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Photos: Canada Cares concert in Toronto

Serena Ryder and Jully Black took the stage at the #CanadaCares concert in Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto last night. The event also highlighted the tremendous work of Canadian organizations in promoting maternal and child health.

Showing Canada cares with free outdoor concert on May 29th

What better way to celebrate Canada’s part in saving millions of lives than with the free #CanadaCares outdoor concert and family day. We hope you'll join us on May 29 in Toronto for a day of family activities and entertainment that will show how we're making a difference in the lives of women and children around the world.

It takes a village to raise a child

To mark International Women's Day, we share a story from Mali, where the Canadian Red Cross is working to improve women and children's health.

Over 274 Malian children under the age of five die every day, mainly from preventable causes. Since 2012, the Canadian and Malian Red Cross Societies have been working together to implement a maternal, newborn, and child health project to deliver Basic Healthcare in the Community.

International Development Week: Red Cross in action

As we celebrate International Development Week, we wanted to share some photos of the positive impact Canadian Red Cross programs are having in countries such as Kenya, Honduras, Bolivia, Sudan and Mali.

International Development Week: Highlighting Red Cross Maternal, Newborn and Child Health in Kenya

 This week, February 2-8, is International Development Week; an opportunity to explore how Canadian Red Cross efforts are making a difference around the world.

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