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International Frank Schnabel Volunteer Award

 

The International Frank Schnabel Award was established in 2004, named in honour of WFH founder Frank Schnabel. This award honours an individual with hemophilia, or a family member of a person with hemophilia who has contributed significantly to further the mission and goals of the WFH.

The award is given every two years at Congress.

Mark Skinner, WFH USA President, winner of the 2016 International Frank Schnabel Volunteer Award; left to right: Tom Skinner (his father), Alain Weill (WFH President) and Brian Skinner (his nephew).  

 Criteria

  • A number of years’ involvement in the work of WFH
  • Involvement in one or several areas such as WFH committees and programs on blood safety, communications, healthcare development, fundraising, congress, or WFH national member organizations
  • Please note: current WFH Board members and WFH staff are not eligible

Read about other WFH awards

For more information, please contact awards@wfh.org.


Past recipients

2016
Mark Skinner
WFH USA

2014
David Page
Canadian Hemophilia Society

Brian O’Mahony
Irish Hemophilia Society

2012
Martha Patricia Monteros Rincón
Federación de Hemofilia de la República Mexicana

2010
Antonia Luque de Garrido

Venezuelan Association of Hemophilia (AVH)

2008
Jean-Michel Bouchez

Association Française des Hémophiles

2006
Yuri Zhulyov

Russian Hemophilia Society

2004
Ashok Verma

Hemophilia Federation India


Updated October 2016