Journeys of Inspiration Trip Package 1 – Rehabilitation Trip 2018
- Our Work
At the end of this year, Sunshine Hills Elementary School will have donated a total of $170,000 to projects around the world through A Better World. Today, Eric Rajah made his 9th trip to speak at the school in Delta, BC. He is always thrilled to speak with this amazing group of leaders. This year,
BY LAURA TESTER Pictured above: Alex Walls and the rest of her family, mother Mona, brother Gordie and father Roger, pose with occupational therapist named Veronica who works closely with A Better World Canada, Ndanai Small Home for the Physically Challenged and the community at large to identify and evaluate children with disabilities. In
By Kelvin Hill, ABW Dental Service Director. Day 1 Our adventure began with notice that the flight from Calgary to Amsterdam had been delayed 3 hours – later found out that it was due to line ups for plane de-icing in Amsterdam. I suppose they don’t have the capacity of a Canadian airport so the
We sat down with Keith Leavitt, our Education Program Manager, to learn a little bit more about his involvement with A Better World, his philosophy of education, and some of the most life-changing experiences he’s had during the course of his career. How did you get involved with A Better World? Philosophically, I became involved
A few days ago, we received a very special delivery all the way from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Emily Allen, a grade 3 student from Saskatoon Christian School, sent us a copy of her handmade book, The Big Ark Alphabet Book, along with the $40 of proceeds for schools in Kenya. Emily was inspired to write her book while
“It was an overwhelming day,” said Karen Leung, our Rehab Team Leader. Hundreds of disabled children had gathered at various places hoping for answers. Our team did what they could to assist. We started the day at the Ubumwe Community Centre’s “Jessi’s Place”. Jessi from Venice Beach, California at age 80 spends 9 months here
We checked into our hotel in Kigali, Rwanda at 2:30 AM and we were up and about by 10am to our first project while others toured the genocide museum. Today, I am visiting the Kacyiru Primary School school with 1,017 students. Debra Brosseuk has been funding and overseeing in Kigali where she is investing in
This morning, the Rehab team left our hotel with the other groups and headed towards Nairobi. We had a few stops on the way and made it to the airport to await our flight for Rwanda. We met up with Joanne at the airport, and are looking forward to the next journey in Rwanda.
This morning, the Dental team left our hotel with the other groups and headed towards Nairobi. We had a few stops on the way and made it to the airport to await our midnight flight. Some of us will be travelling a bit longer before coming home to Canada.