"In 1996 PWRDF Executive Director Robin Gibson hired [Jose Zarate] to visit and consult with Indigenous communities with whom the Anglican Church had worked. These communities identified four areas as strategic ways in which PWRDF could come alongside: restoring language and culture; working with youth; empowering women, health and wellness; and inter-Indigenous networking. Our aim was to build a new partnership based on principles of trust, equal respect and the assurance that indigenous peoples would be the ones who identify the work -- the who, when, where, how and what they would like to accomplish. Later that year  PWRDF hosted a face-to-face Indigenous partners gathering in Six Nations of the Grand River; Ohsweken, Ontario. Together with the 2011 Indigenous Partners Roundtable in Calgary, Alberta, these consultations have shaped our vision and activities".
"Special Edition". "This issue of 'Under the Sun' is dedicated to celebrating PWRDF's 50th anniversary; showcasing where we've been, where we're at and our plans and thoughts for the future. This issue also serves as The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund's 2007 annual report". "From the launch [of our anniversary celebrations] in October 2008 to its conclusion in June 2010, we've got some big things underway and we look forward to sharing them with you and welcoming you on board". "During 2007/2008 PWRDF has touched hundreds of thousands of lives through its development programs, in 25 countries including Canada with 99 partners .... Thanks to your generous support, Anglicans contributed $4,549,323. PWRDF signed a 3-year funding agreement with CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency) in August 2008 for $3,717,000. PWRDF will contribute an additional $1,106,250 to create a program that will focus on the health sector in 4 countries with 6 partners over the next three years". Article signed by The Most Rev. Fred Hiltz, Primate and President, The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund and Ms. Cheryl Curtis, Executive Director, The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund.
Financial statements for 2011-2012 included as part of the PWRDF 2011 annual report. Statements grouped into four sections: PWRDF Diocesan Contributions 2009-2011; PWRDF Revenue Allocation; PWRDF Program Allocation; and Financial Statement April 1, 2011-March 31, 2012.
"Food and health" edition. "One key aspect of PWRDF's new All Mothers and Children Count (AMCC) project is ensuring that pregnant women, nursing mothers, and young children have enough food to eat. This is an important way to improve their health. AMCC is funded in conjunction with the Government of Canada, and is taking place in Burundi, Mozambique, Rwanda and Tanzania. Each country has its own unique needs and approaches to addressing the gaps in nutrition and access to food for pregnant women, mothers, and young children". Article accompanied by colour map of Africa showing all countries.
"Food and health" edition. "Burundi faces the worst problems of the four countries with regard to malnutrition and stunted growth in children. Pre-natal vitamins for mothers, nutrition education, kitchen gardening, and community health workers will all help to alleviate this situation. 'Overcoming malnutrition' on page 4 [separately indexed] provides a more in depth look at PWRDF's work with Village Health Works in Burundi". [Text of entire article.]
"Food and health" edition. "EHALE ('health' in the local language) is PWRDF's partner in Mozambique. Their work focuses on the grass roots. EHALE supports a variety of community workers in the villages, including safe motherhood promoters. nutrition promoters, gender equality promoters, garden supervisors. and model farmers. These last are villagers who learn new farming techniques, then use their kitchen gardens or small plots of land to demonstrate for their neighbours. The community workers also liaise with the formal health system, helping to make sure pregnant women go to clinics as necessary, using bicycle ambulances and Mothers-in-Waiting houses to help ensure that the deliveries go smoothly". [Text of entire article.]
"Food and health" edition. "Of the four countries, Rwanda has the strongest public hospital system. PWRDF works with Partners in Health to supplement that system by encouraging kitchen gardens and providing nutrition training to help mothers know what to grow and how to prepare it for their families, as well as supporting community health workers to monitor, teach and liaise with the health care system". [Text of entire article.]
"Food and health" edition. "The Diocese of Masasi works with farming communities where families have enough land for crops and livestock. Their education programs teach seed conservation, organic farming techniques and more. Farmers receive seed and tools to help them get started, and in exchange give 20% of the seed they harvest back to the program to benefit new families the next season. Livestock also help to produce nutrition for mothers and children. They also provide income". "This focus on crops and livestock as sources of income and not just nutrition is helping mothers and children to improve their lives significantly in the project villages".
"Special Edition". "Notice is hereby provided of the Anglican General Meeting of The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund / Le fonds du Primat pour le secours et le développement mondial to be held at Church House in Toronto, Ontario on Saturday, November 8, 2008 starting at 2.00 o'clock in the afternoon (Eastern Daylight Time). By order of the President, Laura Marie Piotrowicz, Secretary, www.pwrdf.org". [Text of entire article.]
"The outpouring of support for Fort McMurray, Alberta in the spring of 2016 was tremendous. Canada watched with concern as a wildfire descended on a community of over 80,000 people, forcing them all to evacuate. The Dioceses of Athabasca and Edmonton began to respond immediately to the needs of the tens of thousands driving south from Fort McMurray through their parishes and volunteers. Anglicans responded through the PWRDF, donating more than a quarter of a million dollars for relief efforts. PWRDF is working with a steering committee created by priests and lay leaders from the Fort McMurray parishes of St. Thomas and All Saints to oversee the relief work undertaken. Committee members were all evacuees themselves, and therefore have firsthand information and experience about the needs and challenges surrounding the rebuilding of Fort McMurray, both in terms of infrastructure and socially. The will design, implement and monitor the projects using the funds from PWRDF".