SNAP is taking centre stage in ATE operations for 2018. The most significant programme development will involve the building of a brand new, purpose-built SNAP building! Through a generous grant from the District Chief Executive we have acquired a plot of land... read more
March is National Disabilities Month and an excellent opportunity to highlight the fantastic people we work with and our wonderful Special Needs Awareness Programme, SNAP. Many of you will be familiar with SNAP, which works to improve the lives of disabled children... read more
“I will support ATE at every opportunity from now on.” Penny Locke and her two sons, Toby and Adam, were motivated by ATE’s work in Lawra and decided they wanted to be more involved, better understand the impact of ATE’s work... read more
Worldwide, 45% of deaths in children under the age of 5 are related to malnutrition; 2 billion people suffer from micronutrient deficiencies; and while rates of obesity continue to rise in some countries there are 150 million children suffering from under nutrition... read more
THE 2800 MILE CHALLENGE! Over the course of 2017, we invited all our supporters to join us in our biggest challenge yet – to collectively amass enough miles to cover the distance as the crow flies between our UK office in Ramsbury and the district of Lawra in Upper... read more
An enormous thank you to everyone who donated to the Christmas Challenge and helped us spread awareness of the campaign. We had a target of £4,200 and with your help we managed to raise an incredible £6,543! This money is directly supporting school children by... read more
ATE hands over lunch time feeding to Ghana School Feeding Program, but continues supporting the children by providing a nutritious breakfast It was the children in the community surrounding Karbo Primary School that were the inspiration for the founding of ATE. Sarah... read more
ATE is a young, dynamic charity which is making a significant impact in Upper West Ghana. We are looking for a passionate, well-organised, fluent Dagaree speaker to become ATE’s SNAP Project Leader. This brand new position will drive ATE’s SNAP program forward... read more
Gabriel lives far away from his school in the remote village of Gombele. The journey on foot was tiring and long. Determined to buy himself a bicycle, Gabriel left school and travelled to the south of Ghana in search of work. Many young people, including children,... read more
The Big Give Christmas Challenge is an opportunity for you to DOUBLE your donation to ATE! From midday Tuesday 28th November until midday Tuesday 5th December ATE has been selected to join this year’s Big Give Christmas Challenge! It is a chance for us to raise... read more
Action Through Enterprise - ATE is asking for donations.
Everybody needs somebody. Our monthly SNAP support groups make sure that families of disabled children have the support they need. Make a contribution to our health care fund for SNAP members today and help make sure they receive the medical care they need when they need it. #NationalDisabilitiesMonth #charitytuesday ... See MoreSee Less
Action Through Enterprise - ATE added 4 new photos.
Rose Carling is just 8 years old and has raised an amazing £65 for ATE! She did a sponsored walk, made posters and asked her Mum to help by emailing family and friends. We are so impressed with her hard work and commitment to raising money to support our children in Ghana. Thank you, Rose! ... See MoreSee Less