34 millionpeople in Africa are experiencing the worst humanitarian crisis in decades due to drought, famine and conflict. That’s nearly the entire population of Canada.

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Our work to improve the nutrition of severely malnourished children has a 90% success rate.

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We’re a global relief, development and advocacy organization empowering children, families and their communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

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Love is what drives everything we do, compelling us to work together to make the world a better place for children.

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BRAVERY

We choose bravery. Together, we’re going boldly into places where others aren’t working to help children who need it the most.

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Our work is effective and we are making lasting and sustainable change. Our goal is to put ourselves out of work.

What’s Happening in World News


News of big needs and great hope. Fair warning – we’re biased towards hope.



 
Change Makers Learning to stay alive in today’s humanitarian world

This World Humanitarian Day, as the threats to aid workers increase, their protection has not, which is why more and more humanitarians require military-grade survival training to do their job
 

Change Makers 5 things I am learning from wearing one dress all month

Minimalism is a growing trend these days. Basically, it’s the idea that to focus on what’s important, we need to get rid of the unnecessary objects, activities, and baggage that clutter our lives.


From the Field Forced into sexual slavery by poverty

For fifteen-year-old Mao, poverty turned an innocent sleepover at a friend’s house into a childhood trapped in Cambodia’s sex trade.


From the Field Child labour in Haiti: One child’s story

Fourteen-year-old Haitian Sonite Edmond despondently recalls being forced to work as a restavek when she was just six years old. Meaning “to stay with” in Creole, restaveks are children working in domestic slavery, as Sonite was forced to when she went to “stay with” her godmother in Port-au-Prince.