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Changing Lives.

Angeline's Story

ADRA's new project in the Philippines will improve access to health care

Angeline lives in a small village (barangay) on an island in the Philippines.

There is no health care on her island.  To get to the nearest clinic she must take a two to three hour boat ride to the mainland.  

ADRA's project will improve maternal, newborn, and child health in her village.

Experience a bit of her life by watching this video.

Ration Meal Challenge

October 11 - 16, 2016


Have you ever wondered where and how the BP5 Bars are made?  We visited the facilities of GC Rieber Compact in Norway, and spoke with our friends there.  They are producing life-saving nutrition to people in crisis.  We appreciate the work they are doing!  Click here.

UN Summits on Refugees

45 Agencies sign a Joint Statement to Advocate for Displaced Women and Girls

On September 19th and 20th, world leaders gathered at the United Nations (UN) for two major summits on the global refugee and migration crisis – the UN Summit for Refugees and Migrants co-chaired by the Governments of Jordan and Ireland and the Leaders’ Summit on Refugees convened by President Obama.

According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) there are currently about 21.3 million refugees, defined as people forced to flee armed conflict or persecution, 3.2 million asylum seekers, and 40.8 million migrants who have chosen to move in their search for a better life.

ADRA joined 44 other agencies in signing a joint statement advocating better support and treatment of displaced women and girls.  Read the statement here:  http://www.adra.ca/refugee-women-and-girls/.

Read the official US White House statement here:  https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/20/joint-statement-leaders-summit-refugees.

Find all UN documents related to the summit here:  http://refugeesmigrants.un.org/summit.

Order of Distinguished Service

Colin B. Glassco Awarded Honour

On September 14, 2016 Colin B. Glassco was inducted by the Zambian government into the Order of Distinguished Service, First Division in recognition of his years of humanitarian service to the Zambian people.

It is the highest civilian honour bestowed by the Zambian Government and Colin will be hereby be known as Grand Commander. The ceremony took place at the High Commission of the Republic of Zambia in Ottawa, Canada.

The Colin B. Glassco Foundation, in partnership with ADRA Canada and ADRA Zambia, has been working on health, livelihood, water and sanitation, and education projects. More information on the Glassco Foundation can be found at http://www.glasscofoundation.org.

Big Sur Cycle Challenge

Congratulations Rick and Lauren!

Rick and Lauren Wiegel participated in the Big Sur Cycle Challenge and raised funds to help Syrian refugee children in Lebanon attend school.  

Find out more about the Challenge and give your support by visiting:  http://www.adra.ca/BigSur.

ADRA Canada Current Openings

ADRA Canada is currently seeking candidates for the following positions:

- EMBRACE MNCH Technical Advisor
- Permaculture Consultant
- Temporary Forklift Operator/Order Picker/Sorter
- PLP Community Support Coordinator Volunteer
 
Visit http://www.adra.ca/engage/work-for-adra/ for more information.
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