SUCO is a Canadian international co-operation organization founded in 1961. A large team of volunteers and interns carry out sustainable development projects aimed at strengthening the autonomy of people, organizations and communities in seven countries: Burkina Faso, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru and Senegal. SUCO offers Government of Canada voluntary co-operation programs and international youth internship programs.
The Canadian Red Cross works to improve the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing people in Canada and around the world. The Canadian Red Cross is a leading humanitarian organization in which people volunteer for those in need.
Québec sans frontières is an initiation into international solidarity that allows Quebec youth aged 18 to 35 to engage socially and collectively by supporting local community initiatives in the South, and to live their daily lives in an educational perspective of global citizenship.
CECI (in French)
CECI’s mission is to fight poverty and exclusion. To this end, CECI strengthens the economic development capacities of disadvantaged communities; it supports initiatives for equality between women and men, the fight against violence, food security, resilience and adaptation to climate change; it mobilizes resources and promotes the exchange of knowledge.
Oxfam works to strengthen its partners and allies in developing countries in the design and implementation of lasting solutions to poverty and injustice. It mobilizes Canadians in the expression of its solidarity. Oxfam pursues the following objectives: put an end to the causes of poverty; put economic and social justice at the top of the global agenda; to be a dynamic player in the global citizen movement for a more just world.