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COVID-19: Where do we go from here?

Even as parents and communities worldwide deal with the pandemic, they are also making plans for a food secure post-COVID recovery. But what will that look like?

Read August 2020 issue

CURRENT ISSUE

JULY 2020

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COVID-19 brings new challenges for families in Ghana

COVID-19’s effects are felt worldwide with many losing jobs and having their whole lives change. We spoke with Ahmed, a father of four in Ghana, on the challenges his family is facing in the wake of the pandemic.

Read July 2020 issue

JUNE 2020

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June is National Indigenous History Month!

June is National Indigenous History Month. Join us all month on social media as we celebrate traditional foods.

Stay tuned as we have a SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT leading up to National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st.

Read June 2020 issue

MAY 2020

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Your gifts at work during the COVID-19 crisis

Children and families around the world are having a hard time accessing food and other basic needs due the COVID-19 pandemic, but your gifts are making a big difference for children who need it most.

Read May 2020 issue

APRIL 2020

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Home gardens are growing hope thanks to you

With the COVID-19 pandemic limiting access to foods for many around the world, these families can grow nutritious fruits and veggies right in their own backyards, thanks to the support of generous donors like you.

Read April 2020 issue

march 2020

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Helping end forced migration for girls in Ethiopia

In honour of International Women’s Day, we are proud to introduce a new partnership between CFTC and The Slaight Family Foundation, which will help women and girls in Ethiopia build their own empowered futures.

Read March 2020 issue

February 2020

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Your guide to the Global Goals

Did you know you are part of a global movement to help end poverty for all? Learn how your support is changing the world as Canada celebrates International Development Week 2020 from Feb 2-8.

Read February 2020 issue

January 2020

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9 Reasons Why We Love You!

We are blessed to have an amazing group of donors and supporters, but did you know just how incredible you are? All of us are feeling the #DonorLove, so here’s 9 Reasons Why We Love YOU!

Read January 2020 issue

December 2019

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School meals are the start of change

Before her school had a school feeding program, generously supported by CFTC donors, six-year-old Melan used to go hungry throughout the day. But now a school feeding program is giving Melan and her friends a fresh start.

Read December 2019 issue

NOVEMBER 2019

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From Hunger to Hope: Denis’ story

11-year-old Denis used to rely on daily school meals but when his single mother Esther couldn’t afford his fees, he was forced to leave school and would go to bed hungry. Then generous donors helped provide Esther with agricultural training to bring hope to her family.

Read November 2019 issue

OCTOBER 2019

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What will it take to end child hunger?

As we mark World Food Day on October 16th, we can see that progress has been made to reduce child hunger and malnutrition, but too many children still suffer.

Read October 2019 issue

SEPTEMBER 2019

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The impact of school meals on education

Feyine used to experience hunger pains and exhaustion at school. But then thanks to kind donors, she can now focus on her studies and not her empty stomach. Learn how daily school meals are crucial for a child’s development.

Read September 2019 issue

AUGUST 2019

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Resilience, empowerment and possibility: My journey to Ghana

Read about our Ghana programs in action. Chris Bosch, our VP, Programs writes about visiting the community of Sang. Thank you to our generous donors who are enabling change in this vibrant and resilient community and for making this work possible.

Read August 2019 issue