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    Default Trudeau Gave $20 MILLION In Taxpayer Money To The Clinton Foundation !

    Trudeau Gave $20 MILLION In Taxpayer Money To The Clinton Foundation !
    http://m.torontosun.com/2017/07/12/c...ton-foundation

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    ^Which just happens to be run by the most, "qualified", person (Chelsea Clinton).

    And billionaires and politicians Trudeau meets in his role as PM, are now giving money to the Trudeau foundation. You make this insider stuff up, its appalling, and even more sad our tax dollars are propping the cash for access up.

    The Clinton’s have earned millions from their association with the foundation, not from direct compensation, but through book and speaking tour fees.

    Bill Clinton, for example, reportedly received $26 million in speaking fees from organizations that donated to the foundation.

    Meanwhile, the lavish foundation-related travel needs of the Clintons – including first-class tickets and charter planes – are covered by its donors.

    More problematically, the foundation was at the heart of the cash-for-access scandal that dogged Hillary during her failed bid for the U.S. presidency.
    http://m.torontosun.com/2017/07/12/c...ton-foundation
    Last edited by moahunter; 17-07-2017 at 09:49 AM.

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    I have concerns with it but it is a registered charity with a very high performance rating.

    I also have concerns about the World Bank, the United Nations, UNICEF, Save the Children and just about all these organizations. One can find questionable practices and misappropriate monies in just about ever organization.



    United Nations Population Fund: Syria crisis - Health and prevention of gender-based violence - Jordan - $6.5 million (2016 to 201With Canada’s support, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) will support the delivery of comprehensive emergency obstetrical care and distribution of dignity kits to vulnerable women and girls at the berm located along the Jordan and Syria border, as well as support the provision of reproductive health and family planning services to refugees and host communities in Jordan.


    United Nations Population Fund: Family health houses for Afghanistan - $20 million (2017 to 2022)
    This project will support 58 existing community birthing centres, establish over 80 new ones and train community midwives to provide reproductive health services in remote areas of Afghanistan. It would improve the SRHR of women and girls by training female health workers, establishing reproductive health care facilities (delivery, prenatal and postnatal) and offering family planning.

    United Nations Population Fund: Iraq crisis - Reproductive health and support for survivors of violence - $10 million (2016 to 201
    With Canada’s support, the UNFPA will provide assistance to 19 reproductive health facilities benefiting up to 20,000 women and girls; support up to 40 additional women’s safe spaces to provide sexual and gender-based violence response services to up to 90,000 additional women and girls; and distribute 40,000 additional dignity kits to conflict-affected women and girls across Iraq.


    United Nations Population Fund: Syria crisis - Addressing gender-based violence and reproductive health – Syria - $8.5 million (2016 to 201
    With Canada’s support, the UNFPA will deliver integrated reproductive health services through existing health facilities and mobile clinics, through the provision of clinical training, health equipment and dignity kits. This includes distributing reproductive health and dignity kits, and providing support to mobile teams to respond to displacements from the Raqqa offensive.

    International Planned Parenthood Federation: Freedom to choose - Improving sexual and reproductive health and rights - South Sudan - $5 million (2017 to 2020)
    This project aims to empower women and girls in South Sudan to make their own decisions about their SRH free from discrimination, coercion and violence, by improving access to quality SRH services and increasing community support for women and girls’ SRHR.


    SRHR and adolescents:
    Care Canada: Preventing early and forced marriage - Benin - $3 million (2017 to 2020)
    This project would reduce early and forced marriages and promote SRH in communities with a high prevalence of early and forced marriages. It would use innovative approaches to support social services and SRH providers working with adolescent girls.


    Helen Keller International: Reproductive health of adolescent girls - Burkina Faso - $10 million (2017 to 2020)
    The proposed project aims to empower adolescent girls by increasing their access to nutritional and SRH services adapted to their needs and by promoting comprehensive sexuality and reproductive education.


    Clinton Health Access Initiative: SRHR for adolescents and young women - Nigeria - $20 million (2017 to 2021)
    The proposed project will improve access to SRH choices for young women and adolescent girls through an innovative approach that engages both the public and private sector in expanding spaces where services and products are both accessible and meet their family planning needs.

    Marie Stopes Tanzania: Owning their reproductive health choices - Tanzanian women and girls decide - $15 million (2017 to 2021)
    This proposed project will address the need for comprehensive SRHR services and close the gap on adolescent SRHR in Tanzania by providing girls and women with improved access to the information and family planning services and commodities they require for informed choices that reduce unintended pregnancies and to life-saving post-abortion care.‎

    Plan International Canada: Improving the sexual and reproductive health and rights of Ethiopian girls and reducing child, early and forced marriage - $8 million (2017 to 2022)
    This project would reduce child, early and forced marriage (CEFM) and address related SRH problems for adolescent girls in Ethiopia by expanding adolescent and youth-friendly SRHR services, including family planning, enhancing the official capacity to protect adolescent girls and prevent and respond to CEFM and SRHR issues, providing at-risk girls with the skills and knowledge to help them determine their own future and improving the capacity of community groups to change attitudes and practices to end CEFM.


    Plan International Canada: Plan for girls - Integrative, transformative approach to SRHR with girls at the centre - multiple countries - $20 million (2017 to 2022)
    This project will pilot an integrated, gender-transformative approach with girls at the centre of SRHR interventions by engaging adolescent girls and service providers across sectors. A research component will track results for accountability.


    UNICEF/United Nations Population Fund: Comprehensive sexual education and reproductive health services for adolescent girls - Ghana - $15 million (2017 to 2020)
    This project aims to improve access to comprehensive sexual education and SRH services through increasing the knowledge of family planning and available options for at-risk adolescent girls.


    UNICEF: Improving the reproductive health and nutritional status of adolescent girls - Ethiopia - $15 million (2017 to 2022)
    This gender-specific initiative would improve the SRH and nutritional status of adolescent girls in Ethiopia by increasing access to quality adolescent-specific nutrition and health knowledge and by providing youth-friendly SRHR services, including family planning and nutritional services within the health system, schools and communities to reach in-school and out-of-school adolescent girls.

    Save the Children Canada: Reproductive health and rights of preadolescents and adolescents - Democratic Republic of Congo - $10 million (2017 to 2021)
    The proposed project aims to meet the needs of preadolescents and adolescents with respect to comprehensive sexuality education and social behaviour change, as well as increased access to SRH services adapted to their reality.


    Save the Children Canada: Reaching and empowering adolescents to make informed choices for their health – Northern Nigeria - $12 million (2017 to 2021)
    The proposed project aims to improve the SRH of adolescent girls and boys in hard-to-reach northern communities by using age-appropriate approaches to engage with younger and older adolescents (10 to 14 and 15 to 19 years old) as part of a participatory community engagement strategy to family planning.

    Centre for International Cooperation in Health and Development: Access to health services in Kinshasa - $20 million (2017 to 2023)
    This proposed initiative will improve the availability, quality and use of primary health services in Kinshasa province by responding to the needs of women and girls for increased access to SRH services, family planning, and prenatal and postnatal care.

    Pathfinder International: Supporting family planning and abortion services in Mozambique - $18.5 million (2017 to 2024)
    The proposed project aims to increase gender equality such that women and adolescent girls in select provinces can exercise their SHRH by empowering women and girls as decision makers, addressing the social and cultural barriers to SRHR and sexual and gender-based violence, as well as strengthening the delivery of comprehensive family planning and abortion services, with a special focus on adolescent girls.


    Leveraging donor opportunities:
    World Bank: Global Financing Facility - Support to closing the SRHR gaps in national health plans - $20 million (2017 to 2019)
    This project aims to support the Global Financing Facility, a multi-donor financing platform that provides country-led, sustainable financing for national reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health (RMNCH) plans and supports countries in the transition toward sustainable domestic financing of RMNCH. This support will specifically be earmarked toward closing the SRHR gaps for adolescents in national plans.


    World Health Organization: Building a baseline for SRHR data in Mozambique - $5 million (2017 to 2021)
    The project would accelerate country-level action on family planning and SRHR by filling an important gender data gap on the availability of SRH services, including family planning, and strengthening the Mozambican ministry of health’s capacity for evidence-based planning and budgeting that supports the SRHR of women and girls.


    Charity Watch .org rates the Clinton organization an 'A' rating, as with most of the charities listed.

    https://www.charitywatch.org/ratings...foundation/478
    Last edited by Edmonton PRT; 17-07-2017 at 11:18 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moahunter View Post
    And billionaires and politicians Trudeau meets in his role as PM, are now giving money to the Trudeau foundation.
    Makes you wonder what Justin is selling for all these wealthy people to give millions of dollars to him through his foundation instead of giving it to other charities?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moahunter View Post
    ^Which just happens to be run by the most, "qualified", person (Chelsea Clinton).

    And billionaires and politicians Trudeau meets in his role as PM, are now giving money to the Trudeau foundation. You make this insider stuff up, its appalling, and even more sad our tax dollars are propping the cash for access up.

    The Clinton’s have earned millions from their association with the foundation, not from direct compensation, but through book and speaking tour fees.

    Bill Clinton, for example, reportedly received $26 million in speaking fees from organizations that donated to the foundation.

    Meanwhile, the lavish foundation-related travel needs of the Clintons – including first-class tickets and charter planes – are covered by its donors.

    More problematically, the foundation was at the heart of the cash-for-access scandal that dogged Hillary during her failed bid for the U.S. presidency.
    http://m.torontosun.com/2017/07/12/c...ton-foundation
    The cash for access thing was concerning, however now, might this contribution raise the opposite concern as in potentially reducing access to a potentially vindictive US government?

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    And let's not even bring up the Trump Foundation, OK...
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    Didn't the US give a lot to Trudeaus campaign/foundation? Either way, tater tot will spend taxpayers money like water, especially if it makes him look good.!



    http://m.torontosun.com/2017/07/12/c...ton-foundation
    Good little potato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H.L. View Post
    Didn't the US give a lot to Trudeaus campaign/foundation? Either way, tater tot will spend taxpayers money like water, especially if it makes him look good.!



    http://m.torontosun.com/2017/07/12/c...ton-foundation
    Good little potato.
    Tatter tot for prison !

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