“Our Elders tell us that when you teach a child to think with their hearts, their minds will follow,” says Dr. Gwen Healey Akearo, epidemiologist and founder and director of the Qaujigiartiit Health Research Centre (QHRC) in Iqaluit. QHRC staff implement this saying into…
November 30 is Giving Tuesday, a day where people around the world come together to give to the causes they believe in. Will you support our partners as they recover and reimagine prosperity?
In Addis Ababa, a local organization has been leading the charge to protect and empower women with disabilities throughout Ethiopia.
TORONTO, October 14, 2021 – CESO announces the election of a new chair and new membership to its board of directors, effective September 16, 2021.
This past year, we focused our drive and expertise to support those navigating the global…
The COVID-19 pandemic has left Côte d’Ivoire reeling from lost business and rising joblessness. But even before the crisis took hold, in many communities, families had been struggling to put food on the table.
With fertile lands, extensive coastlines and diverse flora and fauna, the Philippines is a country rich in natural resources. Nestled at the foot of Mount Banahaw, an active volcano, the community of Pinagdanlayan has managed to capitalize on their local environment while creating opportunities for the local community.
Each day of work at the White Buffalo Road Healing Lodge is a little bit different for Rick Crognale, but his passion for the mission remains the same.
Generation Radio in Ivory Coast, the Marie-Esther Foundation’s radio station and…
Stirring marimba rhythms float on warm night air across Isla Trinitaria—a community in Ecuador’s port city of Guayaquil. Ecuadorians of African descent that make up the majority of the population have endured deep-rooted discrimination, exclusion and systemic disadvantages leading to poverty, drug use, human trafficking and violence.
Vibrant cities, breathtaking mountain ranges and verdant rainforests make up a paradise for many visitors travelling to Côte d'Ivoire.
June 21, 2021 is the 25th anniversary of National Indigenous Peoples Day—a celebration of the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
Dominique Mane, CESO’s Country Representative in Ivory Coast, was featured in Source Info.
On May 27, 2021, the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation confirmed that the bodies of 215 Indigenous children were discovered in an unmarked mass grave at a former Kamloops, BC residential school.
From creating an e-commerce website in the Philippines to video training around the Sustainable Development Goals…
We're pleased to announce that on March 1, CESO acquired CIRDI (Canadian International Resources and Development Institute) from the University of British Columbia (UBC).
We’re delighted to be featured in The Globe and Mail in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2021.
March 8 is International Women’s Day—a day to recognize and celebrate the social, economic and political…