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...

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...

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...

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...