The Bank for Church and Diaconia (“KD-Bank”) based in Dortmund is committed to Christian values and is organised as a co-operative – just…
Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen is renowned as the co-founder of the co-operative finance and banking business that bears his name. His Christian roots have…
The Unesco preserves, what people developed. Since 2016 also the idea of cooperatives is part of the World Cultural Heritage.
In Rwanda credit unions help to find ways out of poverty and they offer a forum for reconciliation.
Manfred Rekowski, President of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland, about the benefits of Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen.
Some food for thought.
It was in the year that Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen died, that a man was born who walked in his footsteps: Toyohiko Kagawa (1888–1960).