ADRA Canada is honored to partner with the First Nations tribes of the Wikwemikong community on Manitoulin Island, as they work to provide positive opportunities for their youth to grow and develop. The OALE program is a wilderness based, canoe expedition adventure that is designed to develop leadership skills in First Nations young people. As [...]
Beginning in March of 2018, the country of Kenya has experienced extensive torrential rainfall. The flooding has caused the death of 183 people and has displaced over 300,000 people. The flooding has been so intense that homes have been swept away to nearby Lake Victoria. People have lost their livestock, their crops, and their [...]
ADRA Canada is pleased to announce the arrival of four new individuals to our growing family. We are grateful that they have joined us and are adding their skills and talents to the ministry of ADRA. Diana Opollo Diana joins the ADRA team in the capacity of Gender [...]
In this episode we talk with Anita M. Odondi, the Emergency Program Director for ADRA Canada about the type of work that ADRA does when responding to disasters and emergencies in Canada and around the world. Here are some photos of current and previous emergency responses: Located [...]
May 12, 2018 is ADRA Canada's Disaster and Famine Relief Offering in Seventh-day Adventist Churches across Canada. The designated offering will go to help people who are suffering from natural and man made disasters. Thank you for your generous donation. Remember that you can give anytime at adra.ca If you would like to share this [...]
We hope you enjoy this ADRA Canada Insider podcast as we meet Sharon Njobo from our Development Programs Department and have her tell us all about our flagship project at ADRA Canada, EMBRACE.
Odette and her family live in the Kayonza District of the Eastern Province of Rwanda. Like most of her neighbors, Odette is a small plot farmer.
In this episode, we talk to Heather about her recent trip to the beautiful country of Mongolia. Be sure to check out the photos that go with her stories about the work that ADRA Canada is doing in this remote region of our world!
Zang and his family lived in a beautiful rural village in Kachin State in Myanmar (Burma). Two lakes close to their village supplied all the fish they could eat and the nearby jungle was full of edible plants and greens to supplement their diet.
March 22 is World Water Day. ADRA Canada is changing lives by providing people with new ways to access, conserve, purify and use water. With your partnership ADRA is able to provide families with life-giving water. You can help provide water to those without. This World Water Day, give the gift of water! [...]