“It is traditional culture to help one another,” Zemu told us, explaining how a local tradition called “Debo” propels local community members to help the single grandmother cultivate her fields. With neighbours’ and Canadian Feed The Children donors’ support, Zemu is working her way out of poverty and towards a sustainable and prosperous future.
In this article we’ll cover the Pros & Cons of giving a charity goat and also look at other donation options you may want to consider.
Checking in on the well-being of sponsored children.
#aid4ag asks Canada to invest big in smallscale farming.
CFTC starts new partnership with MB’s Garden Hill First Nation.
Lucas Martin reflects on the new Kpachelo primary school that the Ipsos Foundation made possible.
It’s been nearly three years since the passing of South African activist Nelson Mandela but his legacy lives on. Despite the challenges he faced in his life, he was a fierce advocate for the rights of those whose voices are often left unheard.
In honour of Nelson Mandela Day, we’ve taken a look at how far we’ve come on issues of his time that continue to be of utmost importance today.
Saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. We must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women’s empowerment. Solutions to one problem must be solutions for all. – UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon 2015 was an important…
Hear how child sponsorship helped Yovani.
Fish farming brings protein and prosperity to Ghanaian families.
When the rains leave northern Ghana, so too do the men.
High school raises over $15,000 for Aboriginal nutrition program.