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Children in rural Afghanistan have a new door open to them thanks to University of Alberta graduate student Azalea Lehndorff, whose work on the 100 Classrooms project has resulted in four new schools being built, with more than 8,000 students enrolled. Along with Alberta-based organization A Better World, Lehndorff has been working since 2010 to
Rebecca Epp, a volunteer for A Better World and Grade 12 Student at Lacombe Composite High School received this year’s International Women’s Day Award. Epp was presented the Violet Richardson Award at a luncheon held to celebrate the achievements and contributions of women. The event was sponsored by the Soroptimist International of Central Alberta. The
CTV Edmonton Morning Live interviewed the founder of the 100 Classrooms Project, Azalea Lehndorff, about her efforts to build a school in Afghanistan for kids in need. View the video on the CTV site here.