ATE News

World Youth Skills Day

In light of World Youth Skills Day on 15th July, we want to take a moment to reflect on youth in Lawra Municipal and the importance of equipping youth with entrepreneurial skills, now more than ever. There are some very sobering facts reported globally on the high...

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United Against Racism – #BlackLivesMatter

Like many people around the world, we are deeply shocked and outraged by the recent racially motivated events in the United States. The murder of George Floyd (as well as Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and too many others), the subsequent state-sanctioned violence...

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Fear, Pride and Heartbreak – by Sarah Gardner

The last 2 months have been a whirlwind. A rollercoaster of emotions, and (another) steep learning curve. In the days that followed my realisation of what the pandemic could mean for ATE, I was deep in fear and anxiety. I was kept awake at night with a series of...

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ATE’s COVID-19 Response Timeline

For so many of us around the world, we have been faced with unprecedented challenges in a turbulent and scary time as we enter the fifth month of the global pandemic, COVID-19. Our work in Upper West Ghana was immediately threatened when the cases of Coronavirus...

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INCREDIBLE! HOW DID HE DO IT?

Started in 2012, ATE is a charity organisation with the goal to reduce, if not to eradicate, poverty in Lawra. A number of programs were strategically put in place in order to tackle this old and well known issue. Among the programs is the one we call BizATE which...

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ATE’s Covid-19 Response: Standing Together

Together we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The Covid-19 crisis is bringing about huge change to all of our lives, to our work here at ATE and the charity sector, whose role as society’s lifeline is now more vital than ever. With coronavirus being a truly...

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Saviour Domoyaga

Each Tuesday and Thursday morning, the ATE team in Ghana are greeted by various children with their mothers and grandmothers- the occasion being our weekly SNAP PlayScheme. Children and their guardians will walk many miles often to make it to our 8.30am PlayScheme,...

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Recruitment of Hub Support Assistant

ATE is a young and dynamic charity that is making a significant impact in Lawra, Ghana. As a result of significant growth, we are looking for a capable, enthusiastic and hardworking person to become an ATE Hub Support Assistant. The successful candidate will be...

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ATE Inclusion Centre Stakeholder Event

On a hot, sunny Wednesday morning in Lawra, Upper West Ghana, our ATE Inclusion Centre was host to our ATE Stakeholder Event this January. Along with our ATE Ghana Inclusion Centre team, we were joined by Charles Gardner, ATE Chair of Trustees and 40 key stakeholders...

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In a time of fear, uncertainty and extreme hunger. We are proud to be doing everything that we can for the children we support, particularly those in JHS 3 who are now back in school to prepare for exams.
Our commitment is unwavering.
#atewontstop
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In a time of fear, uncertainty and extreme hunger. We are proud to be doing everything that we can for the children we support, particularly those in JHS 3 who are now back in school to prepare for exams. 
Our commitment is unwavering.
#ATEwontstop

We supported Paulina to begin school 2 years ago- access to education has transformed her life. This happy, enthusiastic little girl misses her friends and teachers whilst schools are closed, but is visited by our SNAP team regularly. Kaamil’s warm relationship with her shines through these beautiful pictures ❤️

Society finds it easy to ignore disabled children living in remote rural communities- we don’t. Our commitment to Paulina and her family is steadfast and sure.
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We supported Paulina to begin school 2 years ago- access to education has transformed her life. This happy, enthusiastic little girl misses her friends and teachers whilst schools are closed, but is visited by our SNAP team regularly. Kaamil’s warm relationship with her shines through these beautiful pictures ❤️

Society finds it easy to ignore disabled children living in remote rural communities- we don’t. Our commitment to Paulina and her family is steadfast and sure.Image attachmentImage attachment
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