Have you submitted your proposal yet? Canada is inviting all Canadian partners to submit their proposals to improve green economic growth for Indigenous woman and youth in Guatemala by June 9, 2017.
Have you submitted your proposal yet Canada is inviting all Canadian partners
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On this #EarthDay, read the joint OpEd by Minister Bibeau and Monique Barbut, Executive Secretary, United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD). Canada recently rejoined the UNCCD to help international partners fight #desertification and address the effects of #climatechange. “The effects of climate change are not always obvious to us. Yet, they are undeniable...” [ Ow.ly Link ]
On this EarthDay read the joint OpEd by Minister Bibeau and Monique

How Canada Is Taking Action To Combat Desertification

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LIVE NOW - Minister Bibeau discusses ending extreme poverty and boosting shared prosperity with World Bank #ItsPossible
Excellent New York Times article on history of research and treatment advances to fight cholera in Bangladesh. Over the years, Canada has provided significant support to the International Center for Diarrheal Disease Research (ICDDR), an organisation heavily credited for treatment advancements.

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Excellent New York Times article on history of research and treatment advances

Turning the Tide Against Cholera

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Tune in! Live discussion with Minister Bibeau on the Banque mondiale Facebook page #ItsPossible

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Tune in Live discussion with Minister Bibeau on the Banque mondiale Facebook
Manju lives in Rangpur #Bangladesh. As a child, she was not able to attend school and later found it difficult to make ends meet to support her family. Thanks to a Plan International Bangladesh project funded by Canada Manju was able to receive training on microenterprise development and a small grant to purchase a food cart to start up her business. Manju now sells small packs of sweets,...
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Manju lives in Rangpur Bangladesh As a child she was not able
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Farah Mohamed, a refugee who fled Uganda and came to Canada as a child, is Malala Fund’s new CEO. Another inspiring Canadian will now lead the fight for girls’ education around the world side by side with Malala. Well done! #GirlPowerTrip

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Farah Mohamed a refugee who fled Uganda and came to Canada as

Introducing Malala Fund’s new CEO, Farah Mohamed – Malala Fund

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Canada’s International Development – Global Affairs Canada 04/12/2017

Follow Malala's Girl Power Trip

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Malala Yousafzai receives honorary Canadian citizenship
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Canada is proud to welcome Malala Yousafzai, Global education activist and Honorary Canadian citizen #EducationForAll #EqualityMatters Malala Fund
Canada is proud to welcome Malala Yousafzai Global education activist and Honorary
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Canada agrees with Malala: children worldwide have the right to #EducationForAll #EqualityMatters #YesAllgirls Malala Fund
Canada agrees with Malala children worldwide have the right to EducationForAll E
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Read Minister Bibeau’s OpEd on how improving girls’ #nutrition unlocks their power & full potential.
“Good nutrition is not only fuel for strong bodies, it also provides power that unlocks potential. This was a lesson I learned from 18-year-old Alima Mbaye, who lives in Thiès, Senegal...”

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Read Minister Bibeaus OpEd on how improving girls nutrition unlocks their power
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Canada is excited and honoured to host Malala this week #EducationforAll #EqualityMatters
Canada is excited and honoured to host Malala this week EducationforAll EqualityMatters

Follow Malala's Girl Power Trip

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Building resilience is everyone’s business: civil society, governments, donors and financial institutions
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Lessons of the southern Africa drought crisis

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