Service de coopération au développement (SCD)
Service for Cooperation to Development
1979-10-18 Lyon France
Founded 18 Oct 1979, Lyon (France), uniting Service and Development (S and D) -- Service et développement (S et D), set up in 1959, Lyon, by F-XF3521 - MISSIO (Centre de Lyon) and Entr'aide pour le développement intégral, set up 1963, Rome (Italy), by R-XR0273 - Society of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (St Madeleine-Sophie Barat). Subtitle: SCD - Organisme chrétien de volontariat de solidarité internationale. Previously also referred to as: SCD - Organisme chrétien de service volontaire international.
As a Christian international voluntary service organization: promote voluntary cooperation with populations in the Third World; assist Southern countries by sending qualified personnel on request; welcome and support development volunteers, orient them towards cooperative activities in Europe and overseas, prepare, train and assign them to suitable posts (usually in teams), support them in their mission and assist their re-integration on return, enabling them to communicate the significance of their activities to others.
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