It’s amazing how much more you can do when you work together.
ADRA is proud to be working in partnership with these organizations.
Global Affairs Canada (formerly Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development) (formerly CIDA)
Global Affairs supports sustainable development through its partnerships with private and public sectors in Canada and in developing nations. Global Affairs has been ADRA Canada’s partner in the implementation of humanitarian interventions globally for over 20 years.
Established in 1983, the CFGB is a partnership of Canadian churches and church-based agencies working to end hunger in developing countries. On behalf of its fifteen member agencies, including ADRA Canada, the Foodgrains Bank collects grain and cash donations, provides funds and expert advice for projects submitted by member agencies and their partners. Learn more about ADRA Canada’s partnership with CFGB by watching this video.
Established in 1996, the Colin Glassco Foundation for Children, supports vulnerable children in Canada and Zambia. ADRA Canada has been Glassco Foundation’s partner in supporting children in Zambia, particularly in the Gwembe Valley.
ADRA Canada works with GlobalMedic in providing emergency water and relief to survivors of disasters, as well as building local capacity to deliver relief operations in developing nations.
The Hinks-Dellcrest Centre is a community affiliate of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine (Department of Psychiatry) and Faculty of Social Work dedicated to promoting optimal social, emotional, and behavioural well-being in infants, children, youth, and their families. ADRA Canada works with Hinks-Dellcrest Centre in implementing learning through play among children in Cambodia.
The University of Guelph is a comprehensive public research university in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. It is consistently ranked as a top comprehensive university in Canada, and has established three other regional campuses. The UoG provides technical support to ADRA in minimizing post-harvest losses among vulnerable households in Rwanda.
The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) is an independent, not-for-profit policy research institute based in Winnipeg, with over a decade of experience in the field of climate change adaptation. IISD works with ADRA in strengthening community-level climate change resilience among vulnerable families in Rwanda.