Funders

GAC-AMC-55e

Global Affairs Canada

Global Affairs Canada advances Canada’s values and interests internationally, delivers international programs, and administers Canada’s international aid program to alleviate poverty in the developing world and provide humanitarian assistance. The department provides commercial and consular services to Canadians at home and abroad, and manages the Government of Canada’s global network of missions.

Ministère des Relations internationales du Québec

Ministère des Relations internationales du Québec

The Ministère des relations internationales aims to promote and defend Quebec’s interests internationally, ensuring respect for its skills and consistency of government action. The Direction du développement international of the ministry, in collaboration with the Association québécoise des organismes de coopération international, funds the Québec sans frontières program offered by CWY.

Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation

The Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation is a coalition of organizations involved in international development and committed to the recognition of the dignity of all people and their right to self-determination, to the protection of the world’s fragile environment, and to the promotion of global understanding, cooperation, peace and justice.

Manitoba Council for International Cooperation

The Manitoba Council for International Cooperation is a coalition of organizations involved in international development, who are committed to respect, empowerment and self-determination for all peoples; development that protects the world’s environment; and global understanding, cooperation and social justice.

Fondation Louise Grenier

The foundation intends to use its assets to financially support charities that are qualified donation recipients under the income tax law and that support sustainable development in developing countries by alleviating poverty and improving education. To date, the foundation has funded CWY development projects in Mali in 2010, Honduras in 2011 and Benin in 2012.

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