Investing in Women and Girls

By Leela Shanti In my role with ATE as Programmes & Development Officer, I have responsibilities for managing our monitoring and evaluation processes, and using what we learn from our data to improve what we do – to improve our programmes, strategies and impacts....

Launch of Hub 5!

ATE is extremely excited to be launching its 5th ‘Hub of Development’ in Lawra! By Sarah Albeboure The new community to benefit from our innovative poverty reduction model is centred around Bagri Junction Junior High School (JHS), which serves the four nearby...

Evaluating the pilot of our vocation learning programme

VocATE: A Pilot Programme Evaluation – November 2018 The single greatest means of transforming a community in a sustainable way is to empower community members to support themselves. VocATE is a vocational learning programme launched by ATE in 2016, as a development...

Independence and Freedom

On this Independence Day, school children in Lawra are proudly marching to celebrate Ghanaian freedom. They wear freshly pressed uniforms, shining white socks and moisturise their skin until it gleams, hold their heads high and march in perfect unison. They are proud...

Trade in your pancakes for Sensen this Shrove Tuesday!

Sensen are savoury pancakes made with bean flour, water and oil. When the Sensen are served, they are torn up into medium sized pieces and mixed into a pot of green vegetables. Deliciously salty, they are eaten with your hands and go perfectly with a bit of chilli...