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Education Disrupted: Street Child study on impact of COVID-induced school closures in DRC, Sierra Leone and Afghanistan

Posted Monday December 14, 2020 by Africa Educational Trust

In November 2020, as schools gradually reopen after months of COVID-induced closure...

In November 2020, as schools gradually reopen after months of COVID-induced closure and socio-economic chaos, Street Child has carried out a rapid study to assess the extent of the education...

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Education Disrupted: Street Child study on impact of COVID-induced school closures in DRC, Sierra Leone and Afghanistan

Africa Educational Trust (AET) joins Street Child

Posted Friday November 06, 2020 by Africa Educational Trust

The educational charity Africa Educational Trust is merging with Street Child, the...

The educational charity Africa Educational Trust is merging with Street Child, the NGO that works in the world’s toughest places to help some of the most vulnerable children have access...

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Africa Educational Trust (AET) joins Street Child

Street Child – Our Response to COVID-19

Posted Friday November 06, 2020 by Africa Educational Trust

On the 1st of October 2020, Street Child released a fresh report...

On the 1st of October 2020, Street Child released a fresh report transparently detailing its impact and activities to date in direct response to the COVID-19 crisis, since the 28th of...

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Street Child – Our Response to COVID-19

Street Child – Back to School?

Posted Friday November 06, 2020 by Africa Educational Trust

Since March 2020, attempts to avert the global health crisis have seen nationwide...

Since March 2020, attempts to avert the global health crisis have seen nationwide school closures in 194 countries, including 13 out of the 14 countries Street Child operates in, depriving nearly 1.6 billion...

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Street Child – Back to School?

Vote for AET This June in the Discount Promo Codes Charity Poll

Posted Friday May 29, 2020 by Africa Educational Trust

Africa Educational Trust believes that no one should be excluded from education....

Africa Educational Trust believes that no one should be excluded from education. Access to quality education is vital for changing individuals, communities, and ultimately, countries for the better. We work...

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Vote for AET This June in the Discount Promo Codes Charity Poll

Learner Centered Teaching: Our Response to COVID-19 in Marginalised Communities

Posted Thursday May 21, 2020 by Africa Educational Trust

Africa Educational Trust is proud to be a member of RELI Africa...

Africa Educational Trust is proud to be a member of RELI Africa – a member driven initiative working to ensure inclusive learning for all children in East Africa. RELI members...

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Learner Centered Teaching: Our Response to COVID-19 in Marginalised Communities

The 2.6 Challenge

Posted Friday April 24, 2020 by Africa Educational Trust

Sunday 26th April 2020. On the 26th April, when the London Marathon...

Sunday 26th April 2020. On the 26th April, when the London Marathon would have taken place, we are asking you to get involved in the 2.6 Challenge for Africa Educational...

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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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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

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