La Francophonie represents 274 million people across the globe. It provides Canadians with a multitude of opportunities for training, university partnerships and professional networking. It offers our artists greater visibility and our athletes a chance to shine at the Francophonie Games.
This call for preliminary proposals, entitled Partnerships for Her Voice, Her Choice, is part of the $650-million funding over three years announced by Minister Bibeau in support of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
Canada is committed to providing humanitarian assistance and responding to the needs of the poorest and most vulnerable. Palestinian refugees endure high levels of poverty, unemployment and food insecurity. By helping to meet their humanitarian needs, Canada also contributes to stability in the region.
Canada strongly condemns the increasing and deliberate attacks against innocent girls, boys, women and men in eastern Ghouta. This deliberate targeting of civilians, medical professionals, first responders and humanitarian workers is shocking. The Assad regime, backed by its allies, Russia and Iran, is responsible for these crimes against humanity.
Canada today announced $35.5 million in development assistance for three projects aimed at improving women and girls’ health and promoting their sexual and reproductive rights. Canada also revealed five new projects selected through the call for proposals entitled Haiti: Strengthening Agri-food Value Chains and Adaptation to Climate Change in Haiti” which was announced by Minister Bibeau in November 2016.
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