Eight months after they were hit by the back-to-back Hurricanes Eta and Iota, many Honduran communities remain vulnerable.
On the National Day of the Haitian Women's Movement, our partner honours the achievements and leadership of a woman who serves as a “focal point” for her community.
For nearly 10 years, Canadians have contributed with compassion and generosity to help millions of Syrians survive the ravages of war, hunger, poverty and displacement.
The World Day of Migrants and Refugees is an occasion to be reminded that displaced people everywhere, including the Rohingya, need all the help that Canadians can offer.
Benilda "Kap Bening" Madronero proudly shows off her richly verdant rice paddy in the municipality of Carigara on the island of Leyte in the Philippines.
Across the Global South, women are overcoming longstanding vulnerabilities and adversities to care for their families in the new reality of the pandemic.
On World Refugee Day, we look at how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting forcibly displaced communities and how Development and Peace’s partners are serving them.
South American Church leaders call for “urgent and unified action to avoid a humanitarian and environmental tragedy” in the Amazon.
Development and Peace signs an open letter from the international cooperation sector, addressed to Canada’s Minister of...
Development and Peace’s project oversight officer offers an overview of our Haitian partners’ response to the coronavirus pandemic.