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Physiothérapie Sans Frontières extends its reach

Physiothérapie Sans Frontières (PSF) continues to grow at a strong pace through recently established partnerships. In Tanzania, PSF is now working with the physiotherapy department at the Kibosho hospital, where physiotherapists and physical rehabilitation technicians..

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Voluntary cooperation program: Making services sustainable

Ourfive-year voluntary cooperation  program with Global Affairs Canada(GAC) is now in its fourth year,  and the volunteer cooperants who workin the field continue to share  their know-how and skills to further expand the intervention capabilities..

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Week one in Tanzania!

Upon arrival to Kilimanjaro October 17, 2017, we were greeted by sister Theo at one of the congregation of the parish. Our stay with them for the first two nights was fantastic! We were welcome..

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A Successful Moustache Initiative

Terre Sans Frontières (TSF) would like to thank Mr. Marc Beaudoin for the Moustache Initiative. Last May, Mr. Beaudoin suggested to shave off his moustache, which he has had practically non-stop since adolescence, to raise..

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2 CPAs in Haiti

In just a few days, Marc Bélanger, FCPA, FCMA, and Colin Benoit-Dunnigan, CPA, CMA, will begin the 2nd CPA Without Borders (CPAWB) field mission in Haiti. Their assignment is to support the sound governance efforts..

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First Exploratory Mission

Physiothérapie Sans Frontières sent a team to Tanzania to determine local needs in terms of training and awareness while defining the roles of future volunteers. In this exploratory mission, several hospitals were visited, as well..

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A Quebec International Solidarity Agency

The Association québécoise des organismes de solidarité internationale (AQOCI), of which Terre Sans Frontières (TSF) is a member of, and the Quebec government, will examine the opportunity of creating a Quebec International Solidarity Agency. This..

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Nineteen agencies call for action to prevent another Christmas massacre by Africa’s most brutal rebel group

New report says the Lord’s Resistance Army is now the most deadly militia in the DRC. The international community needs to act to prevent another Christmas massacre and the almost daily killing sprees by the..

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Première at the Grande Bibliothèque of Montreal

The DVD Allo la terre, j’ai pas de frontières (Hello Earth, I’ve got no borders) which tells of the mission of CWB in Bolivia through the eyes of three young journalists, was premiered Wednesday, January..

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Multidisciplinaryteam in Guatemala

On November 14, 2008, volunteers with Chiropractic Without Borders (CWB) and Dentistes Sans Frontières (DSF) (Dentists Without Borders) orchestrated the first multidisciplinary mission to Guatemala. The chiropractic team was made of Dr.Mélanie Leclerc and Dr…

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Dungu Under Attack

Dungu is under attack. This is the subject of the harrowing message that Terre Sans Frontières (TSF) received in the night of Friday, October 31 to Saturday, November 1 2008, when assailants from the Lord’s..

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First mission to the Philippines

From January 11 to February 1st, 2008, a small team from Chiropractic Without Borders (CWB) composed of Doctors Marc Perreault and Stéphanie Brulé, assisted by Mr. Michel Laplante, went to the Philippines. Since this was..

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A well-appreciated intervention in Ecuador

A team of Chiropractic Without Borders (CWB) composed of Dr. Isabelle Gendron and graduates Émilie Gaignard, Isabelle Lemyre, Annie-Claude Roy, Marie-Hélène Paillé, Anie Desaulniers and Evelyne Caron worked in Ecuaor from July 5 to 19,..

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A Bird’s Eye View of the Human Condition

At 74 years old, Guy Gervais has no intention of living his retirement by the fireside, thinking back of all the memories he holds from his experience in every corner of the world. This man..

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New classrooms for the Belewete school

The Belewete primary practice school located in Dungu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, will soon be given a rejuvenation treatment. This project of Terre Sans Frontières to rebuild eight classrooms and the rehabilitation of..

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Dental Instruments for Dungu

A number of small dental instruments have been offered by Dentistes Sans Frontières to the Dungu Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo. This donation of Québec Dentaire is a first step towards the desired..

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Vaccination Campaign

More than 11 500 children were vaccinated against polio and 7650 against measles as part of a vaccination drive organized by UNICEF in the Democratic Republic of Congo and supported by Terre Sans Frontières through..

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Dentistes Sans Frontières intervention in Bolivia, Guatemala and Honduras

Dentistes Sans Frontières has now taken root in Bolivia thanks to a partnership developed with the Brothers of Christian Instruction and the Centro de Salud Juan Maria. Between February 10 and 24 this year, Dr…

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Guy Gervais in Quebec for a while

Guy Gervais, the head pilot of Avions Sans Frontières (ASF), returned from the Democratic Republic of Congo after completing six months at the controls of his Cessna 206. With an average of 55 hours of..

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A more “adventurous” mission

A team of Optométristes Sans Frontières was in Honduras from February 24 to March 5, 2001 on a rather unusual and enterprising mission which enabled them to reach a particularly disadvantaged part of the population…

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