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Our Next Ten Years – By the ATE team

Our first ten years have achieved so much – now Action Through Enterprise is ready for an ambitious new phase of growth.   The first good news is that we are two years ahead of schedule with our plan to ensure that everyone in the district of Lawra can access our...

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Action and Impact in Lawra, Ghana

I recently returned home from my trip to Ghana and I cannot help but feel a sense of excitement as well as an overwhelming warmth about the last 2 weeks. My time there has been rewarding and enriching, and I feel I am a more mature person as a result. Over the last 10...

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SNAP Mothers Small-Scale Business Training Programme

Action Through Enterprise (ATE) is on a fight to eradicate poverty of all forms in Lawra, using reliable and sustainable strategies that are within the reach of our beneficiaries. The SNAP mothers small-scale business training programme is a poverty alleviation...

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Celebrating our newest team member!

Rachel Barker joins ATE as Admin and Finance Officer! Rachel comes from the accounts department of a global market research company. However, having taught maths for a number of years in secondary and primary schools, as well as working with young people who had been...

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Notice of Recruitment in Lawra

Role: SNAP Coordinator  Hours: Full time Pay: 600GhC (gross) Location: ATE Inclusion Centre with time spent in rural communities within Lawra Municipality To apply: provide a CV and letter of application to Kaamil Issahaku to the ATE Inclusion Centre in Lawra before...

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Recruitment of an Admin and Finance Officer

ATE is a small, dynamic, fast growing and well-respected charity which requires a competent, detail focused individual to play a key supportive role within the team to help drive the organisation forward. Admin and Finance Officer is an exciting, brand-new position...

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A Reason to Dream

ATE VocATE SUPPORT PROJECT-2021 Education, Training, and lifelong learning calls for innovative approaches in skills development, which is directed towards poverty reduction and socio-economic empowerment of rural poor and their communities (Geneva, 17 June, 2017)....

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Barikisu and her sister are breaking all sorts of barriers! Female farmers growing food in the dry season 💪🏿🌱🍅 We are so proud to have set them up with top class equipment and training to make this possible.

These two wonderful ladies are doing tremendous work. They have cultivated about 2 acres of land and their crops are looking healthy! They have planted maize, cabbage, cucumber, green peppers, cassava and chilly peppers- and soon they will get these products to market and make great profits.

Our Dry Season Farming programme is a game changer - it provides food security AND ecomonic empowerment. We love it.
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Barikisu and her sister are breaking all sorts of barriers! Female farmers growing food in the dry season 💪🏿🌱🍅  We are so proud to have set them up with top class equipment and training to make this possible.

These two wonderful ladies are doing tremendous work. They have cultivated about 2 acres of land and their crops are looking healthy! They have planted maize, cabbage, cucumber, green peppers, cassava and chilly peppers- and soon they will get these products to market and make great profits.

Our Dry Season Farming programme is a game changer - it provides food security AND ecomonic empowerment. We love it.

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Their smiles are soo touching!😊❤Efforts worth emulating. Proud of them👏

The 2 powerful women in the middle of the men

That's nice to hear of my district growing through agriculture. At least they can cater for their daily needs through that . Thumbs up to ATE.

I will challenge them

Amazing!⭐💪

Amazing work from Karbo Sylvester in Bagri.

Amazing!! Women empowerment through Action Through Enterprise - ATE Dry Season Farming program

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A vibrant meeting today for our disabled children and their carers, in our purpose built Inclusion Centre. There were tears and laughter as problems were shared. We hold these monthly meetings in 5 communities, and love seeing how the groups thrive and grow. ... See MoreSee Less

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Amazing work ATE👍👍👍

Hi

Great❤

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Would you like to do a Tough Mudder?!
Let us know if you're up for a challenge this year, and we'll put a team together!I am considering doing another Tough Mudder this year..... is there anyone out there who would be interested in doing it with me?!

They are honestly brilliant- so much fun, great for fitness and an opportunity to raise some money for Action Through Enterprise - ATE.
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Would you like to do a Tough Mudder?! 
Let us know if youre up for a challenge this year, and well put a team together!

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I'd consider it too! 😁x

I'm interested; however, I'm in school

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