Since the devastating and destructive fire of May 2016 in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canadian Anglicans have poured out their generosity through PWRDF relief, raising approximately $285,000 to help the more than 80,000 people who were affected and displaced from their community. Recovery work is ongoing as people move back into the affected areas.Since the devastating […]
In May 2016, fires ripped through Fort McMurray, Alberta, leading to the loss of homes and livelihoods. The original funds PWRDF gave to the Dioceses of Edmonton and Athabasca helped to resettle those displaced by the fires who fled with nothing but the clothes on their backs. The steering committee is now supporting recovering efforts […]
British ColumbiaEmergency Relief
In July 2017, a lightning storm sparked wildfires in British Columbia that led to the evacuation of approximately 14,000 people. PWRDF responded immediately with a grant that was used for food vouchers, toiletries, bus fare, clothing etc. PWRDF funding has also helped keep community centres open like the Stemete7uw’I Friendship Centre at St. Timothy’s Anglican Church […]
In 2017, there were 285,809 South Sudanese refugees are in refugee camps in Ethiopia. PWRDF allocated $38,600 to improve water access at two refugee camps and two transit centres in the Gambella region serving 750 refugees a week. The project implementer has experience distributing water, sanitation and hygiene programs in the region and is partnering […]
For more than 25 years, Partners In Health (PIH/ZL) has worked to improve women’s quality of life by providing comprehensive, community-based health care in rural Haiti where, in most cases, medical services were not previously available. Gender-based violence (GBV) is a serious health and human rights issue in Haiti. Although women are known as the […]
PWRDF is responding to the Indonesia earthquake and tsunami of September 2018. Download the Indonesia Philippines bulletin insert. https://pwrdf.org/pwrdf-responding-to-two-major-disasters-through-act-alliance/
PWRDF allocated funds through January 2018 in response to failed rains and increased hunger in East Africa. This program supports work among the pastoral communities in Baringo county and trucking in water. Provision of water benefited 880 households, including an early childhood centre and clinics. Approximately 120 households benefited from cash for work to de-silt […]
PWRDF committed $10,000 for post earthquake relief in Mexico to support bilateral partner Kinal Antzetik who has been severely affected. The midwives of various communities of Juchitán and those living in the indigenous community of San Mateo del Mar in Oaxaca have lost their homes. The death toll has been reported at 217 and 44 […]
The ACT appeal response reached more than 100,000 vulnerable households in 14 districts affected by two powerful earthquakes in Nepal. ACT Alliance members distributed prepared food, food rations, emergency shelter, school supplies, clean drinking water, and sanitation and hygiene system.
PWRDF is funding relief efforts in Nigeria where Boko Haram has wreaked havoc and stolen lives, and where people’s livelihoods had been severely affected. To date, PWRDF has contributed $80,000 and is working with Christian Aid on this ongoing program.
PWRDF is responding to the recovery efforts after the super typhoon tore through the Philippines in September 2018. Download the Indonesia Philippines bulletin insert. https://pwrdf.org/pwrdf-responding-to-two-major-disasters-through-act-alliance/
South SudanEmergency Relief
Canada, to Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) South Sudan for an emergency food distribution project in Kapoeta North County. In 2016 PWRDF contributed $25,000 to the South Sudanese Development and Relief Agency (SUDRA) appeal for funds for displaced South Sudanese. In 2016, PWRDF responded to an ACT Alliance appeal with a grant of $30,000 […]
United StatesEmergency Relief
PWRDF sent funds to support emergency response efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey in Texas in 2017.
Hunger, disease and bombs are devastating the lives of millions of people as the war in Yemen continues into its fourth year. About 8.4 million people in the country are at risk of starvation. Through the new project, 1,100 vulnerable families will receive vouchers that allow the families some sense of normalcy in how they […]