Care for Refugee Children in Egypt

A refugee child being weighed at the Well Child Clinic in Cairo. Photo: Refuge Egypt

Cairo, Egypt is one of the largest urban refugee centres in the world.  Over 255,000 refugees call Cairo home.  Unlike refugee camps like Kakuma or […]

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Peanut Butter Producing Refugees

Ana Daborah (right) and other refugees, along with a staff member from the NCCK, show some of the supplies for their peanut butter business in the Kakuma refugee camp. Photo: Jeannethe Lara

Ana Daborah fled her home in northern Uganda in 1992 to escape the Lord’s Resistance Army, crossing the border into Kenya and settling at the […]

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Repairing the Bridges in Cuban-US Relations

Bishop Griselda Delgado del Carpio of the Episcopal Church of Cuba speaking at St. Peter's, Erindale in 2013. Photo: Simon Chambers

On December 17, 2014, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced their commitment to normalize relations and re-establish diplomatic ties between their […]

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The Simple Need for Food, Water, and Health Workers

Kizito is a person living with AIDS in Mkumba village who was given a dairy goat to help supplement his nutrition. Photo: Sheilagh McGlynn

When PWRDF began its current project with the Diocese of Masasi in Tanzania, preliminary research showed that most illnesses and deaths in the area were […]

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PWRDF Expresses Concern for Syrian Refugees

Syrian refugees in local refugee camp in Suruc, Turkey - mothers with small chlidren standing in line in front of medical tent. Photo: Mike Kollöffel/ACT

PWRDF has written to the Canadian government out of a growing concern over the plight of Syrian refugees.  The conflict in Syria, which began in […]

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