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Educational Inequalities in Ghana

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed stark regional, social and economic inequalities in Ghana's educational system. On 16th March, days after Ghana confirmed its first case of coronavirus, President Nana Akufo-Addo announced indefinite closure of all schools to curb...

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Winner of a Global Good Award!

ATE is delighted have won a Global Good Award in the Community Partnership category for our innovative BizATE work carried out in partnership with Commercial Education Trust. BizATE is a small business development training programme which tackles deepening poverty in...

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The Plight of a Disabled Farming Group in Lissa

I had the unique privilege to visit some  farmers who are into Dry Season Farming. Spending time with farmers, on the farm, learning about their work was an eye-opening experience. Lissa farming group was one of the farms I visited. This is a farming group of disabled...

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Rufina’s Story – Small Business Owner

The impact of Coronavirus is being felt by all businesses around the world. To help us understand the economic impact of COVID-19 in Lawra, the ATE team have been out in the community, talking with all of our small businesses, monitoring how they have been affected by...

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Olivia’s Story – Student at Biro JHS

The longest vacation period basic schools have in Ghana here is after the third term. This is the period between early August to early September. A time students really long for. They buy the books, uniforms, school sandals, school bags, and basic home necessities by...

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Ali’s Story – Small Business Owner

The virus, COVID-19, has had a huge impact on our daily personal lives and businesses. Markets were closed, borders closed, restaurants shut, buses parked and long distance travels terminated. It was a long, unproductive but resource consuming months. These months...

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Solomon’s Story – Student at Bagri Junction JHS

This is Viezie Solomon a form two boy of Bagri Junction Junior High School. He has to burn charcoal to make vital funds during this season, while the schools are closed. He is scared to go back to school even if the ban on schools is lifted, due to the coronavirus....

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Agnes’ Story – Small Business Owner

Agnes Kyile is one of the most determined young and enterprising people we support. She is a hairdresser and her hairdressing business was on the peak of progress. I could confidently say she would have made a sustainable business. She had constant flow of customers...

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Action Through Enterprise - ATE

Earlier this month, we were delighted to win silver at the Global Good Awards! Our award was in the Community Partnership category, for our innovative BizATE programme working with entrepreneurs in rural Ghana, supported by our partners Commercial Education Trust.

Here are our Ghana Team in Lawra celebrating the win!

#globalgoodaward #entrepreneurs #smallbusinesssupport
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Earlier this month, we were delighted to win silver at the Global Good Awards! Our award was in the Community Partnership category, for our innovative BizATE programme working with entrepreneurs in rural Ghana, supported by our partners Commercial Education Trust. 

Here are our Ghana Team in Lawra celebrating the win!

#globalgoodaward #entrepreneurs #smallbusinesssupport

"Paulina is now 8 years old and living with special needs. She is one amongst the many beneficiaries of ATE that was sent into main stream education in 2018. Just like her peers, she was also enjoying some of the interventions, until the recent coronavirus menace."

We’re proud to share first hand stories of how the people of Lawra have been impacted by the pandemic. Read Kaamil’s piece on Paulina and other families like hers, here bit.ly/35gVsP0

#RebuildLawra #ourpandemic
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Paulina is now 8 years old and living with special needs. She is one amongst the many beneficiaries of ATE that was sent into main stream education in 2018. Just like her peers, she was also enjoying some of the interventions, until the recent coronavirus menace.

We’re proud to share first hand stories of how the people of Lawra have been impacted by the pandemic. Read Kaamil’s piece on Paulina and other families like hers, here bit.ly/35gVsP0

#RebuildLawra #ourpandemic

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Brilliant piece 👍

A fantastic piece of writing by the wonderful Kaamil Issahaku

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We're writing thank you letters in the office this morning!

Thank you so much to everyone who has donated to our Rebuild Campaign so far, we are so grateful. With your help, we will repair the damage made from the pandemic in Lawra, and Rebuild for better.

To support the campaign, see bit.ly/aterebuild
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Were writing thank you letters in the office this morning!

Thank you so much to everyone who has donated to our Rebuild Campaign so far, we are so grateful. With your help, we will repair the damage made from the pandemic in Lawra, and Rebuild for better.

To support the campaign, see bit.ly/aterebuild
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