Canada Pledges $20M For Nutrition Projects In Africa

CTV Winnipeg: Canada puts up $20 million for nutrition programs in Africa
“Canada is working to end hunger in developing countries and it’s looking to team up with charities that have similar goals. The minister of international development took that quest to a rural Manitoba farm Tuesday afternoon. He met with supporters of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. The minister announced $20 million in funding for nutrition projects in Africa…” (7/30).

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