As I've stated before, the decrease in fragile countries is due to two factors. Mainly due to Afghanistan, the $6 million of funding, there is a small portion...when we have personnel abroad, we pay the Department of Foreign Affairs a certain amount because we don't have personnel abroad. There is a reduction that's associated with fragile countries.
With Canadian engagement, the reason there's a decrease in the previous main estimates...we had estimated an amount that would be spent for the Office for Democratic Governance. When we looked at our actual spending pattern, we had overestimated what should have been attributed to that program activity. So what you see in these main estimates and the reduction for Canadian engagement is just a reflection of that reduction. It reflects what the actual spending was last year.
When we're estimating what we're spending in future years, it's more reflective of what our actual spending is. It's the same thing for middle-income countries. It's an adjustment that we have internally that reflects spending patterns historically. So when we estimate what we're going to do for the upcoming fiscal year, we have those year-end adjustments.