Impressions of Canadians on Canada’s role in global development and aid to women and children’s health issues

Every two years, CanWaCH conducts public opinion research on behalf of its membership to better understand and gain insights into Canadians’ awareness of and views on Canada’s investment in global women and children’s health.

The polling was conducted by Nanos between June 22nd to 28th, 2019, as an RDD dual frame (land- and cell-lines) hybrid telephone and online random survey of 1,523 Canadians over 18 years old in English and French. The survey took place just days after the Government of Canada announced an investment of $1.4 billion CAD over ten years, based upon the Thrive Agenda, a collective vision for the future of Canadian leadership in women, adolescent and children’s health and rights around the world created by the international development sector.