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7 years after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, Canada’s development efforts in Haiti remain strong. In addition to our longer term development work, we are working with the International Organization for Migration to contribute towards the final relocation of the remaining displaced Haitians & with UNICEF, PAHO-WHO and other organizations in fighting the cholera epidemic
Canada has a coordinated approach to respond to the ongoing crisis in Syria and its impact on the region. By working with partners, Canada is committing $1.1 billion dollars to assist those most affected with basic needs like food and shelter, help build local capacity to provide services like education and health, and foster inclusive growth and employment for women and youth. #ThisHappened
Over the last year, Canada made significant progress to improve the lives of the most vulnerable in developing countries, especially for women and girls. Here are 10 of Canada’s notable contributions for 2016 #ThisHappened
In 2016, Canada re-engaged with the world. Whether in response to the Syrian conflict, by fighting HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria or by reviewing policies to focus on women and girls. Minister Bibeau reflects on five major achievements Canada made on the international scene in 2016. #ThisHappened #yearinreview2016

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Over the last year, Canada made significant progress to improve the lives of the most vulnerable in developing countries, especially for women and girls. Here are 10 of Canada’s notable contributions for 2016 #ThisHappened
In 2016, Canada joined all other G7 countries to support @UNRWA ’s efforts to meet the needs of vulnerable Palestinian #refugees. Canada’s contribution will help increase access to education, health, social services and urgent humanitarian assistance for millions of Palestinian refugees, particularly women and children. #ThisHappened [ Ow.ly Link ]
Renewing Canada’s international assistance. 15,000+ people in 65+ countries contributed to 2016 International Assistance Review consultations. #ThisHappened
Over the last year, Canada made significant progress to improve the lives of the most vulnerable in developing countries, especially for women and girls. Here are 10 of Canada’s notable contributions for 2016 #ThisHappened
This past September, leaders from every corner of the world came together in Montreal at the Fifth Replenishment Conference of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. By uniting around a common vision of a better and healthier future, the conference raised over 12.9 billion in pledges, a remarkable amount which will be instrumental in ending these devastating diseases as...
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Canada defends humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independence, insisting these be respected unconditionally. Civilians and humanitarian workers should never be a target. #NotATarget #ThisHappened
Civilians can never be a target. This must end. #NotATarget #StandWithAleppo #Syria
Partners advocate a proactive approach to delivering #humanitarian assistance in #DevCanada consultations [ Ow.ly Link ] @CCCICCIC
Esraa, 15, was in grade five when she dropped out of school in 2011. Her parents enrolled her this school year into a UNICEF -supported self-learning program designed for children who lost years of #education. Now, Esraa enjoys spending most of her day studying hard for her upcoming exams
Shaed, 12, is a refugee from Syria and comes to the Makani learning centre in Mafraq, Jordan, to draw, learn and interact with others her age, many of whom have had similar experiences of fleeing war and destruction. "The best is to draw and to remember the time before the war," said Shaed. "I had a good life there. I miss everything. My friends and my school," said Shaed. At the Makani...
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On #HumanRightsDay Canada is standing up for #humanrights and those who defend them. Canada promotes the empowerment of women and girls as decision-makers and agents of change in economic, social and political processes. #ActionsMatter #16Days
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Statement by Ministers Dion, Freeland and Bibeau marking Human Rights Day: “Today, we highlight and pay tribute to human rights defenders all over the world, who work tirelessly to promote and protect the rights of their fellow human beings, often at great personal risk.”

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Standing up for human rights and those who defend them - Canada News Centre

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Corruption is a major obstacle to sustainable development and is destructive in all its forms. Whether it be used to seek unfair advantages, evade justice, gain power or impose hardship, corruption leaves little room for democracy to flourish and economic growth to be inclusive. It keeps people down, disproportionately affecting the poor by diverting resources from essential services such as...
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Partners focus on women and girls in #DevCanada consultations [ Ow.ly Link ] @oxfamcanada
Joint statement from the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States on the situation in Aleppo (Syria)

A humanitarian disaster is taking place before our very eyes. Some 200,000 civilians, including many children, in eastern Aleppo are cut off from food and medicine supplies. Aleppo is being subjected to daily bombings and artillery attacks by the...
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Joint statement from the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States on the situation in Aleppo (Syria)

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