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In November 2012, I joined eleven other participants for a two week Canadian Foodgrains Bank (CFGB) Food Study tour to Kenya and Rwanda.
PWRDF, the relief and development arm of the Anglican Church of Canada, has released an initial grant of $75,000 for the victims through the Action by Churches Together (ACT) Alliance and the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Many of the denominations had been involved in growing projects in Canada since the 1970s, projects that had culminated in the creation of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank in 1983.
The money was donated to Canadian Foodgrains Bank (CFE), a Winnipeg-based Christian group that provides food and aid to developing countries.
Annual Report 2000) SPONSOR: Bulman Communications Group PUBLIC RELATIONS -- Corporate Image Campaign (Tie) ADVERTISER: Canadian Foodgrains Bank AGENCY: AdFarm PRODUCT: Canadian Foodgrains Bank PURPOSE: To encourage increased donations to the Canadian Foodgrains Bank by church members and by farmers/rural population.
Wardle took second place with her November 2011 interview with Stuart Clark, senior policy analyst with the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Other speakers included Don Hutchinson, vice president of the Evangelical Fellowship of Canada and director of the Centre for Faith and Public Life; Claire Demerse, associate director of the Climate Change Unit at the Pembina Institute; Graham Saul, executive director of Climate Action Network Canada; and Carol Thiessen, public policy advisor for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
There was a general sense among the humanitarian community that we could have responded more quickly in East Africa," says Grant Hillier, who directs International Programs at Canadian Foodgrains Bank.