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Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
Canada's Role In Afghanistan
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  • 1. CANADA IN AFGHANISTAN – WHAT SHOULD CANADA’S ROLE BE? http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2009/02/10/f-afghanistan.html http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2009/02/10/f-afghanistan.html http://afghanistan-canada-solidarity.org/files/images/TF%201-08%20019-REDUCED.jpg
  • 2. Instructions for Part One: Canada’s Mission Goals - Afghanistan
    • For part one of this assignment use the Canadian Government Website:
      • Canada In Afghanistan
      • Fill in the slides provided with the information requested in your own words. This is at most a partner (1 or 2 person) assignment!
    • Each slide will also contain a picture of Canada’s war/mission in Afghanistan which you will provide a link to.
      • See the example on the title page of this presentation and then ask for help if you do not know how to create links.
      • You pictures cannot all be from the same site.
  • 3. Priority One: Training and Mentoring the Afghan National Security Forces
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
        • By providing education and equipment for the ANA and ANP.
        • By building capacity in government and providing logical support.
        • By providing corresponding initiatives in the justice and correctional systems to support activities of the ANP.
    • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
        • To have four of the five ANA kandaks (and their brigade headquarters) fully capable of planning, executing and sustaining near-autonomous operations.
        • To sustain the level of effective strength of the Kandahar-based ANA kandaks (and their brigade headquarters) at 70% or higher.
    http://ontario.inetgiant.ca/barrie/addetails/security-guard---loss-prevention-barrie/3225038
  • 4. Priority Two: Delivery of Basic Services
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Providing Roads
      • Providing Education
      • Making Jobs in Afghanistan for Afghan citizens.
    • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
        • Completion of all planned rehabilitation activities in accordance with the project plan.
        • 10,000 seasonal jobs created by the project.  
    http://www.inoutads.com/help-search-files/basic-services-to-sellers.html
  • 5. Priority Three: Humanitarian Assistance
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
        • Food aid, providing food and water to the citizens of Afghan
        • Non-food aid, providing blankets, clothing etc. to vulnerable individuals.
        • Providing vaccinations against common diseases.
    • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
        • Eradication by vaccination by 2009.
        • Maintain and/or improve the number of Afghans receiving food assistance in proportion to need.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Humanitarian_aid_OCPA-2005-10-28-090517a.jpg
  • 6. Priority Four: Afghanistan-Pakistan Border
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Encouraging Pakistan to talk with Afghanistan.
      • Equipping the Border Officials with the means to protect their nation.
      • Providing roads and other essential ways of transportation
    • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
        • Sustainable mechanisms for regular and substantive discussions across a broad array of issues are in place and operating for senior officials.
        • Sustainable mechanisms for regular and substantive discussions across a broad array of issues are in place and operating for senior officials
    http://www.defence.pk/forums/pakistans-war/78895-pakistan-us-odds-over-definition.html
  • 7. Priority Five: Supporting Democratic Development: Elections and Strengthened Public Institutions
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Providing support in voting.
      • Providing some institutions with the necessary.
      • Try to get other nations to contribute to the voting process in Afghanistan.
    • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
        • All 34 provinces have completed a provincial strategic plan.  Kandahar will have demonstrated progress in implementing its strategic plan against identified timelines.
        • The difference between planned and actual government spending should be less than or equal to 5%.
    http://www.macmsa.com/themirror/?p=363
  • 8. Priority Six: Political Reconciliation
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
        • Encourage people to talk using government methods
        • Making communication of the government and Afghan citizens easier.
        • Increase communication.
    • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
        • A lead authority is moving reconciliation process forward.
        • The Government of Afghanistan is actively sharing information, at the national, provincial and district levels, regarding its programs, policies and objectives for reconciliation.
    http://www.dscottmiller.com/2009/11/05/reconciliation-2/
  • 9. Part 1A: Signature Projects – Canadian Efforts in Afghanistan
    • Instructions:
    • Use this link to learn about 3 signature projects that we as the Canadian people have identified as critical for the people of Afghanistan.
    • - Fill in the following slides with information in your own words about these projects.
    • Place one photo of these projects, different from what is on the linked main page in this box on the following pages.
  • 10. Signature Project 1 – Dahla Dam and irrigation system
    • Why is this an important project for the people of Afghanistan?
        • It directly addresses one of Canada’s six priorities, this being the goal to help strengthen the Afghan government’s ability to give core services and encourage economic growth.
    • What is Canada doing to help?
      • repairing the Dahla Dam, by replacing generators and repairing water valves to improve the control of water flow.
      • fixing gates to control the flow of water from the Arghandab River into the canal system.
    http://canadiansinafghanistan.blogspot.com/2010/06/two-views-of-dahla-dam.html
  • 11. Signature Project 2 – Education
    • Why is this an important project for the people of Afghanistan?
        • Addresses another key priority in an incredibly way. This priority being the same as the previous Project’s.
    • What is Canada doing to help?
      • to build, expand or repair 50 schools in key districts of Kandahar province
      • to build the capacity of the Ministry of Education to deliver quality educational services.
    http://www.embassyofafghanistan.org/11.19.2007Ed.html
  • 12. Signature Project 3 – Polio eradication
    • Why is this an important project for the people of Afghanistan?
        • Provides humanitarian assistance in helping with healthcare.
    • What is Canada doing to help?
      • They’re making vaccination points and putting them on maps for citizens.
      • Providing free vaccinations to the people of Afghanistan.

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