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October 2 2012 at 17:03

PRESS RELEASE: Canada’s Rank Drops, Score Rises in Annual Aid Transparency Ranking; Canadian NGO provides roadmap to stronger rankings and impact

Toronto, Ontario – Canada has dropped to 32nd in the 2012 Aid Transparency Index released earlier this week by Publish What You Fund, despite strong steps toward increased aid transparency over the last year. The change in ranking is due largely to faster implementation among other donors, but Engineers Without Borders Canada (EWB Canada) has released a roadmap that outlines how Canada can accelerate its rate of improvement to not only begin to climb the rankings, but also drastically increase the effectiveness of its aid.
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March 29 2012 at 16:56

Engineers Without Borders Canada and the ONE Campaign are disheartened by cuts to international assistance in the Canadian budget

Engineers Without Borders Canada and the ONE Campaign today offered the following statements on the 2012 Budget presented by the Minister of Finance of Canada.
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July 8 2011 at 17:07

Thousands Tell The World to Adopt IATI Now

In a 36 hour time period, beginning on Tuesday July 5th, 2,812 people signed EWB's online petition asking governments to make foreign aid more transparent and effective. Those signatures were combined with 2,200 others from around the world, and presented to the co-chairs of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development Working Party on Aid Effectiveness during a major donor conference in Paris, France.
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