Month 13

What Happens When A Sponsorship Breaks Down?

A sponsorship breakdown happens when sponsors are unable or unwilling to give further support to the sponsored family prior to the end of the sponsorship period (usually the first 12 months  that the family is in Canada). It is an official declaration that an irremediable failure to meet the sponsorship arrangement has occurred. The responsibility for a sponsorship breakdown may either rest with the refugees or the sponsor. 

PSR: Getting Ready for Month 13

Month 13  is a milestone for both the private sponsor and the sponsored refugee, it marks the end of financial assistance. 

To help you prepare the refugee you sponsored for that day, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered: 

  • When should sponsors start preparing for Month 13

  • The Month 13 checklist and needs assessment

Getting All Set For Month 13

Month 13 is a significant stage in the sponsorship experience. 

After all, it entails that the refugee will no longer receive financial support from his sponsor. 

The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is organizing a webinar to help you prepare for that transitional period. 

The following topics will be covered: 

  • When should sponsor start preparing for Month 13 

PSR: Getting Ready For Month 13

Month 13 is a milestone in the private sponsorship of refugees.

After all, it entails that the sponsored refugee will no longer rely on his private sponsor for financial support.

To help private sponsors get ready for what looms ahead, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • When should sponsors prepare for Month 13

  • The Month 13 checklist and needs assessment

PSR: Making Provision For Month 13

Month 13 is a milestone in the private sponsorship program.

After all, it entails that the refugee will not longer get financial support from his private sponsor.

To help you prepare for that transition, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • When should sponsors start preparing for month 13

  • The month 13 checklist and needs assessment

PSR: Getting Everything Set For Month 13

Month 13 is a significant time for both refugees and their sponsors.

At that point, private sponsors no longer provide support and refugees have to stand on their own.

To help private sponsors prepare for that milestone, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • When should sponsor start preparing for month 13

  • What to consider when preparing newcomers for month 13

PSR: Bracing for Month 13

From the very start of the private sponsorship, private sponsors and refugee fear Month 13.

Still, it is one of the milestone in the refugee resettlement.

To help you prepare for this fateful month, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • When should sponsors start preparing for month 13

  • What to consider when preparing newcomers for Month 13

Gearing Up For Month 13

It seems like it was just yesterday that you were welcoming the refugee you sponsored at the airport.

Next thing you know, month 13 is just around the corner.

To help you prepare for what lays ahead, the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is organizing a webinar.

The following topics will be covered:

  • When should sponsors prepare for Month 13

  • What to consider when preparing newcomers for Month 13

How to prepare for Month 13 webinar

What should sponsors consider when the sponsorship period comes to an end?

When should they start preparing for month 13?

Moreover, what services and financial assistance are available to newcomers once they are “left on their own”?

These are the kind of questions that the Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) will try to answer through a webinar.

Date: Tuesday, 30th of october, 2018

Time: 1:00 p.m to 2:30 p.m