ARCHIVED - National Child Benefit Reinvestment (NCBR) Report
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DCI 472877.GCIMS (2014-2015)
First Nation Name
First Nation Number
NCBR Project Name
Main objective of the project:
Reduce the effects of child poverty (e.g. focus on children/youth)
Provide supports for parents/guardians, especially to become or remain attached to the workforce
Broad community-level impacts (e.g. reduce overlap and duplication)
Check the activity area(s) targeted and indicate the actual amount of AANDC funds spent for each: $
Support to Parents
Home to Work Transition
Total AANDC NCBR funds spent
Did any other source (e.g. government department and/or organization) contribute to the project, either by providing funding or in-kind supports (e.g. by donating time/materials)?
If you answered 'yes' to the question above, indicate the source and type/amount of support provided.
(Note: answering this question is voluntary)
Description/Purpose of NCBR Project
NCBR Project Results/Accomplishments/Outcomes
How many families participated in and/or directly benefitted from this NCBR project?
How many children (i.e. under the age of 18) participated in and/or directly benefitted from this NCBR project?
Select the ratio of females to males that directly benefitted from this project:
- All female
- All male
- Half female/Half male
- Mostly female
- Mostly male
- Don't know
The information provided is accurate to the best of my knowledge.
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