International Programs Emergency Relief:distributions, water access, emerg ency medical assistance, health center support temporary shelter, winter supplies and means of transportation teacher salaries. Foods Security-climate adapted agricultural inputs to farmers, training workshops, constructing irrigation systems, animal vaccinations for livestock and training on livestock management. Water and Sanitation-Increase access to clean, potable water through the rehabilitation of wells, drilling of new boreholes, hygiene awareness. Health and Nutrition -equipment and medical supplies for health clinics and hospitals, as well as the construction of some components of health facilities. Livehood-workshops to increase/diversify livehood options and training on crop management and land utilization, as well as livestock rearing and training on livestock management. Protection-psychosocial support to orpheans and other vulnerable children, sexual gender-based violence prevention, and safe spaces for refugees and IDPs. Orphan One-to-One Sponsorship -cash tranfer to orpheans. Domestic programs: Training for mental health helpine, support systems for newcomers to Canada around family violence, and supported women's centres, natural disater support, provision of food and food vouchers, education support for refugees, fellowship to train specialists who return to work in fragile contexts overseas
Health and Nutrition-including cataract prevention, capacity building primary health care, establishing health centres, providing health insurance for vulnerable children. Education and Training-rehabilitation of classrooms. Domestic: Support for victims of violence
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|Disaster/ War relief||46|
*% of emphasis is reported by the charity and does not necessarily reflect money spent.