Careforce International helps children complete their education and provides vocational training so that youth can find employment generating an income that provides for themselves and their families a sustainable livelihood.

News & Updates

Village of Hope: A Brief Report

Careforce International’s Village of Hope, located in Burkina Faso, is a place for orphaned and impoverished children to receive education, healthcare, and foundational Christian instruction. In 2013, more than 400 children attended the school, thanks to the...

Nabrabogo News Update

January 10th a work team from Canada arrived to start work on the clinic in Nabrabogo. The old roof was removed, old moldy ceilings were torn down and the walls were given a good scrub. New roof, new ceilings and a fresh coat of coat applied inside and out made the...

CFPC Vocational Training Centre Presentation & Luncheon

You’re Invited! We’re excited to announce that Roger and Chris Bast, our CFPC Vocational Training Centre program leaders, will be visiting Canada this spring. We will be hosting a luncheon for them on May 27 in at Golf’s Steakhouse in Kitchener. In addition to a...

Canadian Ambassador Visits CFPC

On Tuesday January 14, 2014 Mr. Ivan Roberts, Canadian Ambassador to Burkina Faso, visited CFPC Vocational Training Centre in Nabrabogo.  He had been invited by Roger Bast to see the work being done at a nearby maternity clinic and to learn more about CFPC.  A...

Philippine Emergency Update #3

Mary Friesen “As a proud Filipina, who’s family and heritage comes from Leyte (even though I was born in Manila), I couldn’t keep sitting in the comfort of my Kitchener home in Canada and not do anything about it …” On Wednesday Nov 27 Mary Friesen leaves for the...

Nabrabogo Village Dispensary Roof

Medical facilities in Burkina Faso do not compare to those available to us here in Canada.  The dispensary building in the village of Nabrabogo, where the CFPC compound is located, was constructed a few years ago by local contractors but is already in need of a major...

Nabrabogo Newsletter – Fall 2013

As I start to write this letter and look back over the past 3 months it has been a time of contrasts, joys and frustrations. Let me share the joys first and they have been many. Our biggest joy was to see our first class graduate on September 6. The weather was not...