We work with local community-based partners in developing countries with a high under-five mortality rate and in Canadian Aboriginal communities that are affected by poverty.
Tackling the root causes of poverty and homelessness among Bolivian children and youth.
Delivering in-school feeding, nutrition and nutrition education programs for vulnerable populations, with a special focus on Aboriginal communities.
Creating education and livelihood opportunities, particularly among Ethiopian girls and women, to help break the poverty cycle in Ethiopia.
Working towards a food-secure future for children, women and men in Ghana’s impoverished north, while ensuring greater access to quality education, especially for girls.
Blending humanitarian aid with longer-term, community-led development to improve child and family health.