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The CAWI Pairing Program aims to provide immigrant women with a short-term mentoring opportunity from other immigrant women in the community. 

The campaign is a project that focuses on educational workshops, seminars, posts and other advocacy efforts to comprehensively combat the sexual health issues that many women immigrants face!

CAWI Women Leaders Awards is a video series and award focusing on immigrant women in positions of power/leadership as well as those who have contributed to their communities. It explores their inspirations, stories, and passions.

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Medical Herstory 

Partnered together to host an event on Immigrant and Refugee Health: Barriers to Sexual Health

The University of British Columbia​​

Professor in charge: Alwyn Spies

Partnered with UBC’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies for a curriculum placement for two of their students through an e-learning program.

The Multi-Ethnic Student Alliance (MESA)

Tailored a panel discussion with women of colour in various different careers to offer insight for immigrant women and women of colour.

The University of Regina Student's Union (URSU)

Partnered with the Sexual Health Outreach Coordinator at URSU to collaborate on a research and curriculum project for the sexual health of immigrant women.

Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan (SASS)

Partnered with SASS to deliver a discussion on the sexual assault/health issues in Saskatchewan with a focus on immigrant women.

Our projects and initiatives have been funded by Oxfam Canada, Regina Public Interest Research Group, Quebec Public Interest Research Group, Sask Culture, Sexual Assault Centre of McGill's Student Society, and Sasktel.

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