Somali Canadian Facts:
The first Somali immigrants were students who arrived and settled in Montreal and Toronto in the early 70s. Established Somali-Canadian Communities are found in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Vancouver, and newer ones have formed in Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Fort McMurray, and Grand berry
Tuesday 23 Jan 2018
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Drought Fundraising
Drought can have serious health, social, economic, and international impacts which make the conditions within the nation unbearable. Consequently, it can destroy food sources and sometimes famine can occur.

With drought striking Southern and Central Somalia in early 2006 CFS wanted to make a difference and provide humanitarian aid. In collaboration with Oxfam Canada and Somalia Graduate Network CFS was able to raise $6,000.

Also Oxfam not only added donations to the money raised but delivered it those who were overwhelmed with the effects of the drought. CFS believes in making a positive change in the world through humanitarian aid and strengthening the country with prosperity.



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