Community development

Expansion of the social relief program in Haiti

The social relief program in Haiti, which centres on drinking water and mobile phone charging stations, has grown. First Croix-des-Bouquets was equipped with these stations, and now it’s Île-à-Vache’s turn. The drinking water situation had become..

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Sahel 21 celebrates its 25th anniversary

Sahel 21, a Terre Sans Frontières subsidiary (Sahel 21 -TSF) in Mali, recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. Born from Jean Coutu’s desire to help the people of Sub-Saharan Africa take control of their destiny, Sahel..

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2016 QSF internship
Fostering social inclusion

Close to four months ago, having just completed our bachelor’s degrees, our group of six physiotherapy students at Université de Montréal boarded a flight to South America for an unforgettable experience: a 10-week internship at..

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Privileged Moments for Yannick Belley in DRC

Yannick Belley, Bush Pilot, has returned to Quebec after having spent ten months piloting a 206 Cessna for Avions Sans Frontières in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). “Flying through storms and having to orient..

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New Avions Sans Frontières Pilot

Yannick Belley, a young 34-years old pilot from Montmagny, has decided to take off on a wonderful humanitarian adventure with Avions Sans Frontières (ASF). On June 6, he arrived in Dungu, in the Democratic Republic..

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Acceptance of Projects in Haiti

The huge reconstruction and rehabilitation project led by Terre Sans Frontières (TSF) in Haiti, with the financial collaboration of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) and of several partners, is nearly complete. “We have begun..

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Avions Sans Frontières Blows Out 25 Candles

Twenty-five years ago, an ambitious project entitled Avions Sans Frontières (ASF), was launched. The challenge was a major one: obtain two Cessna 206 planes, in order to open up the eastern province of the Democratic..

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Less Than One Hour of Flying Time to Save a Life…

Dawn is just breaking over Dungu. Already, the Avions Sans Frontières (ASF) hangar is busying itself, thus putting an end to the morning tranquility of the Congolese bush. As before each flight, the pilot and..

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“Each Flight Diminishes the Suffering”

Back from a one-year stay as chief pilot for Avions Sans Frontières (ASF) in Dungu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, David Dancause is still elated when he talks about his experience there with this..

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