iDE Canada creates income and livelihood opportunities in developing countries around the world. We invest in local entrepreneurship, building businesses with a focus on agriculture and sanitation. With access to the right products, services and advice, farmers can transform their small farms into small businesses. With access to research and development, sanitation business owners can produce the life-saving products their customers want. 

iDE Canada CEO Stu Taylor and Canada's International Development Minister, Karina Gold talk about the Canadian response to the impacts of Covid-19 in developing countries.
"We must act now to avert a looming hunger crisis" says iDE Canada CEO Stu Taylor.
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COVID-19: the double deficit of NGO humanitaires canadiennes

COVID-19 has heightened awareness around protecting the most vulnerable. For iDE and our supporters, this includes the people we serve around the world, where access to clean water, soap, and proper sanitation does not always exist.

A social enterprise, Sama Sama Ghana, has inaugurated seven free handwashing stations in Tamale and Savelugu, both in the Northern Region, to help encourage regular handwashing and good personal hygiene among the people in those areas.