Thank you very much, Mr. Chair.
Thank you to all of the witnesses for their testimony.
I would like to address my first question to Ms. Martel.
I want to pick up on what you were saying about the fact that whatever we do, we need to be listening to Haitian feminists and Haitian civil society. You mentioned the sexual violence in the context of the international forces. It sounds like you're saying that the women in Haiti are not asking for an international force. It's more along the humanitarian lines.
You know that Canada is the second-largest humanitarian donor to Haiti after the United States. We also just contributed $10 million to the UNDP basket fund, which is specifically on building capacity of the police and security forces. Is this the right direction? Should we continue on the humanitarian side and on building up the capacity of Haitian authorities to be able to bring back law and order? Is that what the women in Haiti are asking for as opposed to an international force?