- Vision & Mission
- Strategic Plans
What We Do
- Collective Housing
- Land Planning
- Grant and Loans
- Community Council
- Welfare Fund
- Additional Projects
Who We Are
- Work Structure
As a Public Organization, CODI is an autonomous government agency governed by the executive branch. Reporting directly to the Minister of Social Development and Human Security and managing its own capital fund, CODI has the flexibility and independence to efficiently implement projects.
As the chief decision making body, CODIís board is comprised of four representatives from government organizations, three representatives from community organizations and three professionals. Additionally, sub-committees and regional boards help oversee and administer CODIís programs.
Staff and Offices
Approximately 300 staff members work in 5 regional offices.
Upon its inception, CODI was granted a capital fund of $85 million (USD). Administrative expenses are covered by interest earned from the fund, while the project budget is granted by the cabinet on an annual basis.
Operating expenses (2009): $6 million (USD)
Project budget (2009): $92 million (USD)