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Girl Showers – Providing Accessible Education to Girls and Boys Alike

Pens, books, whiteboards, and desks - all things necessary and conducive to an effective schooling environment. And for a menstruating girl, so too is the provision of water and sanitation facilities. Without safe water, sanitation, and hygiene provisions, access to education will never be truly equal. In Malawi only 13 ...
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Africa Cup of Nations 2017

....Football provides an escape from poverty This Saturday, Gabon will play Guinea-Bissau in the first match of the African Cup of Nations, marking the 31st edition of Africa’s biggest football tournament. Hosted in Gabon this year, 16 teams will battle it out for the title of top national side on ...
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Happy New Year!

Thank you for all for supporting ACT over the last 12 months. We’ve had a successful 2016, and the letters we’ve received from some of the partners, children and widows in Africa attest to the fact that our work is having an impact and changing lives. Your contributions have enabled ...
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AND IT’S GOOD BYE FROM HER

….. Jessica, ACT Communications & Marketing Intern says goodbye to ACT The time has come for me to say goodbye to my wonderful colleagues at ACT, as my six month internship has sadly come to an end. In this blog post I will share some of the experiences Ihave had ...
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Jamhuri Day – Monday 12 December

Jamhuri Day is a national holiday celebrated in Kenya on Monday 12th December, marking 52 years of a Kenyan self-ruled republic free from British colonial rule. Kenya celebrate their freedom through dance, parades, speeches and feasting and make sure to focus these activities around one theme – unity. Since independence, ...
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