Ottawa has announced that it will slash approximately $380 million in its foreign aid budget, cuts that will have a direct impact on many African countries.
rabble.ca's Haiti blog looks at informative articles that appeared on the second anniversary of the earthquake and the strident defence of President Michel Martelly issued by Michaëlle Jean.
Those extremely generous African philanthropists are at it again. You'd think they'd be overwhelmed by compassion fatigue after all these centuries of enriching the rich Western world.
While Canadians may think of ourselves as best known for owning the Olympic podium, among Africans we may actually be better known -- and not particularly liked -- for owning their natural resources.
The Real News' Lia Tarachansky reports on the Viva-Palestina land convoy en route to Gaza.
The corruption and the complacency that allows it to prosper is a byproduct of conditional foreign aid which can happen anywhere, says this one-time aid worker.
New Angus-Reid poll for Make Poverty History shows Canadians aren't on Harper's wavelength.
These are moments of myopia and amnesia: feel-good ops. Donor countries declared big donations -- a record, many of which will never be paid.
U.S. food aid programs spend more than 50 cents of each dollar on shipping, which is restricted to a small group of U.S. companies that lobby Congress.
With tear gas wafting through the Brazilian Embassy where ousted president Manuel Zelaya is taking refuge, this week may force the U.S. to finally help the people of Honduras undo the coup.