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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

A Social worker’s insight into the experience of Street Children

Posted Wednesday November 15, 2017 by Africa Educational Trust

Elizabeth who has been a social worker with the Child Restoration Outreach...

Elizabeth who has been a social worker with the Child Restoration Outreach Project for over 20 years, explains why children are driven to the streets and the hardships they face...

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A Social worker’s insight into the experience of Street Children

Good teachers make a difference in Kenya

Posted Monday October 02, 2017 by Africa Educational Trust

This month, on October 5th, is World Teacher’s Day and we are...

This month, on October 5th, is World Teacher’s Day and we are recognising the efforts of all the teachers who work with us to improve education. Good teaching matters everywhere....

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Good teachers make a difference in Kenya

Stories for our school libraries in Uganda

Posted Monday September 25, 2017 by Africa Educational Trust

Our volunteer librarian, Jenny, travels every year to help us with our...

Our volunteer librarian, Jenny, travels every year to help us with our school library programme. She has helped us open over 100 libraries in Eastern Uganda. This summer she visited these...

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Stories for our school libraries in Uganda

Cycling for Education – Team AET 2017

Posted Monday August 07, 2017 by Africa Educational Trust

 Our cycling team raised over £6500 to support education On the 30th July,...

 Our cycling team raised over £6500 to support education On the 30th July, our team of five cyclists took on the challenging 100-mile course of the Prudential London-Surrey 100 mile ride....

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Cycling for Education – Team AET 2017

Thank you for Great Family Fun Day

Posted Tuesday July 11, 2017 by Africa Educational Trust

We want to give a big thank you to everyone who joined...

We want to give a big thank you to everyone who joined the Family Fun Day and Wedding Show. This fabulous day hosted by Golden Aisle Weddings on July 2nd...

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Thank you for Great Family Fun Day

How does education make an impact in conflict situations?

Posted Tuesday June 06, 2017 by Africa Educational Trust

Lynn Davies, Emeritus Professor of International Education at the University of Birmingham,...

Lynn Davies, Emeritus Professor of International Education at the University of Birmingham, Co-Director of the social enterprise ConnectFutures and Board Member of Africa Educational Trust, share’s her insight on developing...

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How does education make an impact in conflict situations?

Update on South Sudan Conflict and Famine from Jackson Okello

Posted Tuesday May 30, 2017 by Africa Educational Trust

Conflict continues to plague South Sudan. The situation has only gotten worse...

Conflict continues to plague South Sudan. The situation has only gotten worse as the instability and drought have brought the food crisis to critical levels. We spoke with our Country...

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Update on South Sudan Conflict and Famine from Jackson Okello