protest rally: Rohingya women cry as they shout slogans during a protest rally in Bangladesh on August 25, according to Toronto Star. Justin Trudeau's government could be doing more to address gender-specific challenges faced by women affected by global wars and displacement, according to a new report from Oxfam Canada, which takes a close look at how Canada provides international humanitarian aid and where gaps exist when it comes to outcomes for women and girls in refugee situations. That's according to a new report from Oxfam Canada, which takes a close look at how Canada provides international humanitarian aid and the gaps that exist when it comes to outcomes for women and girls in refugee situations. Altaf Qadri / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Canada has made great strides when it comes to making gender equality and feminism a key priority of its domestic and foreign policy agenda, but more can be done to help women being disproportionately affected by global crisis, the report says. The fact that Canada's international assistance spending is at a near historical low, merely reaching 0.26 per cent of gross national income, as compared to the UN aid target of 0.7 per cent, undermines its credibility and leadership on the international stage. Currently, Canada's international assistance funding is out of step with its ambition to be a world leader on gender equality and feminist aid and foreign policy, the report states. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.