Educational Inequalities in Ghana

The coronavirus pandemic has exposed stark regional, social and economic inequalities in Ghana’s educational system. On 16th March, days after Ghana confirmed its first case of coronavirus, President Nana Akufo-Addo announced indefinite closure of all schools to...

Winner of a Global Good Award!

ATE is delighted have won a Global Good Award in the Community Partnership category for our innovative BizATE work carried out in partnership with Commercial Education Trust. BizATE is a small business development training programme which tackles deepening poverty in...

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...

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...

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...