Magafuli Takes Action Again

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  • Posted on November 19, 2016

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…. Tanzania President’s war against corruption Tanzania’s ‘bulldozer’ President Magufuli has taken new steps in the fight against corruption and government waste in Tanzania. In May, we wrote a blog post about how Magufuli has taken significant measures to cut back on unnecessary expenses, including slashing the budget for the Independence Day celebrations and using…



#What ACT Means to me

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  • Posted on November 12, 2016

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Join our Campaign – What ACT means to me Nearly four hundred people have so far joined the #WhatACTmeanstome campaign. The campaign was inspired by the question ACT founder and director, Dr Kunle Onabolu raised as he addressed the over 300 people who attended the recent biennial event that marked the 18 years’ anniversary of…



Golf – Raising money to educate children

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  • Posted on November 5, 2016

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  Nearly £400 was raised at the ACT Annual Golf event in September. On Thursday 8th September thirty budding golfers headed to Surrey Down’s Golf Club, Kingswood in Surrey to put some holes while raising money for ACT. The occasion was the ACT Annual Golf Event which takes place in the second week in September…



ACT Sponsored child in the UK for Biennial Event

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  • Posted on October 25, 2016

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Meet Zambian medical student Liness Mulenga The 18 year anniversary of Croydon-based charity, African Child Trust (ACT), provided the opportunity to invite ACT sponsored child, Liness Mulenga, to travel from Zambia as ‘special guest’, to participate in the anniversary celebrations.  The biennial event took place on Saturday 8th October at New Life, Croydon and was…



ACT celebrates 18 years of bringing hope to needy children in Africa

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  • Posted on October 16, 2016

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On Saturday 8th October, we celebrated our 18th year! The Past Mayor of Croydon, Patricia Hay-Justice (2015/16), alongside a representative of the Uganda High Commissioner and other dignitaries were in attendance at New Life, Croydon where the event took place. The African Child Trust works with local African communities to relieve poverty and advance development…



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