International Voluntary Humanitarian Environmental Services (IVHES)
The National Director from Canada and Allied Countries Asphandiar Wadiwalla of Commonwealth International had the pleasure of conferring The Commonwealth International’s the IVHES Award Certificate and Trophy to The Official Opposition Leader and Head of our Federal Conservative Party of Canada Rt. Hon. Rona Ambrose who is also appointed by HM Queen Elizabeth II Queen of England.
This prestigious Award Certificate & Trophy was awarded to Honourable Rona Ambrose, at our 2-Day Federal Convention held here in Toronto on 26 and 27 May 2017 in front of all foreign and our Canadian Mainstream Media from all over the World who had gathered here in Toronto to cover our Federal Convention of our Federal Leadership Race & Election.
Congratulations to our Rt. Hon. Rona Ambrose from Canada! Rt. Hon. Rona Ambrose served as the Senior Federal Minister under our Conservative Party of Canada from 2006 till end of 2015. She managed so many important portfolios and Ministries in Ottawa efficiently with her experience and skills.
International Voluntary Endeavour is ardently promoted by the pageant alongside the promotion of cultural awareness, exchange and heritage protection, education, philanthropy, social inclusion, poverty eradication, family values, children’s welfare, ladies’ sport, environmental protection, animal welfare, tourism, and fundraising for registered humanitarian and environmental charities and projects around the world in the interest aid of community Quality of Life improvement.
Past recipients include; Dr Nelson Mandela, Bill Gates, Amitabh Bachchan, Sir Philip Green, Dame Anita Lucia Roddick, Dame Judith Amaechi, DBE, Prof Princess Halliday and Dr Clarissa Ben-Gam, among others. Congratulations from Miss Commonwealth Organisation, UK to a worthy recipient of the prestigious IVHES Award, Rt. Hon. Rona Ambrose.
International Voluntary Humanitarian Environmental Services (IVHES) Scheme
The International Voluntary Humanitarian and Environmental Services (IVHES) Award Scheme was introduced by the Miss Commonwealth International pageant for the recognition and global promotion of commendable voluntary Endeavour.
The International Voluntary Endeavour is ardently promoted by the pageant alongside the promotion of cultural awareness, exchange and heritage protection, education, philanthropy, social inclusion, poverty eradication, family values, children’s welfare, environmental protection, tourism and fundraising for registered humanitarian and environmental charities and projects around the world in the interest of community and environmental sustainability in aid of community quality of life improvement.
Every year, the international community is invited to nominate anyone, living or late, who in their opinion merits an award for commendable voluntary Endeavour. The top three to four most nominated persons are identified for the award.
IVHES Top Three Previous Nominees
Councillor Liaquat Ali MBE JP is honoured for his voluntary promotion of global peace and unity through the Global and Peace organization of which he chairs.
Dr Nelson Mandela
Jnr IVHES Awards
International Voluntary Humanitarian and Environmental Services Awards
for outstanding international community champions and role models
30th October 2010
A British teenager made history on 30th of October 2010 as the first to be presented a Junior IVHES Award trophy. Then, at the tender age of 13, and, despite growing up in a home in financial hardship and never having enough of anything she wants or needs, Natalie Kassanga’s remarkable will power and strength of character can be seen in her accomplishments, not only as a singer, actor and dancer, but also as a supporter of charities and charitable fundraising, etc.
She has undertaken all these activities, alongside continuing to carry on as a capable and productive student, coping with the pressures of always meeting the challenge posed by activities. A true role model who, regardless of financial difficulties, has continued to perform and has inspired many children and deserves to be honoured to raise awareness of the likes of her.
Her hardworking mother, Sylvia, says:
” Natalie is aged 13 with big aspirations and has performed, as an actor, singer and dancer in various top West End and other shows, and her credits include the following:-
- The Lion King as young Nala 2007-2008.
- Oliver along side Rowan Artkinson 2008-2009.
- Chitty Chitty Bang Bang West End Tour 2010
- Toscar 2007
- Winner of UK Unsigned 2007
She has performed in many charity events such as:-
- Chamber of Commerce awards 2010
- School Cancer event 2009
- Red Nose day 2009
- World picnic 2009
She has performed in many festivals and guest starring events through Milton Keynes (MK), including MK Dons stadium events, competitions and MKVibe.
Natalie has inspired youngsters to attend stage Coach theatre school.
Natalie was featured in “Discover MK 2008”. She was finalist of the “Pride of MK 2008”
and finally, “MK Top Talent 2009″
Her hard work and perseverance has meant that she has never given up in any task and finally won a full scholarship to a theatre performing school but this sadly could not go ahead.
We believe Natalie is a true role model as she has vision and will persevere to the end to reach her goal….”