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Our Partners and Funders

The Partnership for Research with African Newcomers (PRAN) aims to reshape immigration research and services through the lens of inclusivity. Through our multidisciplinary, cross-sectoral collaboration, we conduct innovative research, develop viable strategies, and enhance capacity to empower SSAIs and promote their success in Canada.

Led by Dr. Philomina Okeke-Ihejirika, the Partnership was born out of a collective vision shared by over 24 diverse partners, representing various sectors, such as:

Academia, Non-profit organizations, Government representatives, Community partners, Royal bank of Canada
Our Partners and Funders: Tier 1 - University of Alberta, Dalhousie University, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants, McGill University, Mount Saint Vincent University, Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia, York University, Africa Centre, federation of African Canadian Economics, Queen’s University Tier 2 – NAIT, NorQuest College, Islamic Family & Social Services Association, Royal Bank of Canada, Francophonie Albertaine Plueielle, Redeemed Christian Church of God Tier 3 – Immigration, Refuguees and Citizenship Canada, Black Business Initiatives, Federation des Communitates Francophones et Acadien, Multicultural Health Brokers Co-operation