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African women Sarah giving a thumbs up while holding two cooked fish

Casting for Innovation: Women Entrepreneurs Turn Fish Into a Business

“The fish business is promising and so we are committed to grow it to ensure a better life for all members.”

After joining an aquaculture group through RESULT, Sarah’s passion for entrepreneurialism led her to start a fish smoking and fish oil business in Ghana.

Read August 2018 issue

July 2018

11-year-old Efrain working in the garden
Growing green thumbs in Bolivia

“Getting veggies in the market is expensive but if you produce your own veggies you also help dad and mom.”

11-year-old Efrain and 8-year-old Silvia are developing their own green thumbs. Helping children learn to grow their own food is changing communities in Bolivia.

Read July 2018 issue

June 2018

16-year-old Colton looking at camera with magazine covers in the background
For the love of cooking

“I dream of starting a restaurant. Or at least to get a chef’s degree or something like that – that’s what I want to pursue.”

16-year-old Colton is pursuing a new passion thanks to a Grade 9 Food and Nutrition program in Waywayseecappo First Nation.

Read June 2018 issue

May 2018

Dino in his garden shop surrounded by plants
A Mother’s Promise

“My dream is to see my children become successful in their education. For this, I will do my best.”

This is the promise that Yeshi, a mother of two living in Ethiopia, has made for her children – and despite the odds, she’s keeping that promise.

Read May 2018 issue

April 2018

Dino in his garden shop surrounded by plants
Dino’s garden shop grows new life

Dino always had dreams of starting a business. But as a labourer earning an unstable income, he put his dreams on hold to focus on supporting his children.

“Of course it was not enough. I was not able to feed my children enough nutritious food throughout the year.”

Then came the opportunity of a lifetime – the chance to start a garden shop.

Read April 2018 issue

March 2018

13-year-old Joan in Uganda shows a bottle with clean water and one with dirty water
A ripple effect for girls

It’s scary to think about losing a friend.

But that was almost a reality for 13-year-old Joan in Uganda last year. One of her school friends nearly died of typhoid after drinking dirty water.

A new water purification system brought clean water to their school – and changed everything.

Read March 2018 issue

FEBRUARY 2018

Hassen and Zeyneba are a team. Together, they manage their home and family farm in Cheffa Valley, Ethiopia
Spreading the Love

Hassen and Zeyneba are a team. Together, they manage their home and family farm in Cheffa Valley, Ethiopia.

As the farm gets more successful, they’re spreading the love to their neighbours by helping them out wherever they can.

But just a few short years ago, life was very different for the couple.

Read February 2018 issue

JANUARY 2018

Patience, a seven-year old girl from Uganda looks straight ahead, smiling
Your gifts are already changing lives

We know that understanding your impact is important to you. We’ll always report back to you how your gifts are making a difference – it’s what makes us a Financial Post top Canadian charity.

Meet seven-year-old Patience in Uganda. Thanks to your support, she’s looking forward to a brighter future.

Read January 2018 issue

DECEMBER 2017

Wishing you the joys of the season
Thank you and Happy Holidays

You’ve made such a difference this year

A big thank you to all of our supporters for helping children thrive. Because of you, children are having happy holidays in Canada and around the world.

From all of us at Canadian Feed The Children, have a wonderful holiday season and a Happy New Year!

Read December 2017 issue

NOVEMBER 2017

Two for one goats
Our little secret

Starting on Giving Tuesday (November 28) choose a gift from the Best.Gift.Ever catalogue and your donation will be matched by a generous donor.

That means that your gift will have double the impact! Mark your calendar and get ready to check everyone off your list.

November 2017 issue

October 2017

Five African primary school students smile at the camera arm in arm
3 fall foods we love

These fall favourites aren’t just tasty – they’re helping families become food secure

Leonia is the proud matriarch of a large, close-knit brood. She recently joined a farmer field school where she learned to grow her new favourite crops.

Find out why we love these three fall foods.

Read October 2017 issue

SEPTEMBER 2017

Five African primary school students smile at the camera arm in arm
Thank You!

Today is World Gratitude Day! With families gathering soon for the Thanksgiving holiday, we wanted to say a heartfelt THANK YOU.

Because of you, over 3 million meals have been served and over 35,000 children supported in their primary school education. Learn more about your impact.

Read September 2017 issue

AUGUST 2017

“If a girl is educated, she can fight for her rights.”

Annet champions her granddaughter’s education

Annet hopes that Resty will avoid the fate of many of her peers who are forced to leave school. Resty shares that goal, because she knows an education will help her achieve her dreams. Read more.

Read August 2017 issue