ATE News

Jonathan’s Creative Arts In Lawra – Week 1

A long distance bus journey in Ghana is an insight into the resourcefulness of the Ghanaian people and also the limitations of their bureaucratic systems. First up are the frustrations of buying a bus ticket from Accra to Lawra (a 14 hour overnight trip): you must... read more

ATE seeks support with local office space

We have thoroughly enjoyed the past few months of being lucky enough to have a “pop-up” office space at no. 7 The Square, Ramsbury. Recognising that so much of the charity’s achievements would not be possible without the loyal and dedicated support... read more

The 2,800 mile challenge

From ATE’s head office in Ramsbury to the Lawra District in Ghana where we deliver our programmes, it is 2,800 miles as the crow flies. That’s a long way but we’d like you to help us reach it and fundraise as you go! For 2017, we have decided to set... read more

A letter to all supporters, by Sarah Gardner

Dear Friends of ATE, At this magical time of the year, I reflect on our recent achievements with immense pride, renewed determination and joy. We have so much to celebrate. It has been another incredible year for ATE, a year of very hard work, of sweat, tears, and... read more

New year, new school

Back in November 2016 we carried out a baseline analysis report for our new school feeding project in Gombele Junior High School. The findings featured in this report are a stark reminder of the reason why we began this journey; to reduce poverty and improve the life... read more

Data Gathering at Gombele Junior High School

I’m sitting across a table from Jennifer, a diminutive and solemn 14 year old student at Gombele Junior High School. The table has been placed under a tree a little distance from the school buildings to ensure our conversation is private. Jennifer is amongst a small... read more

Action Through Enterprise - ATE with Jonathan Hall at Aldbourne Square.

We were at Aldbourne Community Market today, meeting villagers and selling some products made by our small business owners in Lawra. Thanks to everyone that stoped by to say hello!
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We were at Aldbourne Community Market today, meeting villagers and selling some products made by our small business owners in Lawra. Thanks to everyone that stoped by to say hello!

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