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“With the generous support of Global Affairs Canada, and Canadians, we are currently implementing the following projects. They include a variety of interventions that help children and communities, such as accessing quality health care and education; realizing child rights to protection; providing humanitarian assistance in emergencies; and enhancing women’s economic empowerment.”

  • Emergency Support to Drought Affected Communities in West Guji Zone, Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia

  • Increased Access to Life-Saving WASH and Protection Services for South Sudanese Refugees and Host Communities in West Nile Region, Uganda

  • Emergency Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) and Protection Interventions for South Sudanese Refugees and Host Communities in the West Nile Sub-Region of Uganda

  • Improving Resilience and Wellbeing of Populations Affected by Conflict in Borno State North-East Nigeria, through Integrated GBV and Livelihood Assistance

  • Emergency Protection and Nutrition Response to Crisis-Affected Communities in Ouham Prefecture, Central African Republic

  • Strengthening Health Outcomes for Women and Children (SHOW)

  • The Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment through Enhanced Participation in South Punjab’s Dairy Sector (WEE)

  • Leading for Peace: Supporting the Rights of Children and Youth in Colombia

  • The Emergency Response and Resilience of El Nino Crisis-Affected Communities in West Haraghe Zone, Oromia Region

  • Bauchi Opportunities for Responsive Neonatal and Maternal Health(BORN)
  • Integrated Pathways for Improving Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (InPATH)
  • Uzazi Salama Rukwa project
  • The Education in Harmony: Supporting Vulnerable Syrian Refugee and Host Community Children, Egypt project
  • Creating Safer Schools in Kenya (otherwise known as Tulinde Tusome)
  • The Building Youth's Human Capital for Economic Growth: A Canadian Public-Private Partnership in Burkina Faso
  • Strengthening Support to Child Protection Through Education in Senegal