperative sector. for Uruguay administered it projects funds and foreign entities, which spent thousands of beneficiaries across the country in their productive purposes working. Currently, FUCAC is an organization made up nearly 130,000 members and is present throughout the country [...]

CUFA

CUFA operates with the goal of helping people lift themselves out of poverty. Instead of giving hand outs we work to provide the skills, knowledge and resources required for people to break out of poverty whilst offering ongoing support. CUFA’s work involves developing and supporting financial cooperatives in communities that previously had little or no access to a financial institution.

CoBank

CoBank is a national cooperative bank serving vital industries across rural America. The bank provides loans, leases, export financing and other financial services to agribusinesses and rural power, water and communications providers in all 50 states. CoBank is a member of the Farm Credit System, a nationwide network of banks and retail lending associations chartered to support the borrowing needs of U.S. agriculture [...]

Oikocredit

Oikocredit is a worldwide cooperative society. It promotes global justice by challenging people, churches and others to share their resources through socially responsible investments and by empowering disadvantaged people with credit. The Oikocredit name comes from the Greek “oiko” (house or community) and “credere” (to believe).

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