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As a leading international donor, Canada provides over CAD$5 billion per year in official development assistance (ODA) to reduce hunger and poverty and improve quality of life for the world’s poorest. Between 2001 and 2010 Canada doubled its spending on foreign aid. From 2004 to 2010, Canada doubled assistance to sub-Saharan Africa (albeit against an adjusted target) by CAD$802 million, to deliver a total of CAD$1.94 billion. MORE
A Summary of ONE’s Position for the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness, Busan MORE
Commitments made at Busan should be carried through and cut across other international forums and initiatives as best practices to guide development activities, improve results in meeting development outcomes in health, education, and agriculture, and speed progress in reducing poverty. MORE
A closer look at the specific, measurable goals we must achieve by 2015 to help us begin to end HIV/AIDS. MORE
Investments in agriculture can have a huge impact on many of the world's poorest people, particularly in Africa. MORE
As a result of the current famine in Somalia, 30,000 children died between April and July 2011, and four million people throughout the country are food insecure, including three million in south Somalia. MORE