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PWRDF joins Foodgrains Bank Rohingya relief effort

Asia Pacific Stories, Bangladesh Stories, Burma Stories, Emergency Response Stories, Featured, Food Security Stories, Maternal, Maternal Newborn and Child Health, PWRDF News Release, Refugees and Migrants Stories, Uncategorized
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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 monitoring recovery efforts in Mexico

Emergency Response Stories, Featured, Indigenous Stories, Mexico Stories, PWRDF News Release, Uncategorized
Credit: USGS

Updated on October 19, 2017 On the anniversary of the 1985 earthquake that devastated Mexico City, the city again is reeling from a 7.1 magnitude […]

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PWRDF responds to Irma with $40,000 for Cuba and Haiti

Cuba Stories, Emergency Response Stories, Featured, Haiti Stories, Latin America Caribbean Stories, PWRDF News Release
Flooding in Haiti after Hurricane Irma. Christian Aid photo.

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund has announced an initial grant of $40,000 for immediate response to Hurricane Irma in Cuba and Haiti. PWRDF […]

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PWRDF Monitoring Hurricane Irma

Cuba Stories, Emergency Response Stories, Haiti Stories, Latin America Caribbean Stories, Uncategorized
hurricane irma

PWRDF is monitoring the situation and determining how we can best respond with partners on the ground in Cuba, Haiti and Latin America to the […]

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PWRDF grants $5,000 to Episcopal Relief and Development for Hurricane Harvey

Ecological Justice, Emergency Response Stories, Featured, Uncategorized
Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with dioceses throughout the affected areas in Texas and Louisiana as they assess the ongoing impact of Hurricane Harvey and prepare to respond. Photo Episcopal Relief and Development

On Friday, August 25, Hurricane Harvey roared ashore near Houston, Texas, leaving in its wake more than four feet of rain, catastrophic and widespread flooding, […]

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