Introducing a new way to manage and add your data to the Project Explorer
We’re excited to present our newly updated Project Explorer User Portal! Through the portal, any Canadian or international organizations working on or funding global development, humanitarian and gender equality projects with a link to Canada can add data to the Project Explorer.
The portal allows users and their organizations to enter new projects as well as update existing data. It also allows users to collaborate on content, providing a way for you to manage your organization’s projects more efficiently between your teams.
Create an account today! To learn more about what data is collected and how it is used, check out the answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions. Please contact us at [email protected] if you have any issues or for more information.
Take part in our upcoming Fall Data Drive!
CanWaCH will launch our second data drive of the year next week to update the Project Explorer. For this drive, CanWaCH is specifically interested in better understanding how partners are adapting and responding to the health and gendered impacts of the climate crisis. This may include, but is not limited to, response to natural disasters, famine and food security, safe water, and health care (including sexual and reproductive health and rights) in climate crisis settings. Project information can be shared in two ways;
Please contact Imaeyen Okon at [email protected] for more information!
Co-Creation Front & Center at Women Deliver 2023
In July, CanWaCH members and partners hosted a series of events during Women Deliver 2023. Catalyzing Collective Action Through Gender Transformative Nutrition was an event jointly hosted by the Gender Transformative Framework for Nutrition Coalition (GTFN), a Collaborative initiative, and the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement. The session sought to explore and highlight the potential of the GTFN to tackle gender inequalities and improve nutrition outcomes by analyzing gender power dynamics and engaging in nutrition programs at national, subnational and community levels.
Read takeaways from the event here.
Celebrating World Contraception Day
September 26 marked World Contraception Day. This year’s theme, The Power of Options, highlighted the importance of contraceptive choices in empowering individuals to make informed choices about their sexual and reproductive health. Visit this link to see how organizations in Canada and their partners are helping girls and women around the world access safe and modern contraceptives.
Project Spotlight: Strengthening Health Outcomes for Women and Children (SHOW)
Learn how Plan International is contributing to reduced maternal and child mortality among marginalized and vulnerable women and adolescent girls through the SHOW project.
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September 28, 2023
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