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A Day in the Life of Janet

4am – wakes up, prays, cleans house, sets fire. Then, she goes to the well to get water, warms water over fire and bathes her 3 year old daughter Patience. No breakfast. 7am – leaves for work. It used to take 2 hours to walk, but now ATE has helped her buy a bike for... read more

Entrepreneurial Amatus Knows No Bounds

Amatus represents everything that is positive and hopeful about ATE. In less than one year, he has built a thriving business, employed two people, won a scholarship to study at University in Accra – and is planning to open a factory next year. And he’s only 19. It... read more

Pioneering Headteacher John Bosco

John Bosco has gone a full circle. He was the pioneering headteacher at Dowine Junior High School before, during and after ATE helped establish the school-feeding programme. But now, he’s been posted to a different school – Boo JHS – where there’s no feeding... read more

A Day in the Life of Christiana

It’s always great to see a business expand and diversify – and that’s exactly what Christiana has done. She’s used her grant from ATE to buy supplies for her hairdressing business, and now also buys and sells maize. In fact, the maize has become a bigger part of the... read more

Pete is cycling Ireland!

I am one of ATE’s six trustees, as well as a cancer- and stroke-survivor, with a big cycle challenge ahead of me. It will be an epic ride for me, cycling the length of Ireland from its most Southern to its most Northern tip. This is the story of how I arrived at... read more

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