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iDE Canada is looking for a fundraising and communications intern! If you would like to join our team, find out more here.

We unveiled a mural celebrating our work with entrepreneurs in developing countries around the world.

Please join us for the 2017 iDE Canada Annual Gala!

Proposal to increase Canada’s aid for agriculture: We’ve joined with many other organizations to encourage Canada to make a big new investment in small-scale farming. Our proposal includes 10 approaches relating to agriculture that will help Canada reach many of its development goals.

Business delivers. See how Salesforce is used to sell toilets in Cambodia!

iDE Canada Joins Hundreds of International Development Professionals Committed to Global Goals

We are honored to have His Excellency Visit iDE Projects in Cambodia!

One thing is true for everyone: we know a brave, strong woman. March 8th is International Women's Day and what better way to celebrate than to take the time to tell that one (maybe more), brave, strong woman in your life that she inspires you. Donate now to iDE Canada in honor of the women that inspire. Happy International Women's Day. #1WD2016

iDE Canada shows Canadian donors the impact of their donations first hand in Ethiopia!

Agricultural developers and farmers from Ghana, Ethiopia, Cambodia and Burkina came to Manitoba for a hands-on learning experience of Manitoba agricultural innovations they could take back to their countries.

iDE Canada organized the Innovation Incubator as a week-long learning tour. Funding for the event came from Manitoba and Canadian donors, as well as the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD).

To read what the participants learned and experienced, Click Here!

Lives are changing in Cambodia and Vietnam. People are earning more money; kids are staying in school; and for many, their bathroom is no longer a hole in ground.

To read more about how Canadian donors are positively impacting the lives of rural Cambodians and Vietnamese people, read the Calgary Herald news story.