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  • 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
  • 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.
  • Priority One: Security
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Training
      • Gaining administration capabilities
      • Free help for justice systems
      • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
      • --- Increased capacity of ANA to perform operations and gain a more stable environment by 2011.
      • --- ANP having better ability to promote the law by 2011.
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  • Priority Two: Basic services
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Education
      • Roads maintenance
      • Job creation
      • Training
      • Repair irrigation structure and drinkable water
      • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
      • --- Kandahar’s provincial government is to be able to provide
      • --- Multiple new schools
    • Picture goes here.
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  • Priority Three: Humanitarian aid
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Food aid to people with less than standard situations
      • Non food help to the above people
      • Health services
      • Clearance of mines
      • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
      • --- Human assistance will still be available to displaced people
      • --- human help will be there for refugees
    • Picture goes here.
  • Priority Four: Border
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Helping with communication between Afghanistan and Pakistan
      • Training border officials
      • Provide important equipment
      • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
      • --- Ability to manage the border
      • --- help financial development in the area
    • Picture goes here.
  • Priority Five: National institutions
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Provide help for elections
      • Collaborate with groups to support election committees
      • Give certain institutions tech support, training, and equipment
      • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
      • --- Institutions will be able to provide public services
      • --- Said institutions will be able to properly carry out elections
    • Picture goes here.
  • Priority Six: Reconciliation
    • How is Canada Providing Help ?
      • Contribute $14 million
      • Help Afghan- government with dialogue promotion
      • Help improve communication between government and citizens
      • What are two goals that Canada has for this part of the mission by 2011?
      • --- National government will encourage reconciliation
      • --- Provincial government will encourage reconciliation
    • Picture goes here.
  • 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.
  • Signature Project 1 – Dahla dam and irrigation system
    • Why is this an important project for the people of Afghanistan?
    • Provide water supply to most of the Kandahari population
    • Create 10000 seasonal jobs
    • Help agriculture
    • What is Canada doing to help?
      • Invest over $50 million
      • Help with repairs to the dam
      • Train farmers in water management
    • Place one photo of these projects, different from what is on the linked main page in this box on the following pages.
  • Signature Project 2 – Education
    • Why is this an important project for the people of Afghanistan?
    • Will help literacy
    • Will help fill jobs and boost economy
    • What is Canada doing to help?
    • Invest $12 million
    • Help build or repair 50 schools
    • Help minister of education to provide decent education
    • Place one photo of these projects, different from what is on the linked main page in this box on the following pages.
  • Signature Project 3 – Polio eradication
    • Why is this an important project for the people of Afghanistan?
    • It paralyzes the person permanently in a lot of cases
    • It’s a disease. Need I say more?
    • What is Canada doing to help?
    • Invest $60 million for the eradication
    • Work with WHO and UNICEF to help
    • Place one photo of these projects, different from what is on the linked main page in this box on the following pages.