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Posted on January 05 2023

IRCC announced $6million funding for Newcomer Women Pilot Program

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Updated July 25 2023

Highlights of IRCC announced $6 million funding for Newcomer Women Pilot Program.

  • IRCC plans to invest $6 million funds for a new immigrant women pilot program for providing employment.
  • The program is integrated with the government of Canada to empower foreign immigrant women to gain skills and obtain employment.
  • The main agenda of this program is to end gender-based violence by ensuring gender equality.
  • Around 66% of women immigrants who are married work full-time rather, than 70% of Canada-born women.
  • The project support women in learning soft skills, tech skills, and language skills and getting employment.

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Canada's Newcomer Women Pilot Program

Canada announces around $6 million in funds to empower newcomer women to obtain employment. The racialized women immigrants can use this pilot program and support around 10 projects.

Canada's newcomer women pilot program was initially started in 2018 to help women foreign immigrants overcome barriers in finding work, and the program primarily provides a sense of dignity and belonging. The program supports gender equality across all sectors and sets equality for all women.

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How does the Pilot program support women?

Statistics Canada states that 66% of foreign immigrant married women or those in Common law relationships end up working full time, rather than 70% of Canadian-born women.

The project provides foreign immigrant women with teaching soft and language skills and helps them obtain authorized employment.

Besides the soft and language skills, the pilot program also helps gain certified IT & Technical skills.

IRCC pledged to provide knowledge, resources, and training to women immigrants.

The project will be managed and coordinated for the next four years to enhance the common knowledge base, educating newcomers who stay in smaller cities & rural areas.

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