ATE News

Ruth’s Story

#JustKeepPedalling!   As my Mum and good friend Larney once said to a training-wheel-dependent, tantrum-throwing, young Ruth, “Goddam it Ruth, just keep pedalling!” After completing 2/3 of the Busselton Ironman 70.3 (swim and run legs) in Team Dad and... read more

James’s Story

Next Saturday, James Higgins will be taking part in The Marlborough Downs Challenge. This is a brutal 33 mile race through the beautiful Wiltshire countryside with over 3000 feet of climbing. The race promises to be a challenge, with no route markers and is almost... read more

Recruitment of a Trustee

Recruitment of a Trustee – Specialising in International Development ATE is seeking a passionate development professional to add to our well established, committed and highly skilled board of five trustees. We are looking to appoint a new trustee with knowledge... read more

A Night at Ramsbury Races

A NIGHT AT RAMSBURY RACES! In aid of Action Through Enterprise. Saturday 13th May at the Ramsbury Memorial Hall, from 7:30pm “Ride” or “Own” a horse to win prizes, have a flutter on a race and enjoy a night of merriment with friends. Tickets include cheese, biscuits... read more

Celebrating International Women’s Day

An important day to celebrate, promote and fight for the equal rights of women across the world!   Here at Action Through Enterprise we deliver programmes that work with and for the people of Upper West Ghana helping to reduce barriers to education or access to a... read more

BizATE: The Sub-Saharan Incubator by Asif Noorani

The technology boom has seen a huge rise in the number of business incubators in the UK, Europe and United States. Incubators exist to accelerate the successful development of entrepreneurial companies, through an array of business support resources and services. A... read more

A Case Study on Teresa by Stephen Hodgson

Teresa the Seamstress   Teresa is a young lady who works in Lawra. She was awarded a grant by ATE to develop her seamstress business in a steel container unit on one of the main roads in the town.   She qualified as a seamstress two years ago and now has... read more

A Case Study on Dakura Kyalepuo by Stephen Hodgson

Dakura Kyalepuo the subsistence farmer   It was inspiring to meet Dakura a year ago. He is a subsistence farmer, in his seventies, living in a very remote area south of Lawra. Last year he applied for a grant from ATE in order to buy sheep with a view to rearing... read more

Today is International Day of Families!
We are proud to be supporting families through all of our projects; BizATE, educATE, VocATE and particularly our SNAP programme. Supporting a family is so important. We want to celebrate international day of families with our whole ATE family but also with you as our extended ATE family. Thank you for all that you do.
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Today is International Day of Families! 
We are proud to be supporting families through all of our projects; BizATE, educATE, VocATE and particularly our SNAP programme. Supporting a family is so important. We want to celebrate international day of families with our whole ATE family but also with you as our extended ATE family. Thank you for all that you do.

Action Through Enterprise - ATE added 2 new photos.

Busy morning at Karbo Junior High School with the team to evaluate our school feeding programme. After weighing, measuring and interviewing the students and teachers it was time for banku and groundnut soup!
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Busy morning at Karbo Junior High School with the team to evaluate our school feeding programme. After weighing, measuring and interviewing the students and teachers it was time for banku and groundnut soup!

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