Hong Kong Response               1964                India                1965     Ontario Clothing Depot opens           ...
Hurricane Camille hit the Gulf Coast onAugust 17, 1969, as a Category 5 storm killing more than 250 people. CRWRC       re...
1970’s       disaster response1970 – 1972 Philippines, Jordan,     Bangladesh,Nicaragua     Xenia, Ohio; Honduras, Niger  ...
US inner-city ministries start; Guatemala,               El Salvador                  1976
World Hunger Campaign begins            1978    Sierra Leone, Lebanon             1979
1980’s  CRWRC Canada office opens; Italy,       Algeria, Cambodia              1981Liberia, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica...
Canadian Foodgrains Bank begins; East   Africa, Ecuador, Kenya, Uganda                1983Mali, Ghana, Chad, Sudan, Brazil...
1990’s        Free A Family begins;             Niger 1991Horn of Africa; 37 Deacons Conferences         across North Amer...
Free To Serve; Romania, Croatia, Russia,            Zaire, Aridlands                 1993  AIDS response begins; Partners ...
2000 Diaconal Ministries Canada begins; 9/11                response                   2001 Bev Abma (l), CRWRC-DRS Direct...
South Africa           2002        Afghanistan           2003        Asia tsunami            2004      Hurricane Katrina  ...
Communities First Association begins               2009         Joined Facebook          June 12, 2009
Current & Recent Intl Disaster Response Projects - 1West Africa Drought Response      Niger            Apr 2012 - Sep 2012...
Current & Recent Intl Disaster Response Projects - 2Earthquake        Haiti                     Jan 2010 - Jun 2012Darfur ...
Current & Recent Intl Disaster Response Projects - 3Cyclone Sidr               Bangladesh       Nov 2007 - Jun 2010Tsunami...
The Good Samaritan Centre in Miami helped  over 25,000 Cuban refugees in the early                 1960s
Cuban refugees arriving in Miami
1967 Peter Feddema, CRWRC’s first      agriculturalist, in Korea.
1972 Fred immunizes a pig in aPhilippine pig distribution project
1973 Jennie Schuld with sewing group,    Pulupandan CRC, Philippines
1976 Guatemala earthquake.
1976 Guatemala earthquake destruction.
Children in Guatemala view earthquake              destruction.
1980 typical house in Agua Caliente, Honduras
Honduras. New home in Agua Caliente afterHurricane Fifi in 1974. working with CEDEN.
1980. Luu family Abbotsford Vietnamese               refugees
2010. Luu family recently
1982. Sierra Leone relief work
1982. Edmonton Sierra Leone tour groupTrudy & Harry Spaling, Jennie & Clarence Visser, Dirk & Joan Booi, and Rev. Louis   ...
1982. Travel in Sierra Leone was not easy
Jennie Visser with Sierra Leone baby
Ron and Tina Prins of Lacombe in Sierra                Leone                   .
1985. Haiti – pig barns being built –         Clarence Visser                  .
1985 Ron and Ray Prins working on water        project in Sierra Leone
Jennie and Clarence Visser today.                .
1994. Kenya. Simon Ngeru and Teresia Waweru help in growing and creating             businesses.
Kenya with small business development led by               Simon Ngeru.
Cambodia. English language facilitation
Roy Berkenbosch of the King’s UniversityCollege works with students to achieve       Micah Challenge goals.
Members of the Micah Action Club atKing’s University want to kick some butt to  achieve the Millennium Development        ...
The West African Drought affects many               people.
Servicelink International
2011. Senegal. Distribution of efficient wood                   stoves
2007. Staff of Park Lighting. This businessdonated one whole day’s gross revenue to           Embrace AIDS work.
2007. Betty Johannesen of Park Lighting presents donation for Embrace AIDS               program.
2011. Elly Dalmaijer of St. Albert in Ethiopia
2011. George Fernhout in Pakistan.
2011. Workers in Pakistan doing       reconstruction.
2010 Haiti Capitol destruction              .
Jack Dalmaijer in Eithiopa            .
Kenya. Borehole well brings rejoicing                  .
Kenya waterpan – man-made pond for        watering livestock.                .
Kenya. Maternal and child health               .
Starting a water hole in Niger
Philippine planning group
A housing development near ButuanIn the Philippines – a CRWRC Project
King’s Intern Sarah Choi on Assignment      with CRWRC in Bangladesh
John Orkar’s lectures on African history               at King’s
Jonathan de Koning, as a King’s student  On internship in Haiti with CRWRC
These women are part of a literacy group in  the slums of Dhaka Bangladesh. CRWRC      believes that literacy is key to th...
These emerald rice fields sustain a dense population in Bangladesh thanks to a riceintensification program begun by CRWRC
This cooperative group now enjoys foodsecurity thanks to a rice husking projectfacilitated by PARI, CRWRC’s partner in    ...
A farmer in rural Bangladesh stands proud in            front of his cane crop
A member of a sewing cooperative sponsored                by CRWRC
This cobbler has started his own business taken from the cooperative savings and creditfund, a key component to CRWRC’s st...
Illiterate only a few years ago, this woman now     chairs a regional community development             cooperative in Ban...
This women’s group has received training from CRWRC that helped them establish a small     garment industry in slums of Dh...
A community trainer leads a nutrition workshop           in Dhaka Bangladesh
Community Development wrokshop I Shillong, India, hosted by CRWRC partner, NEICORD
Geoff Brouwer on assignment in Tanzania
Roy Berkenbosch and Jim Visser meeting with staff of Sathi, one of CRWRC’s partners in                  Bangladesh
CGFB Haiti Study tour 2011. Ecole Nationale     de Trouin near Leogane, Haiti.
Indian child
Indian village group
Combines ready to harvest crops  for the Good Grains Bank
Combine finished harvesting for    food grains program
Haitian child
2010 Haiti earthquake damage
2010 Haiti earthquake damage to        Capitol building
Laos water well project
Notes to be added
Mali goat herd in poor condition due to drought
Mali cooking facilities
The Fulani people of Mali
Sara in Bangladesh
A new well in Sierra Leone
Kenya. Food distribution
Ethiopian dancers celebrate   new irrigation project
Canadian Food Grains Bank  distribution in Tanzania
A corn farmer in Lesotho
Digging a canal in Bangladesh
A sewing project in Bangladesh
A sorghum crop in South Sudan
South Sudan continues to experiencepoverty issues related to wars and drought
A neighborhood council in Senegalmeets for community development needs
A new home is completed in Haitiafter their 2010 earthquake, 3,000 th built by                   CRWRC
Jack Dalmaijer at the 40th anniversary of      CRWRC in the Philippines
Haiti asks for earthquake help, 2010
A development team in Cambodia
Notes to be added
Philippines. Red Hat for AIDS group
Indonesia Tsunami survivor.
Indonesia tsunami boy.
Indonesia tsunami relief program
Indonesia older lady
Community development meeting
Children in Nicaragua
Greenshirts in Action
Niger drought victim
Niger. Joel, age 20 gets food rations for family.
Niger. Tanlimba receives free food rations
Kenya. Health and nutrition needs of women               and children
Uganda. Students
Philippines farmer, Los Banos
Nicaragua YMCA volunteers youth community                centre.
Nicaragua bakery employees gain an income           through employment
Honduras. Pipeline brings water to a village.
CRWRC Guatemala staff Rev. Moises Colop            and staff.
1978 Meeting with community leaders Nueva      Esperanza Miralta, Guatemala
2012 Current Volunteers                       Carol Paquette                      Country: Honduras                       ...
2 gentlemen with Andy Ryskamp and Ida               Mutoigo
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  • 1967 Peter Feddema, CRWRC’s first agriculturalist, in Korea.
  • 1972 Fred and pig project in the Philippines
  • Jennie and sewing group, Philippines 1971.
  • 1976 Guatemala earthquake
  • Guatemala children
  • Honduras. Agua Caliente – a typical home in 1980.
  • Honduras. A home being built in Agua Caliente after the second successful harvest of rice. CRWRC began working in Honduras following Hurricane Fifi in 1974. Along with several large, Christian organizations from North America and Europe, CRWRC started a Honduran agency called CEDEN (the Comite Evangelico de Deserrollo y Emergencia Nacional) to work in several regions of Honduras and carry out relief work through local evangelical churches.
  • Vietnamese refugees: Abbotsford, B.C. Luu Family, 1980
  • Luu family, 2010
  •  Nairobi. Simon Ngeru and Teresia Waweru are mentored through PWW and lead other business owners in growing and creating jobs, '94.
  • Kenyan entrepreneur Simon Ngeru leads more than 700 small to medium business owners in CHESS, an affiliate of PWW. (Partners Worldwide), '94. PWW A Movement: Partners Worldwide is a dynamic global network of business and professional people who bear witness to their faith and love in Jesus Christ so that rich and poor, individuals and groups, communities and nations are transformed to more completely reflect the kingdom of God.
  • Roy Berkenbosch
  • Micah Challenge. MEMBERS OF THE MICAH ACTION CLUB AT KING'S WANT TO KICK SOME BUTT TO ACHIEVE THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
  • West Africa Drought
  • Servicelink International
  • Senegal woodstove distribution. Women in the village of MborurokhCisse in Senegal prepare a meal to be cooked on the fuel-efficient Jambaar wood stove, provided by CRWRC through partner agency Beer-Sheba. The stoves will both preserve the local environment, as they burn as much as 50% less charcoal during an average meal preparation, and save money that local families would have spent to purchase wood in this heavily deforested area.
  • Park Lighting Promotion
  • Park Lighting check presented by Betty Johannesen
  • Elly Dalmaijer in Ethiopia
  • George Fernhout in Pakistan
  • Fernhout in Pakistan
  • 2010 Haiti Capitol destruction
  • Jack Dalmaijer in Ethiopa
  • Kenya borehole well
  • Kenya Waterpan – man-made pond to water livestock
  • Kenya maternal and child health
  • Niger zia hole
  • Nicaragua Nehemiah Centre?
  • A HOUSING DEVELOPMENT NEAR BUTUAN IN THE PHILIPPINES - A CRWRC PROJECT
  • KING'S INTERNS SARAH CHOI ON ASSIGNMENT WITH CRWRC IN BANGLADESH
  • John Orkar’s lectures on African history at King’s
  • Jonathan de Koning, as a King's student on internship in Haiti with CRWRC
  • THESE WOMEN ARE PART OF A LITERACY GROUP IN THE SLUMS OF DHAKA BANGLADESH. CRWRC BELIEVES THAT LITERACY IS KEY TO THE EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN WHICH IS IN TURN KEY TO COMMUNITY THRIVING
  • THESE EMERALD RICE FIELDS SUSTAIN A DENSE POPULATION IN BANGLADESH THANKS TO A RICE INTENSIFICATION PROGRAM BEGUN BY CRWRC
  • THIS COOPERATIVE GROUP NOW ENJOYS FOOD SECURITY THANKS TO A RICE HUSKING PROJECT FACILITATED BY PARI, CRWRC'S PARTNER IN JAMPALUR DISTRICT OF BANGLADESH
  • A FARMER IN RURAL BANGLADESH STANDS PROUD IN FRONT OF HIS CANE CROP
  • ANOTHER MEMBER OF THE SEWING COOPERATIVE
  • THIS COBBLER HAS STARTED HIS OWN BUSINESS TAKEN FROM THE COOPERATIVE SAVINGS AND CREDIT FUND, A KEY COMPONENT TO CRWRC'S STRATEGY TO WORK WITH THE URBAN POOR IN DHAKA BANGLADESH
  •   ILLITERATE ONLY A FEW YEARS AGO, THIS WOMAN NOW CHAIRS A REGIONAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COOPERATIVE AS PART OF CRWRC'S RURAL PROGRAM IN JAMALPUR DISTRICT IN BANGLADESH
  • THIS WOMEN'S GROUP HAS RECEIVED TRAINING FROM CRWRC THAT  HELPED THEM ESTABLISH A SMALL GARMET INDUSTRY IN THE SLUMS OF DHAKA BANGLADESH
  • A COMMUNITY TRAINER LEADS A NUTRITION WORKSHOP IN DHAKA BANGLADESH
  • COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP IN SHILLONG, INDIA - HOSTED BY CRWRC'S PARTNER THERE, NEICORD
  • Geoff Brouwer on Assignment in Tanzania
  • ROY AND JIM VISSER MEETING WITH STAFF OF SATHI - ONE OF CRWRC'S PARTNERS IN BANGLADESH
  • CGFB Haiti Study tour 2011 Ecole Nationale de Trouin near Leogane, Haiti. Pielu Modin (16). Funded by PWRDF (Anglican Primates world relief and development fund)
  • Combines ready to harvest for Food Grains Bank
  • Haiti Port au Prince legislature building
  • Fulani people in Mali
  • Sara in Bangladesh
  • Ethiopian dancers celebration irrigation project
  • Canadian Food Grains Bank distribution in Tanzania
  • Corn farmer in Lesotho
  • Canal being dug in Bangladesh
  • Sewing project in Bangladesh
  • South Sudan sorghum grower
  • South Sudan group
  • Senegal neighborhood council
  • Building a house in Haiti. CRWRC COMPLETES 3000th HOUSE IN HAITI! Willy and Clairnite Parfait
  • Dalmeijer enjoys a mouthful at CRWRC 40th anniversary in the Philippines
  • Uganda AIDS Uganda. Aramanth is grown and helps with AIDS affect persons.
  • Haiti SOS
  • Cambodia team. Love Cambodia – Currently working in 10 villages in Prey Veng province, facilitating a 10 step community organizing process focused on integrated community development that focuses on agricultural production and food security, community health and environment, children’s education, income generation and savings groups, and peace and advocacy.
  • Rachel Brink CRWRC – Cambodia
  • Philippines Red Hat for AIDS
  • Indonesia man
  • Indonesia boy
  • Indonesia Tsunami program
  • Indonesia older lady
  • Community development
  • Nicaragua children
  • DRS workers
  • Niger Drought
  • Niger. Joël, age 20, digs "crescent moons" like those below in exchange for food rations for his family.
  • Niger. Tanlimba receives free food rations.
  • a new program to address the health and nutrition needs of women and children in Kenya. CRWRC program with Pwani Christian Community Services (CCS) in Mwatate in the Coastal Province of Kenya.
  • Uganda students
  • Los Banos, Philippines farmer
  • Volunteers with the YMCA of Nicaragua (ACJ). New youth community centres.
  •  Bakery employees in Nicaragua bring home an income and can afford education, medicine, and housing for their children.
  • Honduras. Men in Agua Caliente laying a pipeline to bring water to the village
  • CRWRC-Guatemala staff Rev. Moises Colop and staff.
  • Meeting with community leaders Nueva Esperanza Miralta, Guatemala 1978
  • 50th anniversary logo
  • Crwrc and classis alberta north photos

    1. 1. Hong Kong Response 1964 India 1965 Ontario Clothing Depot opens 1966CRWRC-US moves to current location in Grand Rapids, Michigan 1967
    2. 2. Hurricane Camille hit the Gulf Coast onAugust 17, 1969, as a Category 5 storm killing more than 250 people. CRWRC responded to Camille in 1969. CRWRC Canada incorporated; Appalachia, Mexico, Nigeria 1969
    3. 3. 1970’s disaster response1970 – 1972 Philippines, Jordan, Bangladesh,Nicaragua Xenia, Ohio; Honduras, Niger 1974
    4. 4. US inner-city ministries start; Guatemala, El Salvador 1976
    5. 5. World Hunger Campaign begins 1978 Sierra Leone, Lebanon 1979
    6. 6. 1980’s CRWRC Canada office opens; Italy, Algeria, Cambodia 1981Liberia, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Poland 1982
    7. 7. Canadian Foodgrains Bank begins; East Africa, Ecuador, Kenya, Uganda 1983Mali, Ghana, Chad, Sudan, Brazil, Turkey,Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Belize, Mozambique 1984 Guinea, Zimbabwe 1986 Panama 1987 Malawi, Tanzania 1989
    8. 8. 1990’s Free A Family begins; Niger 1991Horn of Africa; 37 Deacons Conferences across North America 1992
    9. 9. Free To Serve; Romania, Croatia, Russia, Zaire, Aridlands 1993 AIDS response begins; Partners forChristian Development begins; Rwanda, Burma, Thailand 1994Service Link Canada begins; Peter Fish banks begin 1995 Joseph Fund begins; Indochina, Cuba, Burundi 1996
    10. 10. 2000 Diaconal Ministries Canada begins; 9/11 response 2001 Bev Abma (l), CRWRC-DRS Director, atthe World Trade Center, NYC, September 2001
    11. 11. South Africa 2002 Afghanistan 2003 Asia tsunami 2004 Hurricane Katrina 2005Embrace AIDS Campaign begins 2007
    12. 12. Communities First Association begins 2009 Joined Facebook June 12, 2009
    13. 13. Current & Recent Intl Disaster Response Projects - 1West Africa Drought Response Niger Apr 2012 - Sep 2012Philippines - Typhoon Response Philippines Dec 2011 - Apr 2012Eastern Sumba Famine Response Indonesia Dec 2011 - May 2012East Africa Drought Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia Jul 2011 - presentEarthquake/Tsunami Japan Apr 2011 - Jun 2012Flooding Relief Pakistan Jul 2010 - Jul 2012Sindh Floods Oct 2011 - Apr 2012
    14. 14. Current & Recent Intl Disaster Response Projects - 2Earthquake Haiti Jan 2010 - Jun 2012Darfur Famine Relief Sudan Aug 2004 - Feb 2012Post-Conflict Recovery South Sudan Sep 2010 - Aug 2012Restoring Agriculture Liberia Jul 2008 - Sep 2011Flooding Relief Sri Lanka Jul 2010 - Jul 2011Food Security inDiankabou and Madougou Mali Jul 2008 - Jul 2011Flood Relief in Mutarara Mozambique Apr 2008, - Jul 2011
    15. 15. Current & Recent Intl Disaster Response Projects - 3Cyclone Sidr Bangladesh Nov 2007 - Jun 2010Tsunami Relief Indonesia Dec 2004 - May 2010Families Affected by Conflict Chad Jun 2007 - Jun 2009Refugees in Jordan & Syria Iraq Jan 2008 - Jun 2009Teso Flood Relief Uganda Feb 2008 - Jan 2009Hurricane Relief Haiti Sep - Dec 2008Tsunami Relief Sri Lanka Dec 2004 - Aug 2008Flooding Relief Ecuador Apr - May 2008Food Aid in Mount Elgon Kenya Apr 2007 - Mar 2008Hurricane Felix Relief Nicaragua Sep - Dec 2007
    16. 16. The Good Samaritan Centre in Miami helped over 25,000 Cuban refugees in the early 1960s
    17. 17. Cuban refugees arriving in Miami
    18. 18. 1967 Peter Feddema, CRWRC’s first agriculturalist, in Korea.
    19. 19. 1972 Fred immunizes a pig in aPhilippine pig distribution project
    20. 20. 1973 Jennie Schuld with sewing group, Pulupandan CRC, Philippines
    21. 21. 1976 Guatemala earthquake.
    22. 22. 1976 Guatemala earthquake destruction.
    23. 23. Children in Guatemala view earthquake destruction.
    24. 24. 1980 typical house in Agua Caliente, Honduras
    25. 25. Honduras. New home in Agua Caliente afterHurricane Fifi in 1974. working with CEDEN.
    26. 26. 1980. Luu family Abbotsford Vietnamese refugees
    27. 27. 2010. Luu family recently
    28. 28. 1982. Sierra Leone relief work
    29. 29. 1982. Edmonton Sierra Leone tour groupTrudy & Harry Spaling, Jennie & Clarence Visser, Dirk & Joan Booi, and Rev. Louis Tamminga
    30. 30. 1982. Travel in Sierra Leone was not easy
    31. 31. Jennie Visser with Sierra Leone baby
    32. 32. Ron and Tina Prins of Lacombe in Sierra Leone .
    33. 33. 1985. Haiti – pig barns being built – Clarence Visser .
    34. 34. 1985 Ron and Ray Prins working on water project in Sierra Leone
    35. 35. Jennie and Clarence Visser today. .
    36. 36. 1994. Kenya. Simon Ngeru and Teresia Waweru help in growing and creating businesses.
    37. 37. Kenya with small business development led by Simon Ngeru.
    38. 38. Cambodia. English language facilitation
    39. 39. Roy Berkenbosch of the King’s UniversityCollege works with students to achieve Micah Challenge goals.
    40. 40. Members of the Micah Action Club atKing’s University want to kick some butt to achieve the Millennium Development goals.
    41. 41. The West African Drought affects many people.
    42. 42. Servicelink International
    43. 43. 2011. Senegal. Distribution of efficient wood stoves
    44. 44. 2007. Staff of Park Lighting. This businessdonated one whole day’s gross revenue to Embrace AIDS work.
    45. 45. 2007. Betty Johannesen of Park Lighting presents donation for Embrace AIDS program.
    46. 46. 2011. Elly Dalmaijer of St. Albert in Ethiopia
    47. 47. 2011. George Fernhout in Pakistan.
    48. 48. 2011. Workers in Pakistan doing reconstruction.
    49. 49. 2010 Haiti Capitol destruction .
    50. 50. Jack Dalmaijer in Eithiopa .
    51. 51. Kenya. Borehole well brings rejoicing .
    52. 52. Kenya waterpan – man-made pond for watering livestock. .
    53. 53. Kenya. Maternal and child health .
    54. 54. Starting a water hole in Niger
    55. 55. Philippine planning group
    56. 56. A housing development near ButuanIn the Philippines – a CRWRC Project
    57. 57. King’s Intern Sarah Choi on Assignment with CRWRC in Bangladesh
    58. 58. John Orkar’s lectures on African history at King’s
    59. 59. Jonathan de Koning, as a King’s student On internship in Haiti with CRWRC
    60. 60. These women are part of a literacy group in the slums of Dhaka Bangladesh. CRWRC believes that literacy is key to theempowerment of women, which in turn is key to thriving community.
    61. 61. These emerald rice fields sustain a dense population in Bangladesh thanks to a riceintensification program begun by CRWRC
    62. 62. This cooperative group now enjoys foodsecurity thanks to a rice husking projectfacilitated by PARI, CRWRC’s partner in Jamalpur district of Bangladesh
    63. 63. A farmer in rural Bangladesh stands proud in front of his cane crop
    64. 64. A member of a sewing cooperative sponsored by CRWRC
    65. 65. This cobbler has started his own business taken from the cooperative savings and creditfund, a key component to CRWRC’s strategy towork with the urban poor in Dhaka Bangladesh.
    66. 66. Illiterate only a few years ago, this woman now chairs a regional community development cooperative in Bangladesh
    67. 67. This women’s group has received training from CRWRC that helped them establish a small garment industry in slums of Dhaka Bangladesh.
    68. 68. A community trainer leads a nutrition workshop in Dhaka Bangladesh
    69. 69. Community Development wrokshop I Shillong, India, hosted by CRWRC partner, NEICORD
    70. 70. Geoff Brouwer on assignment in Tanzania
    71. 71. Roy Berkenbosch and Jim Visser meeting with staff of Sathi, one of CRWRC’s partners in Bangladesh
    72. 72. CGFB Haiti Study tour 2011. Ecole Nationale de Trouin near Leogane, Haiti.
    73. 73. Indian child
    74. 74. Indian village group
    75. 75. Combines ready to harvest crops for the Good Grains Bank
    76. 76. Combine finished harvesting for food grains program
    77. 77. Haitian child
    78. 78. 2010 Haiti earthquake damage
    79. 79. 2010 Haiti earthquake damage to Capitol building
    80. 80. Laos water well project
    81. 81. Notes to be added
    82. 82. Mali goat herd in poor condition due to drought
    83. 83. Mali cooking facilities
    84. 84. The Fulani people of Mali
    85. 85. Sara in Bangladesh
    86. 86. A new well in Sierra Leone
    87. 87. Kenya. Food distribution
    88. 88. Ethiopian dancers celebrate new irrigation project
    89. 89. Canadian Food Grains Bank distribution in Tanzania
    90. 90. A corn farmer in Lesotho
    91. 91. Digging a canal in Bangladesh
    92. 92. A sewing project in Bangladesh
    93. 93. A sorghum crop in South Sudan
    94. 94. South Sudan continues to experiencepoverty issues related to wars and drought
    95. 95. A neighborhood council in Senegalmeets for community development needs
    96. 96. A new home is completed in Haitiafter their 2010 earthquake, 3,000 th built by CRWRC
    97. 97. Jack Dalmaijer at the 40th anniversary of CRWRC in the Philippines
    98. 98. Haiti asks for earthquake help, 2010
    99. 99. A development team in Cambodia
    100. 100. Notes to be added
    101. 101. Philippines. Red Hat for AIDS group
    102. 102. Indonesia Tsunami survivor.
    103. 103. Indonesia tsunami boy.
    104. 104. Indonesia tsunami relief program
    105. 105. Indonesia older lady
    106. 106. Community development meeting
    107. 107. Children in Nicaragua
    108. 108. Greenshirts in Action
    109. 109. Niger drought victim
    110. 110. Niger. Joel, age 20 gets food rations for family.
    111. 111. Niger. Tanlimba receives free food rations
    112. 112. Kenya. Health and nutrition needs of women and children
    113. 113. Uganda. Students
    114. 114. Philippines farmer, Los Banos
    115. 115. Nicaragua YMCA volunteers youth community centre.
    116. 116. Nicaragua bakery employees gain an income through employment
    117. 117. Honduras. Pipeline brings water to a village.
    118. 118. CRWRC Guatemala staff Rev. Moises Colop and staff.
    119. 119. 1978 Meeting with community leaders Nueva Esperanza Miralta, Guatemala
    120. 120. 2012 Current Volunteers Carol Paquette Country: Honduras Position:Volunteer Community Development Assistant and Training Facilitator Inglewood CRC Country: Honduras Position: Work Team Kings University College Country: Honduras Position: Work Team Japan Work Teams Country: Japan Work Teams September 2011 to July 2012
    121. 121. 2 gentlemen with Andy Ryskamp and Ida Mutoigo

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