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Job Posting: Finance and Administration Coordinator

by Karen Bokma

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION COORDINATOR (full-time, permanent) Join an innovative team committed to making a positive difference in the lives of people around the world. Presbyterian World Service & Development (PWS&D) is the development, relief and refugee sponsorship agency of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. PWS&D responds with partners overseas to help communities overcome poverty, recover […]

Hurricane Dorian Relief

by Karen Bokma

Hurricane Dorian struck the Bahamas in early September as a powerful category 5 hurricane. Thousands of homes have been destroyed leaving many without shelter. The World Food Programme estimates that tens of thousands of people will require food assistance. The death toll continues to rise. PWS&D is accepting donations to help with relief and rehabilitation, […]

Trusting God to Provide

by Karen Bokma

When Job lost his oxen, sheep and camels, as well as his beloved children, he still chose to say, “Blessed be the name of the Lord” (Job 1:21). Mai Kenkoo, despite facing devastating tragedy, also perseveres in trusting God. “I have faith in God,” she says, “He will do better for us.” Mai’s family once […]

2018 Annual Report Now Available

by Karen Bokma

In 2018, Presbyterian World Service & Development was blessed by the faithfulness and generosity of Presbyterians from coast to coast—allowing us to reach out to places like South Sudan, Malawi, Syria, Haiti and many more, with life-saving assistance and life-transforming support. PWS&D has witnessed both hope and despair as we responded with countless others in […]

PWS&D Champions: Frequently Asked Questions

by Karen Bokma

We want to make sure you are successful and supported as a PWS&D Champion! Check out the frequently asked questions below, or contact us for more information about this exciting opportunity to be part of PWS&D’s mission and ministry. Loading…  

Yemen Crisis Response

by Karen Bokma

Yemen is the worst humanitarian crisis the world currently faces. Conflict has resulted in widespread hunger, with more than eight million people facing famine. Ongoing bombing campaigns and disease outbreaks are devastating the lives of millions as the war continues into its fourth year. Yemen’s cholera outbreak is the worst in the world—those facing extreme […]

Water and Sanitation Project Saves Lives in South Sudan

by Karen Bokma

In the world’s youngest country, years of civil unrest have displaced large segments of the population. The United Nations estimates that there are 1.75 million internally displaced people (IDP) in South Sudan. As the conflict enters its fifth year, the humanitarian crisis is only getting worse. Ongoing violence and sustained economic decline have left people […]