School bells or wedding bells?
Early marriage still a major barrier to girls’ education by Amboka Wameyo, Africa Regional Program Manager Raised in an East African country, I was taught at a very early age that education was the key to all things: to future success in life, to contribute meaningfully to society, and to help those around me. Many […]
Empower women, help kids
Four ways that empowered women create better lives for their children.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Join us on this phototour highlighting the children, parents and communities that you’ve supported in 2013! You’ve made a huge impact – thank you!
5 ways to make a difference!
Celebrate International Development week by taking action today!
The straight goods on goats
Find out why symbolic gifts of livestock make such good sense.
Six lessons Madiba taught us
Reflections on the life and legacy of one the world’s greatest humanitarians.
Alice Barthole: Compassion, courage, love
Alice Barthole, founder of House of Hope orphanage in Gressier, Haiti, passed away on July 10, 2013. This remarkable woman will leave a legacy of compassion, courage and love for the many lives she touched in Haiti and in Canada, too. Alice began House of Hope orphanage for ten children in Carrefour, Haiti in 1990. […]
Upping our governance game
Canadian Feed The Children’s Africa Regional Program Manager, Amboka Wameyo and new Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Manager, Faisal Islam, have travelled to Ethiopia and will soon be reporting back on their adventures visiting CFTC communities and local partners. This is an important visit for a number of reasons. Having Faisal on board as our M […]