The story of ATE in Biro

In 2017, I spent several days riding around Lawra, searching for the next rural community for ATE to begin working in. It was a boiling hot day in November when we came across Biro, a very rural community, an hour from the centre of Lawra, impossible to access by car,...

No Wonder She Gave Up

It is often perceived that the northern part of Ghana is the poorest among all the regions. Hailing from and living in the north, specifically in Lawra in the Upper West, I have found it difficult to accept how the conditions in the north are often described in the...

Recruiting of a Vice Chair of Trustees

Are you looking for a new challenge and to make a difference in the world? We have an exciting opportunity to Join ATE’s Board as Vice Chair of Trustees. Action Through Enterprise (charity number 1149988) was cofounded in 2012 by the Chief Executive in post, and is an...

From Ghana to Godalming: A Democratic Disease

Covid-19: An International Struggle Covid-19 has affected countless lives in more ways than we realise. Especially those who live in regions less privileged than that of the UK. Imagine how this pandemic must be affecting families in areas such as Lawra in Ghana. How...

New Director of Operations!

We are excited to announce that we have a new Director of Operations in Lawra! As of the 1st January, Gabriel Maanibe now heads the operations of Action Through Enterprise (ATE). With considerable working experience in community development, the nonprofit and NGO...

Happy Christmas!

Merry Christmas to you all! This year has been extraordinary: challenging, exhausting, heartbreaking, with moments of overwhelming joy. Our work has been more vital than ever, as hunger and poverty spiralled. ATE has been there for the people of Lawra, providing...