Grants and Contributions

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In June 2016, as part of the Open Government Action Plan, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) committed to increasing the transparency and usefulness of grants and contribution data and subsequently launched the Guidelines on the Reporting of Grants and Contributions Awards, effective April 1, 2018.

The rules and principles governing government grants and contributions are outlined in the Treasury Board Policy on Transfer Payments. Transfer payments are transfers of money, goods, services or assets made from an appropriation to individuals, organizations or other levels of government, without the federal government directly receiving goods or services in return, but which may require the recipient to provide a report or other information subsequent to receiving payment. These expenditures are reported in the Public Accounts of Canada. The major types of transfer payments are grants, contributions and \'other transfer payments\'.

Included in this category, but not to be reported under proactive disclosure of awards, are (1) transfers to other levels of government such as Equalization payments as well as Canada Health and Social Transfer payments. (2) Grants and contributions reallocated or otherwise redistributed by the recipient to third parties; and (3) information that would normally be withheld under the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act.

Grants and Contributions Dataset
Found 372 records

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Agreement:

Access to legal services in perinatal and early childhood

Number:

12228858

Duration: from Jul 5, 2022 to Mar 31, 2026
Description:

This project aims to provide legal resources, services and advice to pregnant racialized women and their families living in vulnerable situations.

Organization: Department of Justice Canada
Program Name: Justice Partnership and Innovation Program
Location: Montréal, QC, CA H3S1L8

Not-for-profit organization or charity

Agreement:

Multi-Country Humanitarian Appeals - UNICEF 2022

Number:

7440339 P011383001

Duration: from Jun 6, 2022 to Dec 31, 2024
Description:

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the protection of children's rights, help meet their basic needs and expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. In countries experiencing humanitarian crises, UNICEF fulfills its mandate through humanitarian assistance programming activities outlined under the Humanitarian Action for Children appeal and guided by its Core Commitments for Children.

With the support of Canada and other donors, UNICEF provides an integrated package of life-saving services to conflict and disaster-affected children and families. Project activities include: (1) providing water, sanitation and hygiene facilities; (2) treating children for severe acute malnutrition; (3) providing emergency education programming for children and adolescents; (4) providing child protection safe spaces including gender-based violence risk mitigation, prevention or response interventions for children and women; and (5) providing basic health care.

Organization: Global Affairs Canada
Program Name: International Development Assistance Program
Location: New York, zz, US

$3,000,000.00

Jun 2, 2022

Not-for-profit organization or charity

Agreement:

Democratic Republic of the Congo Crisis - Emergency Assistance - Doctors of the World 2022-2023

Number:

7440016 P011411001

Duration: from Jun 2, 2022 to May 31, 2024
Description:

Project activities include: (1) providing infants and pregnant and lactating women with moderate and severe acute malnutrition treatments though mobile clinics; (2) providing households with malnutrition screening tools; (3) providing at least 28,000 beneficiaries with SRH or GBV services; and (4) providing at least 27,342 beneficiaries with primary health care services.

Organization: Global Affairs Canada
Program Name: International Development Assistance Program
Location: Montreal, QC, CA H2X 1E6

$3,000,000.00

Apr 25, 2022

Not-for-profit organization or charity

Agreement:

Nigeria Crisis – Emergency Assistance - Save the Children 2022-2023

Number:

7439624 P011418001

Duration: from Apr 25, 2022 to Mar 31, 2024
Description:

February 2022 - Twelve years of conflict between Islamist insurgents and government forces in northeastern Nigeria have left the region facing a desperate humanitarian crisis, characterized by mass population displacement and severe human rights abuses, including abductions, killings, and sexual violence. Destruction of infrastructure has left most of the population without access to safe water, sanitation or health care. Widespread food insecurity, worsened by the ongoing impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, has left the region on the brink of famine. Across the three conflict-affected states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe, an estimated 8.3 million people will need humanitarian assistance in 2022.

With GAC’s support, Save the Children prevents and treats acute malnutrition, improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene, and providing protection services for up to 121,869 conflict-affected internally displaced persons and host communities in Nigeria’s Borno state.

Project activities include: (1) identifying and treating acute malnutrition; (2) rehabilitating water points and gender-responsive sanitation facilities and latrines; (3) providing case-management and other services to survivors of sexual and gender based-violence or those at risk; and (4) engaging with community stakeholders to improve their understanding of and response to protection risks.

Organization: Global Affairs Canada
Program Name: International Development Assistance Program
Location: Toronto, ON, CA M2P 2A8

$7,000,000.00

Mar 28, 2022

Not-for-profit organization or charity

Agreement:

Sudan and South Sudan Food Security Crisis - Gender-Responsive Nutrition – CARE Canada 2022 -2023

Number:

7439159 P011404001

Duration: from Mar 28, 2022 to Sep 30, 2023
Description:

In addition, the project will provide more equitable access to critical basic health and water, sanitation and hygiene services in communities targeted with nutrition programming (especially for children under 5 and pregnant and lactating women and girls) to reduce the risk and support the successful treatment of malnutrition.

Organization: Global Affairs Canada
Program Name: International Development Assistance Program
Location: Ottawa, ON, CA K2E 7X6

$15,000,000.00

Mar 8, 2022

Not-for-profit organization or charity

Agreement:

Building Rights for Improved Girls' Health in Tanzania (BRIGHT)

Number:

7437996 P009725001

Duration: from Mar 8, 2022 to Mar 31, 2029
Description:

The Building Rights for Improved Girls’ Health in Tanzania (BRIGHT) project focuses particularly on empowering girls who are young, in-and-out of school or pregnant. Project activities include: (1) utilizing nutrition-specific interventions, including iron and folic acid supplementation, as an entry point to provide young or pregnant girls with equitable, gender-responsive and adolescent-friendly sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), nutrition and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) protection services; (2) using youth-centered, feminist and rights-based interventions to empower girls of different age groups to respond to the distinct barriers faced by young adolescent girls (10-14 years of age), out-of-school older adolescents (17-19 years of age), nomadic and pastoral communities and hard to reach vulnerable populations such as pregnant adolescents; (3) building agency and empowering adolescents (10-19 years of age) to exercise their sexual and reproductive health and nutrition rights; (4) promoting a pandemic-responsive and resilient health system by improving health systems and infrastructure; (5) supporting and delivering an integrated package of SRHR and nutrition services, including family planning/contraception; gender-based violence prevention and response services, adolescent-friendly antenatal, postnatal and post-abortion care, and nutrition support and counseling; (6) promoting gender equality and income generation and entrepreneurial skills for girls and life skills training to support out-of-school older adolescent girls; (7) strengthening gender-responsive and adolescent-friendly governance and accountability systems and structures; and (8) increasing adolescent participation in community-based accountability platforms and redistributing the burden of unpaid care by addressing deeply entrenched social norms.

Organization: Global Affairs Canada
Program Name: International Development Assistance Program
Location: Ottawa, ON, CA K2P 2K3

$489,523.00

Feb 1, 2022

Individual or sole proprietorship

Agreement:

O. Gr.: Addr. the Health Impacts of COVID-19 - Indigenous Health Research

Number:

163811

Duration: from Feb 1, 2022 to Jan 31, 2024
Description:

To be eligible to the competition, applications must address ALL three (3) objectives AND respond to at least one (1) research area; AND to at least one (1) of its sub-research areas;

Understand the extent and impact of the indirect and wider health consequences of COVID-19 and the resilience of people of Canada and/or globally; AND (Updated: 2021-09-16)
Identify effective interventions (policy, practice and/or models of care) to ameliorate the wider impacts of COVID-19 and improve preparedness for future health emergencies and pandemics; AND
Generate evidence related to one or more marginalized population(s), including for instance: communities marginalized by race; First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Urban Indigenous Peoples; communities historically excluded from research; those experiencing health inequity; persons with disabilities and individuals across diverse health status (e.g. high risk populations, individuals with comorbid conditions); those experiencing gendered impacts of the pandemic; and those in life stages that have been underrepresented in research (e.g. pregnant people, children, older adults).

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Program Name: Research in Priority Areas
Location: Toronto, ON, CA M5B 1W8

$258,491.00

Feb 1, 2022

Individual or sole proprietorship

Agreement:

Op. Gr.: Addr. Wider Impacts of COVID-Imp. on social/econ/pop iss/pbl outcomes

Number:

163748

Duration: from Feb 1, 2022 to Jan 31, 2024
Description:

To be eligible to the competition, applications must address ALL three (3) objectives AND respond to at least one (1) research area; AND to at least one (1) of its sub-research areas;

Understand the extent and impact of the indirect and wider health consequences of COVID-19 and the resilience of people of Canada and/or globally; AND (Updated: 2021-09-16)
Identify effective interventions (policy, practice and/or models of care) to ameliorate the wider impacts of COVID-19 and improve preparedness for future health emergencies and pandemics; AND
Generate evidence related to one or more marginalized population(s), including for instance: communities marginalized by race; First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Urban Indigenous Peoples; communities historically excluded from research; those experiencing health inequity; persons with disabilities and individuals across diverse health status (e.g. high risk populations, individuals with comorbid conditions); those experiencing gendered impacts of the pandemic; and those in life stages that have been underrepresented in research (e.g. pregnant people, children, older adults).

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Program Name: Research in Priority Areas
Location: Toronto, ON, CA M5G 1X8

$500,000.00

Feb 1, 2022

Individual or sole proprietorship

Agreement:

Op. Gr.: Addr. Wider Impacts of COVID-Imp. on social/econ/pop iss/pbl outcomes

Number:

163750

Duration: from Feb 1, 2022 to Jan 31, 2024
Description:

To be eligible to the competition, applications must address ALL three (3) objectives AND respond to at least one (1) research area; AND to at least one (1) of its sub-research areas;

Understand the extent and impact of the indirect and wider health consequences of COVID-19 and the resilience of people of Canada and/or globally; AND (Updated: 2021-09-16)
Identify effective interventions (policy, practice and/or models of care) to ameliorate the wider impacts of COVID-19 and improve preparedness for future health emergencies and pandemics; AND
Generate evidence related to one or more marginalized population(s), including for instance: communities marginalized by race; First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Urban Indigenous Peoples; communities historically excluded from research; those experiencing health inequity; persons with disabilities and individuals across diverse health status (e.g. high risk populations, individuals with comorbid conditions); those experiencing gendered impacts of the pandemic; and those in life stages that have been underrepresented in research (e.g. pregnant people, children, older adults).

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Program Name: Research in Priority Areas
Location: Ottawa, ON, CA K1N 6N5

$277,081.00

Feb 1, 2022

Individual or sole proprietorship

Agreement:

Op. Gr.: Addr. Wider Impacts of COVID-Imp. on social/econ/pop iss/pbl outcomes

Number:

163761

Duration: from Feb 1, 2022 to Jan 31, 2024
Description:

To be eligible to the competition, applications must address ALL three (3) objectives AND respond to at least one (1) research area; AND to at least one (1) of its sub-research areas;

Understand the extent and impact of the indirect and wider health consequences of COVID-19 and the resilience of people of Canada and/or globally; AND (Updated: 2021-09-16)
Identify effective interventions (policy, practice and/or models of care) to ameliorate the wider impacts of COVID-19 and improve preparedness for future health emergencies and pandemics; AND
Generate evidence related to one or more marginalized population(s), including for instance: communities marginalized by race; First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Urban Indigenous Peoples; communities historically excluded from research; those experiencing health inequity; persons with disabilities and individuals across diverse health status (e.g. high risk populations, individuals with comorbid conditions); those experiencing gendered impacts of the pandemic; and those in life stages that have been underrepresented in research (e.g. pregnant people, children, older adults).

Organization: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Program Name: Research in Priority Areas
Location: Québec, QC, CA G1V 5B3
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