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AAKOM-KIYII Health Services. For Phase II of the Assessing/Enhancing Community Capacity project. Calgary: Phase II of this project focuses on the development of a strong and effective interagency committee that supports and promotes crime prevention projects primarily related to children and youth who are at-risk and the needs and concerns of women and girls. 403-965-3809 $49,900

The Aboriginal Resource Centre Association, Calgary (ARC). For its Physical and Creative Xpression--Youth Program. Through this project, youth, children and their parents participate in creative and physical activities including Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal arts, crafts, painting, writing, music, photography, theatre, martial arts, and fencing. By actively working together, family relationships and communication skills are strengthened, which will help contribute to a reduction of youth involvement in criminal activity. 403-204-0089 $50,000

The Downtown Business Association of Edmonton. For the first phase of its Green Team project, to promote dialogue between the business community and Aboriginal inner-city youth, to provide opportunities and support for youth through work placements. 780-426-8575 $50,000

The Alberta Elder Abuse Awareness Campaign Network, Edmonton. For its Alberta Elder Abuse Prevention Project. A province-wide prevention campaign will be organized to increase public awareness on the issue of elder abuse as well as help reduce seniors' victimization and fear of crime. 780-496-5819 $50,000

The Alberta Teachers' Association. For Phase III of its Safe and Caring Schools (SACS) project. Based on the research and findings from the first two phases, Phase III will develop a school safety model involving training, resources and workshops. 780-447-9484 $49,900

Assist Community Services Centre, Edmonton. For A Safe Community for Asian Women and Girls: It's All About Respect. Recreational, informational, educational and hands-on sessions will be organized for teenage girls aged 11 to 16 and adult Asian women providing them with the knowledge, skills and abilities they need to improve their personal safety, thus lessening the chances of becoming victims of crime. 780-429-3111 $40,373

The Banff Service Industry Network (BSIN). For Phase II of the Banff Works project. This project will enhance the community's capacity to reduce crime and victimization by addressing issues such as poverty, high cost of living, lack of youth-focused activities, availability of drugs and alcohol, and the existence of a highly transient population. 403-762-1256 $49,996
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