Early June saw AHEAD hold their annual sponsored Bike Ride and Walk. It was a beautiful day and the event was enjoyed by all.
To relive the event and sample the atmosphere of the day we have compiled some videos that we hope will reflect the fun we had, but also encourage all who would like to help and take part in AHEAD’s objectives, to sign-up for next year’s event.
Enjoying the day, celebrating our objectives!
Relive Active Map
Dr Elfneh U. Bariso, chair of AHEAD, gave a key note speech at the second National Symposium of Bule Hora University held from 3-4 June. Continue reading “Elfneh Speaks at Bule Hora University Second Symposium”
As we announced a while ago, AHEAD and UDA had secured £24,000 funding from Civil Society Support Programme to build a hostel for disadvantaged girls in Shakiso town in rural Ethiopia. Continue reading “SHAKISO Girls’ hostel update”
Pupils learning how to use donated ICT equipment: Continue reading “Pupils use ICT equipment”
The two organisations have agreed to co-fund the College to purchase the educational resources the College needs to equip its newly formed English Language Improvement Centre (ELIC). Continue reading “AHEAD and A Ray of Hope Fund Adola Teachers’ Education College”
The AHEAD fundraising team took part in a sport and cultural festival in West London. Continue reading “Fund and awareness raising”
The AHEAD and Adola Primary School Teachers’ Education College will work together to support the quality of teachers’ education at the College. Continue reading “AHEAD and Adola Primary School Teachers’ Education College begin a new partnership”
The former Aba Gada (Leader) of Guji Oromo blessing the Civil Society Support Programme workshop in Addis Ababa. Continue reading “Blessing of the Civil Society workshop”
Dr Elfneh U. Bariso, Chair of AHEAD visited Ethiopia in. Continue reading “ICT Equipment handed over”
AHEAD is very delighted for the donation of ICT equipment that is provided to us by A Ray of Hope and David Tyler Trust. Continue reading “ICT Equipment donated”