Canada is providing assistance to address the critical needs of millions of vulnerable people across sub-Saharan Africa, including women and children suffering from a lack of access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their daily needs —the result of severe drought and conflict.
Today, Canada announced an additional $15 million in humanitarian and development assistance in Kenya. This funding, allocated to trusted partners, will help save lives and alleviate suffering in the following ways
Let me begin by thanking Masood, Nancy, and the leadership and scholars of CGD [Center for Global Development] for hosting this important event at such a critical time. To bring together this level of expertise in one place to discuss the links between women’ and girls’ reproductive choices and their economic empowerment is one of the many reasons we appreciate working with the centre.
As a result of the $12.5 million in donations made by Canadians to the Myanmar Crisis Relief Fund between August 25 and November 28, 2017, the Government of Canada will contribute $12.55 million to the fund.
The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade, and the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, today issued the following statement
On International Anti-Corruption Day, we remind ourselves and the world of the corrosive power of corruption. It prevents societies from progressing and individuals from reaching their full potential. Corruption undermines governance, disrupts the market, diverts public resources, endangers lives and impedes development.
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