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PWRDF responds to Rohingya relief on behalf of Anglicans

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Click on the video image below to watch a slide show from the World Renew project that PWRDF is supporting.

As the devastating stories of Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar for Bangladesh continue to emerge, PWRDF is pleased to report more than $46,000 in donations have […]

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Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund matching period ends Nov. 28

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Rohingya relief

International Development Minister Marie Claude Bibeau today announced that the federal government will match 1:1 donations to Rohingya relief efforts through its new Myanmar Crisis […]

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PWRDF joins Foodgrains Bank Rohingya relief effort

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Rohingya refugees

PWRDF is contributing $20,000 from its Canadian Foodgrains Bank account to a food relief project in Bangladesh being managed by fellow Foodgrains Bank member World […]

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PWRDF responds to Nepal appeals for help after flooding

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Relief material being delivered to the affected people in Jhapa. LWF Nepal photo

PWRDF has pledged a rapid response grant of $25,000 to ACT Alliance to be given to Lutheran World Federation, Nepal Program, in the wake of […]

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Pioneering addiction program changing Burmese refugees’ lives

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Pam Rogers visiting the PWRDF office in Toronto.

Mae La Refugee camp on the Thailand/Burma Border is the last place you might expect to see a game of Ultimate Frisbee, but the sport […]

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Typhoons test resilient Filipino community

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A thick layer of silt covers the rice paddies.

The Filipino towns of Namitpit and Patungcaleo sit on the winding Abra River in northern Luzon. The island is home to 53 million people, but […]

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