ATE News

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

Raise extra funds for new standing orders

It’s that festive time of year and as part of the Christmas cheer we want to celebrate this fantastic opportunity for ATE supporters to maximise their gifts to the charity! The Joffe Charitable Trust, incredibly generously, will provide one-off grants to ATE for... read more

The Global Language

Most of the initiatives that ATE put into practice come through the obvious route from idea to activation via Sarah and her team, trustees and volunteers, but just occasionally ideas pop out of the woodwork when you least expect them.  It demonstrates how the good... read more

My trip to Ghana – Sarah Livesey

On my first day in the ATE Ramsbury office, Sarah and Leela asked if I would like to visit Lawra in May of next year. Without hesitating I said yes. I love travelling and this will be my first trip to West Africa. Reading about all of Action Through Enterprise’s... read more

Action Through Enterprise - ATE added 3 new photos.

It's harvest time! The group of disabled and blind dry season farmers ATE supports in Lissa have uprooted their bean leaves ready for sale! We are delighted for them to have achieved this despite blistering heat and a significant lack of available water.
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Its harvest time! The group of disabled and blind dry season farmers ATE supports in Lissa have uprooted their bean leaves ready for sale! We are delighted for them to have achieved this despite blistering heat and a significant lack of available water.

Action Through Enterprise - ATE with Sarah Livesey and Leela Shanti.

Today ATE staff, Leela and Sarah, were delighted to be a part of Downe House's fantastic 'Day of Discovery'. They shared Sarah Gardner's story of her journey as a volunteer to founding and running the impactful, grassroots charity that ATE is today! Thanks to all the pupils and staff at this independent school for girls in Berkshire for inviting ATE to take part!
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Today ATE staff, Leela and Sarah, were delighted to be a part of Downe Houses fantastic Day of Discovery. They shared Sarah Gardners story of her journey as a volunteer to founding and running the impactful, grassroots charity that ATE is today! Thanks to all the pupils and staff at this independent school for girls in Berkshire for inviting ATE to take part!

Big smiles from Linda at lunchtime today ❤ #banku #groundnutsoup #20p #lifechanging ... See MoreSee Less

Big smiles from Linda at lunchtime today ❤ #banku #groundnutsoup #20p #lifechanging

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