Emergency Relief for Internally Displaced Persons
HOPE International Development Agency | Country: Sudan | Amount: $25,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
Emergency Relief for Internally Displaced Persons is being delivered by HOPE and its local partners due to the conflict situation in Southern Sudan. This includes food, cooking utensils, plates, cups and jerry cans.
Enhancing Livelihood Opportunities
Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund | Country: Sri Lanka | Amount: $16,316 | Funded in 2010/2011
Enhancing Livelihood Opportunities will facilitate resettlement of returnee families in their original villages of Mannar District of Sri Lanka, enhancing their livelihood opportunities through improved local agricultural infrastructure, capacity building and the promotion of ecological agriculture.
Farmer’s First Project
Canadian Physicians for Aid & Relief | Country: Tanzania | Amount: $12,745 | Funded in 2010/2011
The Farmer’s First project supports vulnerable households, with a focus on women-headed households and those affected by HIV. This project will work on improving their food security while managing their natural resources sustainably.
From The Soil & Seeds Up!
USC Canada | Country: Nepal | Amount: $10,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
From The Soil & Seeds Up! increases the capacity of Nepali NGOs in governance and baseline data collection. USC will work with over 50 local NGOs and cooperatives on governance issues. There will also be training and mobilization to collect multifaceted and multi-stakeholder baseline data on agri-biodiversity, climate change, rural economics and gender equality.
Helping Marginalized and Vulnerable Youth
| Country: Mexico | Amount: $10,058 | Funded in 2010/2011
This project, at the YMCA of Baja California, is Helping Marginalized and Vulnerable Youth by providing a refuge to young people and children who have been detained or deported from the United States. This program protects youth from the dangerous streets of Tijuana and participation in drugs, prostitution and violent crime.
Amigos de Luis, Inc. | Country: Dominican Republic | Amount: $4,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
Humanitarian Visit will involve school personnel and students from Ste. Anne, Manitoba working with a girls’ orphanage and school to build recreational structures, plant a garden and deliver primary school programs on the northern coast of the Dominican Republic.
Improving Food Security & Natural Resource Conservation
World Renew | Country: Honduras | Amount: $12,740 | Funded in 2010/2011
The Improving Food Security & Natural Resource Conservation project will work with 150 rural households, promoting sustainable food production and conservation of the natural environment through raising awareness in local communities of environmental issues.
In Support of a More Literate Environment
CODE | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $10,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
CODE is working In Support of a More Literate Environment, providing children’s learning materials, strengthening resource and education networks, implementing librarianship training to 20 reading room attendants, and offering teacher training to 54 other attendants. 33,000 children in 33 districts will benefit from this project.
Institutional Capacity Building & Strengthening
| Country: Nicaragua | Amount: $11,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
This Institutional Capacity Building & Strengthening project provides FUNARTE with the opportunity to continue developing their internal capacity to deliver programming with children and youth and integrate gender equity analysis within their internal management and external activities. Through improved management policies and procedures, FUNARTE will be able to ensure that resources are employed in the most strategic and efficient manner.
Integrated Emergency Health Assistance for Children & Families Affected by Monsoon Floods in Remote
Save the Children - Canada | Country: Pakistan | Amount: $50,000 | Funded in 2010/2011
Integrated Emergency Health Assistance for Children & Families Affected by Monsoon Floods in Remote Areas of Swat will provide primary health care services, with a focus on emergency maternal, newborn and child health, to 40,000 families severely affected by flooding.
This project was part of $200,000 received from the Government of Manitoba, designated specifically to respond to the July 2010 flooding in Pakistan.