Monthly Archives: August 2016

Founder of 100 Classroom Project Receives National Award

A Better World Afghanistan Project Manager Azalea Lehndorff was awarded the Canadian Medical Association National Award for Young Leaders last night. This award recognizes medical student leadership and service, something that Azalea passionately dedicates her life to. An excited group was present at the ceremony and banquet in the Vancouver Convention Center to cheer Azalea

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Dr. Wayne Church and Dr. Paulette Comeau

Dr. Wayne Church and Dr. Paulette Comeau Project Managers, Medical Program Dr. Wayne and Dr. Paulette have been family physicians for over 30 years in Red Deer, AB. The married couple have both travelled extensively around the world dedicating their lives to medical service. We are pleased that they have agreed to volunteer as Directors

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Keith Leavitt and Team

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Keith and Neville Clouten

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Dr. Len and Barbara Wade

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Debra Brosseuk

Debra is a former Special Education teacher and stay-at-home mom. She has recently become a proud Grandmother of a baby boy named Jacob! Debra is also a potter, amateur photographer, gardener and she enjoys hiking. Last year she summited Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Exercising a service ideology, Debra engages in contributing to her local community

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Dr. Kelvin Hill

Kelvin A. W. Hill, owner of Sylvan Lake Dental Centre and Secretary of ABW Board, lives in Lacombe, AB with his family working as a General Dentist and Contract Instructor at Burman University. It has been 10 years since he went on his first trip with A Better World, and he has been the Chair

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Lawerence Mathea

*Information coming soon*

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Serge Musasilwa

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Rick Wiebe

Rick works closely with in-country Project Managers. Click to read about Charles Rioba, Serge Musasilwa, Lawerence Mathea. Rick joined A Better World in 2007 and has travelled to Kenya on numerous occasions—he makes at least 2 trips every year! He has been a volunteer Project Manager since 2011 as well as a member of the Steering

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