We all have a role to play. You can help more people gain the skills they need to succeed and your donation will be matched 6 times to have even greater impact.
Lasting results require a long-term approach
For far too long the world has tried to lift up others by only providing resources, but resources only go so far. At Cuso International, we believe in the long-term. Long-term partnerships. Long-term programs. Long-term results. We work on today's most important development issues by connecting global communities in need with the skills they need to create lasting change. And we've been doing this for close to 60 years. How? Through education, empowerment and an enabling environment, we are equipping people with the tools to create local economic opportunity, gender equality and better health.
With your support, change happens
Teresa is harvesting security in Honduras
Teresa is sharing her knowledge and skills to help other women gain food security and financial stability.
Khamoom is cooking up hope in Myanmar
Khamoom is preserving her Indigenous culture, earning her own income and helping other women secure their futures.
Madame Sabine is growing opportunity in Cameroon
Madame Sabine is navigating rapidly changing weather thanks to a new farming technique.
Fatuma is saving lives in Ethiopia
Fatuma is ensuring more mothers and newborns have the care they need to survive and thrive.
Here's where you come in
Support Cuso projects
Find out how we're tackling poverty and inequality for women and girls in the most effective way.
Become a volunteer
People helping people is the best way to address the development needs of our time. Be part of the movement making a difference.
Attend an event
Our virtual events are a great way to get involved and learn how you can contribute to lasting change. Find a Cuso event that speaks to you.
OUR COVID-19 RESPONSE
As countries around the world combat the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Cuso is working to ensure the health and safety of our volunteers, staff, partners, and beneficiaries. Learn more about how Cuso is responding.