Christian Aid Ministries of Waterloo, (Canada) was founded in 1984 as a non-profit, tax organization. Its primary purpose is to provide a exempt trustworthy, efficient channel for Amish and Conservative Mennonite churches and individuals to minister to physical and spiritual needs around the world. Other groups and individuals are also welcome to participate.

Recent Updates

Famine In Africa

Some areas of East Africa are experiencing its worst drought in sixty years, and tens of thousands of people have died from malnutrition-related causes. In Somalia, described as the “epicenter of the famine,” more than half the population is in urgent need of food, with 3.7 million people at risk for starvation.

A UN report says the last time conditions were this bad was in 1992 when hundreds of thousands of Somalis starved to death.

Famine In Africa

Victims of Famine Seek Treatment at Mogadishu Hospital
Parents wait with their malnourished and dehydrated children in a corridor at Banadir Hospital in the Somali capital Mogadishu. Somalia is gripped by a devastating drought and famine that has already killed tens of thousands and is leaving many hundreds of thousands more, particularly young children and babies, in desperate need of emergency life-saving humanitarian assistance from the outside world. (UN Photo by Stuart Price)


Disasters In Canada


Clean up ‘work’ in progress – after the Richelieu River Flood, Quebec


USA - Storms

Tornados moved through many parts of Southern USA in April