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WFCU supports credit union digitisation in Ukraine

WFCU has implemented 11 relief and recovery programmes to support Ukraine’s credit unions

Agri co-ops say Ukraine trade remains a challenge despite new EU deal

'EU producers and manufacturers will have to be included in this discussion and their demands answered…

Co-ops welcome changes to EU trade liberalisation measures for Ukraine

MEPs also agreed that all remaining duties on imports from Moldova should be suspended for another…

Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions announces support for 100 Ukrainian businesses

Half the Ukrainian businesses to benefit from the $500,000 scheme are owned by women

Law change strengthens governance and opens new services for Ukraine credit unions

Sector bodies have been campaigning for an update of credit union legislation since 2016

Global credit union body launches $500k loan scheme for Ukrainian sector

Two sector apexes in Ukraine will pass the WCFU funding to individual credit unions, to support…

Tech project from Woccu and USAID helps Ukraine credit unions upgrade websites

The new platform allows credit unions to tailor their online content to their needs and aesthetic…

European agri co-ops call for extra support for farmers hit by Ukrainian exports

The co-ops think the European Commission's proposal to support farmers in countries bordering Ukraine is insufficient

Worldwide Foundation for Credit Unions adds $355k in grants to Ukraine support

'Your support emphasises that all of us, together, make up a large global credit co-operative family'

Impact Conference looks at co-ops as engines of local development

The event, organised by US apex NCBA CLUSA, looked at projects in Africa and heard updates…

17,000 gallons of fuel donated to Ukrainian credit union member farmers

163 farmers with credit union loans have benefited from the programme, launched by the charitable arm…

Ukrainian credit union numbers fall as Russian shelling worsens

Membership numbers and credit union assets have also fallen