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Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | December 28, 2023
There was significant progress toward improving the humanitarian system in 2023 when Canada passed Bill C-41, enabling us to send aid to Afghanistan for the first time in almost three years, writes Paul Hagerman. UN photograph by Eric Kanalstein
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | December 28, 2023
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | December 28, 2023
There was significant progress toward improving the humanitarian system in 2023 when Canada passed Bill C-41, enabling us to send aid to Afghanistan for the first time in almost three years, writes Paul Hagerman. UN photograph by Eric Kanalstein
Support for agriculture in developing countries can reduce hunger, empower women, and build climate resilience. Inclusive and resilient agriculture systems will help the world to build back better from the COVID pandemic, write Virginie Levasseur and Paul Hagerman. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Support for agriculture in developing countries can reduce hunger, empower women, and build climate resilience. Inclusive and resilient agriculture systems will help the world to build back better from the COVID pandemic, write Virginie Levasseur and Paul Hagerman. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | May 22, 2019
Food aid, sent from Uganda via South Sudan, is distributed to internally displaced persons living in southeastern Central African Republic in August 2018. Canada fully untied its food aid in 2008. UN photograph by Herve Serefio
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | May 22, 2019
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | May 22, 2019
Food aid, sent from Uganda via South Sudan, is distributed to internally displaced persons living in southeastern Central African Republic in August 2018. Canada fully untied its food aid in 2008. UN photograph by Herve Serefio
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | August 7, 2018
International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau's department is overseeing implementation of the International Assistance Innovation Program, aimed at giving the government 'greater flexibility' in its financing partnerships on projects abroad. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | August 7, 2018
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | August 7, 2018
International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau's department is overseeing implementation of the International Assistance Innovation Program, aimed at giving the government 'greater flexibility' in its financing partnerships on projects abroad. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | January 17, 2018
Paul Hagerman writes that with Canada’s lacklustre aid levels, and its focus on middle-income countries, International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau, pictured, and her team are missing out on the chance to improve millions of lives. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | January 17, 2018
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | January 17, 2018
Paul Hagerman writes that with Canada’s lacklustre aid levels, and its focus on middle-income countries, International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau, pictured, and her team are missing out on the chance to improve millions of lives. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | August 10, 2016
Morris Agaba, scientist at the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi, Kenya, pictured in 2009. ILRI is tackling livestock-related problems faced by small-scale farmers in Kenya and elsewhere, writes Paul Hagerman. AusAID photograph by Kate Holt
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | August 10, 2016
Opinion | BY PAUL HAGERMAN | August 10, 2016
Morris Agaba, scientist at the International Livestock Research Institute in Nairobi, Kenya, pictured in 2009. ILRI is tackling livestock-related problems faced by small-scale farmers in Kenya and elsewhere, writes Paul Hagerman. AusAID photograph by Kate Holt