In the Dominican Republic, DGRV works together with AIRAC (Asociación de Instituciones Rurales de Ahorro y Crédito), an association of rural savings and credit cooperatives.
At meso level, DGRV supports the staff of AIRAC’s member cooperatives with training (credit risk, good governance, etc.).
At micro level, DGRV provides AIRAC with the software “Social Balance” and “Strategic Planning” in order to implement it at its member cooperatives.
Our project in Dominican Republic contributes to several Sustainable Development Goals, especially:
AIRAC is an advocacy group and offers various services to its members. The association advises, monitors and provides training for its member cooperatives with the aim of promoting their socio-economic development.
The activities of the project in the Dominican Republic are supervised by the DGRV office in Ecuador:
Rumipamba E2-214 y Av. República
Edif. Signature, Piso 7, Of. 701
170201 Quito – Ecuador
F. +593 (2) 351-8389
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