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Agricultural Education Initiatives to Address Hunger and Fight Climate Change
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Agricultural Education Initiatives to Address Hunger and Fight Climate Change

In our part of the world, springtime is the season of new birth; the earth reawakens after a long winter’s sleep, as we walk outside …

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Amy Abbink and Titus Semple with the air shipment to Kingfisher Lake
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Responding to COVID-19 in Indigenous Communities

In consultation with Archbishop Mark MacDonald and the Primate, Archbishop Linda Nicholls, PWRDF is forwarding an in-Canada emergency grant of $50,000 to support northern Indigenous …

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In El Salvador, César Gàmez of PWRDF partner CoCoSI leads gender workshops with young children.
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“She Thinks All People Are Equal!” PWRDF and Gender Equality

While conducting storytelling research in rural Zimbabwe in the early 1990s, I was approached by a woman who said, “Look at me!  I’ve worked all …

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Displaced Yemenis await emergency food distribution by PWRDF and the Canadian Foodgrains bank in 2018
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Love Thy Neighbour: Welcoming the Stranger and Supporting Refugees

February is the month when the world celebrates love, but God’s love is all around us every minute, of every day, of every month, of …

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NL Dioceses Invest In The Future With PWRDF’s World of Gifts

Whether planting seedlings in Uganda or breadfruit trees in Haiti, preparing gift bags for new babies in Lesotho or teaching gender rights in El Salvador, …

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PWRDF Addresses Climate Change

Whether it is environmental activists like 95-year-old Sir David Attenborough and 18-year-old Greta Thunberg, or politicians speaking at COP26 in Glasgow, the message is clear. …

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Helping Others With The World of Gifts

One of the things I look forward to at this time of year, is receiving the PWRDF World of Gifts Christmas Campaign Guide. I enjoy …

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Give Thanks and Pay It Forward

For almost two years, the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every part of our lives. We have adapted to times of lockdown, quarantine, working, worshipping and …

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A Light For Every Birth

For most parents-to-be, having light and electricity during their child’s birth is assumed, but for many in rural Mozambique giving birth in the dark is …

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PWRDF Achieves Multiple Goals in One Project

As the expression goes, “in a nutshell” the goal of PWRDF is to address poverty, gender injustice, and environmental exploitation through programs targeting food security, …

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