GLS Pakistan celebrates 10th anniversary
GLS, NMA for Pakistan is 10 years old
2015 AGM all set for Hong Kong
2015 dates and venue have been chosen
EFFA President and Secretary attend Dnata City opening
EFFA President Barry Birdsall and Secretary Pauline Birdsall attended a luncheon on 28th April...
BAT Transportation is Agent of the Year
Our congratulations go to BAT Transportation, voted Agent of the Year 2013 for the second year...
2013 CHARITY IS CHOSEN
Phil Klaesges has chosen Gilda's Club, chicago as the 2013 EFFA Charity.
EFFA welcomes new agents
EFFA welcomes its first new agent to have commenced the application process through the new site.
EFFA donated: $4451 USD
The charity supported in our 2007 agm was Rameses Shriners.
Shriners Hospitals for Children is a network of pediatric specialty hospitals, founded by the Shrine, where children under the age of 18 receive excellent medical care absolutely free of charge. There are 18 orthopedic Shriners Hospitals, three Shriners Hospitals dedicated to treating children with severe burns, and one Shriners Hospital that provides orthopedic, burn and spinal cord injury care. Shriners Hospitals are located throughout North America -- 20 in the United States and one each in Mexico and Canada. These "Centers of Excellence" serve as major referral centers for children with complex orthopedic and burn problems.
There is never a charge to the patient, parent or any third party for any service or medical treatment received at Shriners Hospitals. Shriners Hospitals accept and treat children without regard to race, religion or relationship to a Shriner. Any child may be eligible for treatment at a Shriners Hospital if the child is under 18 and if, in the opinion of the hospital's chief of staff, the child has an orthopedic or burn condition that Shriners Hospitals can help.
All of the orthopedic hospitals are equipped and staffed to treat children with congenital orthopedic deformities, problems resulting from orthopedic injuries, and diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Three of the orthopedic hospitals (in Chicago, Philadelphia and Sacramento) also have special programs dedicated to caring for children with spinal cord injuries.
The Shriners Hospitals in Boston, Cincinnati, Galveston, and Sacramento treat children with acute, flesh burns; children needing plastic reconstructive or restorative surgery as a result of "healed" burns; children with severe scarring, resulting in contractures or interference with mobility of the limbs; and children with scarring and deformity of the face.
The 2007 agm was hosted by BAT Transportation Inc..
BAT Transportation Inc. hosted the 2007 AGM.