Children are learning to care for and help people outside of Canada at a walk that aims to end global poverty.
Regina’s World Partnership Walk dominated much of Wascana Park on Sunday, with hundreds joining in for a stroll through the park or to take in live entertainment.
Ahsen Saifuloah said he walked and raised money last year as well.
“Maybe one day, just one day, maybe, I might be in their shoes and I might need their help, so who knows,” Saifuloah said.
Standing nearby, his friend Zeeshan Ali said preparing for the event has taught him about the need for help in third-world countries.
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