177 women and female youth in Ethiopia have officially started new businesses, thanks to the Slaight Livelihood & Gender Equality Fund, and the support of CFTC donors.
In Bolivia, gardens are key to healthy family nutrition. But they do more than just grow food – they’re transforming communities.
Good nutrition is not just about eating regular meals. For Nutrition Month, learn how communities use food to change the future for children.
Strong women’s livelihoods help children thrive, and your support is crucial to making these programs a success.
For Black History Month, we are celebrating and uplifting all the ways African smallholder farmers contribute to feeding the world.
Here’s how your support in 2022 will help create a food secure future for children and families in Canada and around the world.
“My crops were green and free from pest, leading to an increase in my yields. With the knowledge I received from training by RAINS, coupled with the use of natural pest control, I got up to five bags of maize per acre. Normally I get two or three bags. Also, it did not cost me any extra funds to prepare the natural pest control solution.”
Two new projects, CLIMATE and SHINE, will advance women’s agricultural participation in Ethiopia and Ghana.
“I know my income sources have reduced because of COVID-19 and I may struggle sometimes to provide all that she needs for schooling, but I will never compromise on Ayisha’s education,” Mariama told us with great determination.
Happy Mother’s Day from Luz and Maria! In the face of many difficulties caused by lockdowns in Bolivia, Luz and Maria are finding time to share special moments as mother and daughter
Rosa and her children are getting their garden growing! Thanks to the support of CFTC donors, they’re growing healthy and fresh produce to feed the whole family.
Vanessa and Monenus are leading the way for girls in their community and fighting for gender equality this Women’s History Month.
A new year filled with new hope
Building a brighter future for Bethlehem – together
Child sponsorship enriches a whole community