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The CCRDA equips Canadian Christian relief and development organizations for excellence. We provide a forum where the best ideas, practices, and application of biblical principles mix to promote high performance organizations seeking God’s purpose for the world’s poor.

Excellence Matters at the CCRDA

Registration is open for CCRDA's February 21 webinar!

Click here for more information.

Webinars are free for members and $30 for non-members.



 Canada’s much-anticipated new International Assistance Policy was released June 9, a year after undertaking wide-ranging consultations with Canadians. The CCRDA and many of its members took part in these consultations and discussions arising from them and we are glad to be able to share this much-anticipated new policy with our members in order to continue these conversations.



CCRDA's 2016-2017 Annual Report highlights achievements over  the past year and identifies our new mission and vision statement as we look ahead to the future.

  You can view the Annual Report here.

CCRDA was engaged with the Global Affairs Canada International Assistance Review Consultations.  The aim was to rethink Canada’s international assistance policies and programs in order to respond better to challenges and opportunities in the new global context. 
View the CCRDA's submission to GAC on the IAR here.

"CCRDA believes we are called to action by the Word of God.  It’s not a choice. 
CCRDA challenges the very characteristic of development and aid effectiveness
through a faith-driven, holistic understanding of the nature of poverty and social justice"

 Christian Children’s Fund of Canada (CCFC)