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ATE’s Summer newsletter

Summer newsletter 2018 Newsletter No: 9 – Summer 2018 A message from ATE’s Chief Executive: What a great year we are having! ATE now feeds nearly 1000 children at 6 schools, has set up 74 businesses and 5 large farms, supports 10 young female apprentices, works with... read more

Launch of ATE’s 6th School Feeding Program!

Earlier this year, I spent several days riding around the district searching for the next community for ATE to work with. We found Biro – a village, an hour from the center of Lawra, inaccessible by car with no electricity, no mobile phone network and extreme... read more

Eat for ATE

We are lucky enough to receive incredible ongoing support from so many people. One of our generous friends is Karen Barraclough, who has been supporting ATE since the very beginning. As part of her contribution, Karen raises money for us by organising ‘Eat for... read more

New School Feeding Program!

ATE is extremely proud to have launched a school feeding program at Lawra Girl’s Model Junior High School in Lawra today. This brand new girls school, established in September 2017 by Ghana Education Service, is a unique opportunity for 34 vulnerable teenage... read more

We need your permission to stay in touch!

Let’s keep in touch!   Because regulations about how organisations contact supporters are changing, we will be getting in touch to ask for your consent to keep in contact with you in future. So, why does ATE ask to have, keep and use your contact details? The... read more

Recruitment of a Project Assistant

ATE is a young and dynamic charity that is making a significant impact in Lawra, Ghana. As a result of significant growth, we are looking for a capable, enthusiastic and hardworking person to become an ATE Project Assistant. The successful candidate will have... read more

My week in Lawra, by Adam Quinn

My week in Lawra   We are incredibly grateful to Adam Quinn and his family; they have been supporting ATE and spreading awareness of our work in Hungerford for a long time now. But when they told us they told us they wanted to be even more involved, we were... read more

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