In this episode, we speak with Anita M. Odondi, the Emergency Program Director for ADRA in Canada. She tells us of her recent visit to the country of Yemen and how ADRA is
In this podcast we are joined by Diana Opollo who shares with us how ADRA’s projects are showing families how to share their lives more fully by breaking down gender role stereotypes. We discover how this message is changing lives!
Brutal conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo is causing thousands of people to flee to safety across the border into the country of Uganda. ADRA has been
Laila never thought that she would ever be a refugee. Then one day soldiers came to her village and everyone had to flee. After 15 days of walking she and her mother arrived at a refugee camp in Bangladesh. Life has been rough, living as a refugee for over a year now. But ADRA has made things better. Discover how.
By sharing roles, this family in a remote island village in the Philippines found that their marriage grew stronger.
Cyclone Idai’s intense wind and rains brought catastrophic destruction to homes, fields, livelihoods, animals, and people.
In this podcast we talk with Cree Rillo about the work that ADRA is doing with First Nation groups in the Sioux Lookout
Obed is a typical rural farmer in a dry region of Rwanda. Over the last two years, his life has been completely transformed by the training that he and his wife have received from an ADRA project. Here is his story, in his own words.
“In 2011, when the conflict first started in my home village, we would hide in the church until things quietened down. We would then return to our home.
Cyclone Idai has left a path of death and destruction through the countries of Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. The power of the wind and the rains have ripped off roofs, torn houses apart, and swept people away into the floodwaters. It is feared that over 1,000 people have died and that number is [...]