ATE has taught me the ‘culture of saving’

By teaching the concept of saving, our Small Business Owners are able to grow their businesses and care for their families Rufina is a weaver in Lawra town with her shop in an excellent location where she is guaranteed regular customers and steady foot traffic. When...

Nicky’s Story

Why i’m doing the Ride London 46 On 30th July, I’ll be cycling 46 miles of a spectacular route from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London to The Mall. https://www.prudentialridelondon.co.uk/events/46/ I’ll be pedalling away to raise funds to...

I LOVE ATE

#ILoveATE   It’s Small Charities Week! A week of raising the profile and celebrating the work of small charities everywhere. And to get it started they have launched an I LOVE SMALL CHARITIES campaign, an excellent opportunity to shout about why you love...

Meeting Edith

Last month, on a monitoring and evaluation trip to Lawra we spent time in each of our ATE supported schools. It is a fantastic opportunity to meet the individuals impacted by ATE’s programmes and to assess how well the programme is operating. During this time we...

GUBA 2017 – Best Charity of the Year Award!

ATE is extremely proud to announce that we have received the GUBA 2017 Best Charity of the Year Award! The Ghana UK Based Achievement Awards (GUBA) is a platform to celebrate, recognise and support Ghanaian-based individuals, businesses and innovation in the UK as...