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Woman in Rwanda with a cow

The Gift that Keeps On Giving

A Cow is Making a Big Difference for a Family in Rwanda

Claudine, 34, lives in the African nation of Rwanda. She and her husband are casual laborers who work on farms near their village. The going wage for day laborers is 20,000 Rwandan francs/month (about $32 CAD). Even with both of them working, it is not really enough to meet the basic needs of their family. They have four children, the youngest is just one and a half years old.       Read More

Turning Over a New Leaf in Rwanda

Rwandan Farmers Benefit from Tree Planting

Farmers in Rwanda, Africa are learning new methods of agriculture to improve harvests in a region of Rwanda where there has been a marked decrease in annual rainfall. One component of the program was to encourage farmers to grow trees in their fields and gardens. This agroforestry approach to farming has been a wonderful success. Watch one farmer in Rwanda as he enthusiastically tells his story.
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Maternal and Child Health Microsite

ADRA Canada is Pleased to Announce A New Microsite Focused on our Mother and Child Health Initiatives


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New Board of Directors for ADRA Canada

ADRA Canada is Pleased to Announce a new Board of Directors

On March 5, 2017 a special general meeting of ADRA Canada voted to appoint a new Board of Directors for the next five years.  With Pastor Mark Johnson as board chair, the following individual will serve:

Daniel Stojanovic, Ulysses Guarin, Lowell Cooper, Brian Hawes, Christine Hwang, Gary Hodder, Stan Jensen and Joseph Richards.
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Join our Team at ADRA!

Our office is growing again and we need your help!  If you are interested in a challenging and rewarding opportunity, please take a look at our current openings.

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