After 10-month wait, 27 projects managed by 22 Canadian NGOs were approved as part of youth internship programs this week.
Mines Action Canada Photo
Kafia Yusuf, right, an intern in 2012 with Mines Action Canada, speaks during a training session for a survey of landmine survivors and people with disabilities in rural Cambodia.
Marie-Danielle Smith Published: Saturday, 05/16/2015 8:00 am EDT Last Updated: Tuesday, 05/19/2015 7:11 pm EDT
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada has announced funding recipients for the International Youth Internship Program after organizations waited almost 10 months for it to process a call for proposals.
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