DFATD does not maintain a significant international development assistance program in Somalia, but does provide substantial support to ease the humanitarian crisis in East Africa, through its multilateral and global programs.
Somalia may also benefit from other DFATD programs, such as:
- Geographic regional programs including:
- Partnerships with Canadians programs that support the efforts of selected Canadian organizations working in developing countries
Although Canada does not have direct programming in MNCH in Somalia Canada has improved the health of women and children by working with Canadian and global partners. See all maternal, newborn and child health projects in Somalia.
Visit the Canada delivers results for the world’s women and children page for more information.
2012-2013 CIDA disbursements in Somalia
Total: $30.38 million
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