The project activities in South Africa are currently being restructured and DGRV is refocusing its Regional project for Southern Africa.
In the past, DGRV has been supporting organisations representing the cooperative sector in South Africa as well as government departments in order to support the cooperative movement.
The future focus of the project in South Africa lays on a partnership with organisations supporting cooperatives on the primary level as well as supporting provincial and national government initiatives which benefit primary cooperatives.
The main focus of DGRV in South Africa is to ensure that primary cooperatives and its members are the main beneficiaries of the implemented projects. A special emphasis lays on previously disadvantaged groups of the South African society.
Veit H. Gesenhues
175 Lunnon Road
Cameroon is a country with about 26.6 million inhabitants. It borders Nigeria, Chad, the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, and the Atlantic Ocean. The largest cities are the capital Yaoundé and the port city Douala. The latter is an important hub for the landlocked member states of the Central African […]Mas
Eswatini is a landlocked country with about 1.1 million inhabitants, bordering South Africa and Mozambique in southern Africa. DGRV works in a partnership approach with ESASCCO (eSwatini Association of Savings and Credit Cooperatives) and with the Commissioner for Cooperatives in the Ministry of Commerce, Industry & Trade of eSwatini. Our project work with ESASCCO included […]Mas
With assistance of the BMZ – Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development DGRV implements a co-operative development project in Kenya since 2017. Within the framework of this project, DGRV promotes in particular access to educational opportunities and training for Co-operatives. Local project partners and national stakeholders also regard these training measures as a central […]Mas