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Africa Educational Trust

About AET supports education for the poorest and most excluded groups in conflict-affected areas of Africa. Currently we work in Eastern Africa.General Information In over 50 years AET has helped more than 750,000 disadvantaged children and young people from Africa to access education and training.Today AET uses creative, innovative approaches to provide access to education in conflict-affected regions of Africa. We operate in challenging environments with the lowest levels of access to education in the world, such as South Sudan, Somalia and Uganda.The success of our current work is due to our belief that programmes should be designed and managed locally.Products Through Facebook we would like to build a network of people who join us in our belief in the power of education. Help us to ensure that those who have missed out on education due to war gain essential skills to help themselves.£2.50 could pay for the distribution of a ‘story bag’ to enable children to practice their reading at home£15 could pay for learning materials for a class of 25 pastoralist children for a month£30 could pay for a mother who has missed out on the chance of education to learn to read and write£50 could pay a teacher to teach a class of 25 pastoralist children for a month£100 could establish and support the operation of a travelling library

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