Canadian Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Ahmed Hussen is responsible for $18 million taxpayers money going to Somalia, his home country.
In 2017, Canada provided $29 million to address conflict- and drought-related humanitarian needs in Somalia.
Here’s what some of the money is being used for:
Action Against Hunger – $1.1 million
CARE Canada – $1.6 million
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations – $700,000
International Committee of the Red Cross – $3 million
Save the Children Canada – $1.9 million
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs – $500,000
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (country-based pooled funds) – $1 million
UNICEF – $1.5 million
World Food Programme – $4 million
World Food Programme (United Nations Humanitarian Air Service) – $1 million
World Vision Canada – $1.7 million
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