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Childhood: An online update for Canadian Feed The Children Supporters
A ripple effect for girls

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.

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International Women's Day #IWD2018 #MyFeminism
Women fish for change
“If we are united, we can achieve good health and quality education for our households." - Prudence, female fish farmer, Ghana.

Read Prudence's story for International Women's Day.
Transformations 2018
Transformations hits the road!
Do you live in the GTA? Drop by one of these upcoming learning events at the Toronto Public Library to see the Transformations exhibit in person. Find events

Photo by Allan Lissner/OCIC

Why I Give: Peter


Why I Give: Peter

"I have a serious genetic condition, which has affected my muscles and it’s not too easy to get around. I may not be able to work full time because of my disability but I still give what I can. It brings me joy to know I’m making a small difference.Read more
.Why I Give is a feature that shares our donors' special reasons for giving

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