KAIROS funding cuts chill community

The government's decision to cut funding for a respected Canadian human rights and environmental sustainability aid group has cast a chill over the NGO community, leaving those who work in the sector demanding clear guidelines from the Canadian International Development Agency.

Lee Berthiaume, Embassy
Deborah Kitumaini from Les héritiers de la justice in the Democratic Republic of the Congo stresses the importance of KAIROS to her organization.
Laura Payton
Published: Wednesday, 12/09/2009 12:00 am EST

The government's decision to cut funding for a respected Canadian human rights and environmental sustainability aid group has cast a chill over the NGO community, leaving those who work in the sector demanding clear guidelines from the Canadian International Development Agency.

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