The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) works with people in poverty in over 125 countries to create just and positive change through empowering partnerships and responsible action. Continue reading
Youth Engagement Coordinator, Roberta Gramlich, is happy to come speak to your class about the Canadian Foodgrains Bank and related issues. Feel free to contact her: Continue reading
Join Canadian Foodgrains Bank on a trip to Ethiopia in July, 2015 on an International Food Security Learning Tour for Educators!
This is a two week trip which includes orientation and debriefing sessions, visits tocommunity projects in Ethiopia supported by Canadian Foodgrains Bank and its network, and visits with other stakeholders such as the Government of Ethiopia. Continue reading
Want a map that shows educational attainment broken down by neighbourhood?
Need to know how much community garden space per capita is available in your area?
Curious where there are houses in major need of repair? Continue reading
Seeds are the heritage of family farmers and peasants, who preserve them to feed their families, their communities, and the world. However, seeds are increasingly being controlled and privatized by multinational companies. Without access to seeds, the way of life of small family farmers and peasants, most of whom live in the Global South, is threatened. Continue reading
One of the ways Canadian Foodgrains Bank works to end global hunger is by influencing public policies. Continue reading