This year, you can help children like Prahlad, who received the care and treatment he needed to regain his strength thanks to your support, and you can share the power of charitable giving with children and youth right here at home in Canada.
This week, 20 people from 12 countries will participate in the first-ever training workshop about the SMART (Standardized Monitoring and Assessment of Relief and Transition) methodology in Canada. SMART methodology provides decision makers with timely, high-quality data to make better investment choices based on good quality information.
Our new identity more clearly and powerfully explains who we are and what we stand for. We are convinced that it will enable us to have a bigger impact on the lives of vulnerable people, bringing us ever closer to our vision of a world without hunger.
On November 24, the Kenyan Ministry of Health, together with Aga Khan Foundation, Amref, Hellen Keller, Map International, Micronutrient Initiative, World Vision and Action Against Hunger / Action Contre La Faim, launched the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition (PMNCHN) in Kenya.