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1 août 2011

Canada’s humanitarian aid in the Americas: Searching for an identity


Par : François Audet (expert associé)

With the exception of Haiti, Canadian humanitarian action in the Americas amounts to little compared to the resources devoted to aid activities in Africa or Southeast Asia.

Focal Point, July-August 2011, Volume 10, No. 6,

With the exception of Haiti, Canadian humanitarian action in the Americas amounts to little compared to the resources devoted to aid activities in Africa or Southeast Asia. This perhaps reflects the fact that countries in the Americas are better equipped on the structural and organizational levels to deal with the risks and hazards that can result in humanitarian disasters. Furthermore, it seems that too few strategies have been developed in terms of risk reduction, disaster prevention and climate change mitigation.



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