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Congratulations and THANK YOU to our ASICS London 10K runners!

Posted Saturday July 27, 2019 by Africa Educational Trust

We are very proud of our 2019 Virgin Sport ASICS London 10K...

We are very proud of our 2019 Virgin Sport ASICS London 10K runners, their high spirits conquered each corner and carried them over the finish line on Sunday 21st July....

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Somalia National Examinations register record enrolment

Posted Monday July 01, 2019 by Africa Educational Trust

A record 79,000 pupils across Somalia enrolled to take primary and secondary...

A record 79,000 pupils across Somalia enrolled to take primary and secondary school-leaving examinations, in May. We have supported standardised exam provision in Somalia for over a decade, allowing form...

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Somalia National Examinations register record enrolment

Africa Educational Trust receives nomination for Social Impact Award

Posted Tuesday April 09, 2019 by Africa Educational Trust

. Africa Educational Trust has been shortlisted for a Social Impact Award...

. Africa Educational Trust has been shortlisted for a Social Impact Award at the Asian Voice Charity Awards powered by Charity Clarity.   A panel of industry leaders will select...

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Africa Educational Trust receives nomination for Social Impact Award

Get Involved in Enhancing Livelihoods for 3360 Women in Somalia

Posted Thursday November 29, 2018 by Africa Educational Trust

Africa Educational Trust has launched a crowd funding campaign in hopes to...

Africa Educational Trust has launched a crowd funding campaign in hopes to raise vital funds which will enhance the livelihoods of women across Somalia.     An increasing number of...

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Get Involved in Enhancing Livelihoods for 3360 Women in Somalia

Celebrating Sixty Years of Giving the Gift of Education

Posted Wednesday October 03, 2018 by Africa Educational Trust

This month we are celebrating our Diamond Anniversary – we’re sixty! Since...

This month we are celebrating our Diamond Anniversary – we’re sixty! Since our conception in 1958 we have become internationally recognised experts in the field of education. Our tireless efforts...

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60th Anniversary: Remembering AET’s Founders

Posted Tuesday September 18, 2018 by Africa Educational Trust

The Africa Educational Trust (AET) was set up in 1958 by a...

The Africa Educational Trust (AET) was set up in 1958 by a group of people with different backgrounds, professions and political allegiances who shared a common commitment to helping people...

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60th Anniversary: Remembering AET’s Founders

100 miles at 100 years

Posted Tuesday July 24, 2018 by Africa Educational Trust

What’s 100 miles for a classic Claud Butler bike and its rider...

What’s 100 miles for a classic Claud Butler bike and its rider who share 100 years between them? Tauton based aid worker, Nick Guttman, and his bike have clocked 100...

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Final Evaluation: Yes to Reading

Posted Tuesday July 17, 2018 by Africa Educational Trust

Between 2017 and 2018, we partnered with Book Aid International to implement Yes to...

Between 2017 and 2018, we partnered with Book Aid International to implement Yes to Reading, a project aimed to support the education of Maa-speaking children in 14 under-resourced primary schools in Dol...

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AET successfully collaborates with Japan to refurbish six primary schools in Laikipia county, Kenya

Posted Friday April 20, 2018 by Africa Educational Trust

Africa Educational Trust was awarded a 9.4 Million KES grant from the...

Africa Educational Trust was awarded a 9.4 Million KES grant from the Japanese Embassy to refurbishing six primary schools in Laikipia county, Kenya Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP)...

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AET successfully collaborates with Japan to refurbish six primary schools in Laikipia county, Kenya

Learning for Livelihoods – Supporting women who are heads of their household

Posted Thursday January 18, 2018 by Africa Educational Trust

  An increasing number of women are becoming the heads of their...

  An increasing number of women are becoming the heads of their household, because of conflict, bereavement or displacement. Faced with generating a livelihood and with domestic responsibilities, including caring...

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Learning for Livelihoods – Supporting women who are heads of their household