ATE News

The Launch of our SNAP Play Scheme

This morning I arrived at ATE’s incredible new Inclusion Centre reporting for work, early morning on what turned out to be a very hot day. Stepping in, I walked into a magic moment; the launch of the ATE SNAP Play Scheme. Looking around, Sarah Livesey, our Operations...

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We are hiring!

Recruitment of an Operations and Projects Support Officer This is a really exciting opportunity for somebody who is passionate about international development to contribute to outstanding poverty reduction projects in Lawra, Upper West Ghana, whilst working for an...

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ATE enters a new phase

Having encountered some challenges in early 2019, ATE is in a time of transition. As a result, we are planning a significant enhancement of our team in country, to provide a more effective outreach. Since ATE’s birth in 2012, we have been moving gradually from a very...

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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....

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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...

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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...

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My visit to Ghana volunteering with ATE

I have just returned from my trip to Lawra in the Upper West region of Ghana. I returned the day the snow came to Hungerford so it was quite a contrast to the 33 degrees I had enjoyed for the past 3 weeks. However being cocooned at home for the weekend looking out at...

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