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Creating Magic

ATE are extremely fortunate to work with the supporters, staff and volunteers that we have as part of our wider organisational family. Donors and supporters provide us with the funds vital for our programmes, whilst staff and volunteers drive the impact forward. When...

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An UpdATE, from Sarah Gardner

I am proud to be the Chief Executive of Action Through Enterprise, a small charity doing brilliant work in Lawra, Upper West Ghana. We empower communities and individuals to better their lives, we give the support that’s needed for bright motivated people to meet...

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Change happens one person at a time

Each month ATE hosts three SNAP (Special Needs Awareness Programme) meetings across the Lawra District; the first Wednesday of each month, the Inclusion Centre hosts Lawra SNAP meeting. The second to last Saturday of the month, one of our partner schools, Dowine JHS...

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What a day!

This week I shared the Iceberg Theory with the team in Ghana. It’s an interesting concept that can be transferable with its use. Its main message is around what you do versus what others see- often a job, a project or an outcome is seen by many (the visible), yet the...

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ATE’s Christmas Card Competition!

ATE is looking for talented young artists to create our 2019 Christmas Cards! We are taking entries from children in Ramsbury (and surrounding areas) and in Lawra, and will select at least one winner from each place. As well as being beautiful and Christmassy, we’re...

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Akwaaba to Lawra!

In June I hopped on a 6 hour plane, and a 17 hour overnight bus, to work with ATE in Lawra, Upper West Ghana for a month. Having worked for ATE for six months as a Research and Projects Intern, supporting the team with the variety of projects which the charity runs, I...

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School Dropout at Gombile Junior High School

'The main reason for ATE’s initiative to feed pupils in some selected deprived Junior High Schools in the Lawra Municipality is to ease access to basic education in those rural areas. This initiate drove most children back into schools not only in the Lawra Township...

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Opportunity to join ATE’s board

Action Through Enterprise (ATE) has an exciting opportunity to join the board of our dynamic, small international development charity working to reduce poverty in rural Ghana through access to education, small business development and inclusion for disabled children...

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Join our Board of Trustees

ATE is seeking a passionate development professional to add to our well established, committed and highly skilled board of five trustees. This is a really exciting opportunity for a passionate, knowledgeable person to make a meaningful difference to our dynamic...

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EID MUBARAK Dears ATE.

Eid Mubarak

After an extremely traumatic event, Augustina and her son, Frank, were directed to our Inclusion Centre in December last year. They were urgently in need of support, and we were able to give it - as we still do now. It is such a privilege to work with Augustina and mothers like her. Women who have fought for the lives of their disabled children, and in some cases, fought for their own life. ... See MoreSee Less

After an extremely traumatic event, Augustina and her son, Frank, were directed to our Inclusion Centre in December last year. They were urgently in need of support, and we were able to give it - as we still do now. It is such a privilege to work with Augustina and mothers like her. Women who have fought for the lives of their disabled children, and in some cases, fought for their own life.Image attachment

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I can only imagine what she’s been through. Amazing work ATE team ♥️

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