Government of Canada

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada

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Face2Face

The Face2Face exhibits will be travelling across Canada in the form of life-sized roll-out banners. You may come across them at special events, universities and other public spaces.

The Face2Face exhibits are linked to videos about people whose lives have been improved thanks to Canada's assistance.

Students from Haiti's School of Music in Cité-Solei

Video - Students from Haiti's School of Music in Cité-Soleil

Video format: FLV, 29.8 Mo, 2 m 16 s

These youth, whose school had to shut down in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake, have found renewed hope thanks to this Canadian-backed education project led by the organization CONOCS. In a neighbourhood plagued by insecurity, the project offers them a path away from violence.

Cité-Soleil

Poster: Students from Haiti's School of Music in Cité-Solei
Enlarged version of the: Students from Haiti's School of Music in Cité-Solei poster (PDF, 1.5 MB)

Text on poster:
Haitian youth choose music over violence
Face2Face with International Development
Visit cida.gc.ca/face2face

Tatu Juma, one of Tanzania's women entrepreneurs

Video - Tatu Juma, one of Tanzania's women entrepreneurs

Video format: FLV, 23.4 Mo, 1 m 50 s

In the cooperative that Tatu Juma founded in Tanzania, women are producing scented soaps as well as woven baskets and placemats. This job-creating venture is contributing to sustainable economic development for the entire community.

Tatu Juma

Poster: Tatu Juma, one of Tanzania's women entrepreneurs
Enlarged version of the: Tatu Juma, one of Tanzania's women entrepreneurs poster (PDF, 1.7 MB)

Text on poster:
Haitian youth choose music over violence
Face2Face with International Development
Visit cida.gc.ca/face2face

Canada provides humanitarian assistance and helps improve access to nutritious food

Video - Canada provides humanitarian assistance and helps improve access to nutritious food.

Video format: FLV, 55.4 MB - 3 m 55 s

The humanitarian situation in the Sahel region was made worse in 2012 by insecurity and conflict, causing many people to leave behind their homes and belongings and flee the violence. Canada and its partners provided help to meet vital humanitarian needs in the Sahel.

Food and Nutrition Crisis in the Sahel

Poster: Canada provides humanitarian assistance and helps improve access to nutritious food
Enlarged version of the: Canada provides humanitarian assistance and helps improve access to nutritious food poster (PDF, 2.3 MB)

Text on poster:
Canada provides humanitarian assistance and helps improve access to nutritious food
Face2Face with International Development
Visit international.gc.ca/face2face

Canada helps mothers and children lead healthier lives so that families face brighter futures

Video - Canada helps mothers and children lead healthier lives so that families face brighter futures.

Video format: FLV, 73.8 MB - 5 m 31 s

In many parts of Honduras, family health is still considered the responsibility of women. Men do not usually get involved—nor are they expected to—in the care of pregnant women and children. But as the result of a Canada-funded project in the departments of Copan and Santa Barbara, many Honduran men have started taking on new roles, as active and engaged participants and advocates of maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH).

Don Ramon

Poster: Canada helps mothers and children lead healthier lives so that families face brighter futures
Enlarged version of the: Canada helps mothers and children lead healthier lives so that families face brighter futures poster (PDF, 1.7 MB)

Text on poster:
Canada helps mothers and children lead healthier lives so that families face brighter futures
Face2Face with International Development
Visit international.gc.ca/face2face

For more information or if you would like to host the Face2Face exhibit, email us at IDW@international.gc.ca. Remember to include the type of event, location, duration, and dates in your email.

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