June 20-21 –Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat 199 Sussex Drive, OttawaIn partnership with the Aga Khan Foundation Canada Day 1Day 1 will build your understanding of the tools, features, benefits and challenges of non-grant and grant based funding models for development in the context of innovative finance.Day 2Day 2 unpacks opportunities for civil society organizations to harness innovative finance for social change. It will also offer an opportunity for program staff to learn how CCIC members have harnessed innovative finance to realize…Find out more »
On Tuesday, June 4th, the Prime Minister made an announcement committing to increase federal government contributions to reach $1.4 billion annually, starting in 2023, in support of women and girls’ health around the world. Making a ten-year commitment, this funding will support sexual and reproductive health rights and maternal, newborn, and child health – with $700 million of the annual investment dedicated to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Together these commitments are framed as the “Thrive Agenda”.
Given the significance of this announcement – with implications for both Canadian ODA and GAC programming – and the many advocacy lessons this process has revealed, CCIC has arranged to host a webinar to share critical insights on these topics with CSO stakeholders.Find out more »