Learn about community-led food sovereignty in Eel Ground First Nation, Neyaashiinigmiing and Garden Hill First Nation, through photos.
Photo by Allan Lissner/OCIC
Learn about community-led food sovereignty in Eel Ground First Nation, Neyaashiinigmiing and Garden Hill First Nation, through photos.SHOW ME MORE
OUR VISION AND MISSION
1 billion children worldwide
are living in poverty
At Canadian Feed The Children, we envision a world where children thrive free from poverty.
Your support will help create long-term, sustainable food security and access to education, and build community capacity for sustainable development in Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda, Bolivia and in First Nations communities in Canada.
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2015 was a turning point in international development for the world, for Canada, and for Canadian Feed The Children.
The investments CFTC donors have made in our work have improved the lives of hundreds of thousands of people in the past year.
Read more about the progress we’ve made to increase agricultural productivity and income for smallholder farm families, build community resilience to climate change, and improve nutrition and access to education for children.
CAN GIRLS FROM SMALL PLACES
ACHIEVE BIG DREAMS?
In a small village in Uganda lives a girl with big dreams and an interest in chess named Catherine who is at risk of being trapped in a life of poverty.
Read Catherine’s story
WITH FOOD SECURITY PROJECTS
The Resilient and Sustainable Livelihoods Transformation (RESULT) project in northern Ghana, and Market-Led Improved Livelihoods in Eastern Amhara Region (MILEAR) in Ethiopia, funded generously by Global Affairs Canada and CFTC’s donors, support smallholder farmers to achieve increased food security, improved agricultural production, better nutrition and greater income in some of the world’s most impoverished and climate-challenged communities.
Read more about RESULTRead more about MILEAR
FIRST NATIONS FOOD SECURITY
CFTC has launched a new phase of our First Nations food security programming with generous funding provided by The Slaight Family Foundation. The Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds initiative is a national, comprehensive food security program with a mandate to partner with 20 new First Nation communities by 2020.
Recognizing that local partners are the most knowledgeable champions of their own community, CFTC will work with First Nation partners to achieve transformative, sustainable change through a combination of hands-on learning for students; consistent, nutritious, culturally appropriate meals; land-based learning and traditional food practices; nutrition education for students, families and community members; and the engagement of youth champions.
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