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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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Atuolokuu’s Story – SNAP Mother

Atuolokuu is one of the members of our SNAP (Special Needs Awareness Programme) Lawra group - she is the mother of a sixteen year old disabled child. She deals with firewood and farming, for herself and her family's survival. COVID-19 has had a significant impact on...

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The impact of COVID-19 on school children

Education forms an essential part of our everyday life, which goes beyond what takes place within the four walls of the classroom – it could be formal, informal or non-formal. These different types of education sometimes take place in varied ways, and in varied...

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World Humanitarian Day – Rexford Benon

On this World Humanitarian Day, 19th August, members of ATE team give their thoughts on what it means to be a humanitarian aid worker. Here are the thoughts of Hub Manager and Administration, Monitoring and Evaluation Leader, Rexford Benon, here: We are living in a...

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World Humanitarian Day – Kaamil Issahaku

On this World Humanitarian Day, 19th August, members of ATE team give their thoughts on what it means to be a humanitarian aid worker. Read the thoughts of ATE's Special Needs Awareness Programme Leader, Kaamil Issahaku, here: I have been an aid worker for some two...

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World Humanitarian Day – Sarah Gardner

On this World Humanitarian Day, 19th August, members of ATE team give their thoughts on what it means to be a humanitarian aid worker. Here are the reflections of founder and Chief Executive, Sarah Gardner: The founding principal of ATE was to directly respond to...

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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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Absolute JOY this morning as we delivered vital school supplies to our disabled children ♥

Seeing the huge impact we make, the relief and happiness these simple items bring, and knowing that it enables all of these resilient, beautiful children to go to school - it makes everything worthwhile.

We're supporting 106 children in this way. Children with disability who are able to access mainstream school, but can't afford the basics to get there. Uniforms, books, pencils, shoes, pencils, erasers - the simple, vital and, for our families, unaffordable, things they need to get the education they deserve. We are beyond proud to make this difference, and of these amazing children.
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Absolute JOY this morning as we delivered vital school supplies to our disabled children ♥

Seeing the huge impact we make, the relief and happiness these simple items bring, and knowing that it enables all of these resilient, beautiful children to go to school - it makes everything worthwhile. 

Were supporting 106 children in this way. Children with disability  who are able to access mainstream school, but cant afford the basics to get there. Uniforms, books, pencils, shoes, pencils, erasers - the simple, vital and, for our families, unaffordable, things they need to get the education they deserve. We are beyond proud to make this difference, and of these amazing children.Image attachmentImage attachment

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I smiled as I saw them smile 😊. Changing and impacting lifes. ATE✊

Their joyful faces say it all. Another great success 👍🏼

Beautiful, as both pupils and parents/guardians lough out their joy! ATE, putting smiles on the faces of the less privileged in society

Beautiful smiles 💚🙏

Absolutely love this 💚

Absolutely lovely

Congratulations 💐

Great impact

ATE making all the difference and impacting lifes

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Fantastic cakes for sale in Ramsbury, 3pm - 5pm today! Glamo Rose will be in the Memorial Hall carpark selling these goegroeus cakes 🧁 Best of all, 10% of proceeds will be donated to ATE ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Fantastic cakes for sale in Ramsbury, 3pm - 5pm today! Glamo Rose will be in the Memorial Hall carpark selling these goegroeus cakes 🧁 Best of all, 10% of proceeds will be donated to ATE ❤️Image attachment

The wonderful GlamoRose Cakes are coming to Ramsbury tomorrow, and generously donating 10% of their takings to us 🩷

They will be parked at Ramsbury Memorial Hall from 3-5pm with all of their delicious goodies - including Cupcakes, Tiffins, Brownies, Cookie Pies and Free From!

Please share, tag your Ramsbury friends and help spread the word 🩷

Thank you Jessie Yeoell for being so generous, we appreciate it very much.
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The wonderful GlamoRose Cakes are coming to Ramsbury tomorrow, and generously donating 10% of their takings to us 🩷

They will be parked at Ramsbury Memorial Hall from 3-5pm with all of their delicious goodies - including Cupcakes, Tiffins, Brownies, Cookie Pies and Free From!

Please share, tag your Ramsbury friends and help spread the word 🩷

Thank you Jessie Yeoell for being so generous, we appreciate it very much.
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