The Zayed Sustainability Prize is the UAE’s pioneering global award that recognises and rewards small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), nonprofit organisations (NPOs), and global high schools with impactful, innovative, and inspiring sustainable solutions. Established by the UAE leadership in 2008, the Prize honours the humanitarian and sustainability legacy of the UAE’s founding father, the [...]
This program funds First Nations and Inuit communities' efforts to identify, assess, and respond to the health impacts of climate change. There are 2 streams for the program: Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program North Climate Change and Health Adaptation Program for First Nations South of 60°N Supporting projects focusing on human health and [...]
The Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) program provides eligible First Nations and Inuit clients with coverage for a range of health benefits that are not covered through other: social programs private insurance plans provincial or territorial health insurance
The Health Services Integration Fund (HSIF) is an initiative supporting collaborative planning and multi-year projects aimed at better meeting the health-care needs of First Nations and Inuit. Through HSIF, Indigenous Services Canada is working with other provincial, territorial and First Nations and Inuit organizations to: improve First Nations and Inuit access to health services [...]
We recognize that access to appropriate and timely palliative and end-of-life care is important. This is why the Alberta government committed $20 million for palliative and end-of-life care initiatives over a 4-year period to address these priorities: raise public awareness of palliative care and how and when to access it develop effective caregiver supports [...]
Through this program, Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) works with First Nations and Inuit communities to provide funding for infrastructure that supports the delivery of health-related programs and services. The program supports: Facilities operations and maintenance: this includes funding for the ongoing operations and maintenance activities at health facilities, such as rent, utility charges, cleaning and [...]
This Modernization Stream targets the modernization of existing aging infrastructure and is not focused on the addition of net new continuing care capacity; the future Priority Communities Stream will target the addition of new continuing care capacity to Alberta’s health system.
Activated by Innovate Calgary, the university’s knowledge transfer and business incubator, UCeed serves to support the robust pipeline of UCalgary-based child and health enterprises. The UCeed program is made possible by the generosity of the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation and the River Fund at Calgary Foundation, who have provided a total of $10 million [...]
The Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve (AHSOR) program helps enhance child development and school readiness for children living in First Nations communities on reserve. AHSOR funds activities that support learning and developmental needs of young children living in First Nations communities.
Launched in 2018, the Dementia Community Investment funds community-based projects that seek to: optimize the wellbeing of people living with dementia (PLWD) and family/friend caregivers increase knowledge about dementia and its risk and protective factors Projects could, for example, provide PLWD and family/friend caregivers with opportunities to gain knowledge, resources and skills. Projects that [...]