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Needs continue at Gaza hospital

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Diocese of Jerusalem photo

On May 22 PWRDF issued an appeal to support the al-Ahli Arab hospital in Gaza, which has been overwhelmed by providing medical care to people […]

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PWRDF accompanies Indigenous midwives to the UN

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Tarcila Rivera Zea, from CHIRAPAQ in Peru, listens at the UN.

The rate of maternal and newborn deaths within Indigenous communities around the globe is reported to be significantly higher than the rate for the general […]

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How a gift to Cuban communities opened many trails

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The hard-working tractor is a multi-tasker!

This is the story of the little tractor that could. In 2008 the Cuban government opened a window of opportunity for citizens to acquire assets. […]

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‘It’s what we do’: Cuban churches ideal development partners

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The Episcopal Church of the Resurrección in Luyanó, Cuba has been reinvigorated to serve the community, or reborn as its sign says.

Odette Naranja said it best. “We have so many programs in the church to reach out to the community, to let them know we are […]

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Fort McMurray two years on

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At the new Community Garden, people come together.

It is difficult to believe that we are now approaching the two year mark from the Fort McMurray Horse River wildfire. It seems a long […]

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Agricultural education fights climate change in Malawi

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Debora Kantor (middle) with her host Olient Nyasulu (right) and Olient's daughter Flyness Banda (left) in Malawi.

A Foodgrains Bank education trip connects Canadian Anglicans to the issue Debora Kantor is from Cambridge-Narrows, New Brunswick. She is a member of the Parish […]

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