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Inclusive Education for All!

It is universally recognised that education is a crucial determinant of individual empowerment and economic standing; in fact, it’s a vital human right. Every girl and every boy – no matter their ability, should have the right to a quality education so that they can have more chances in life; including employment opportunities, better health […]

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From over 18,000 nominations to 17 UN Young Leaders: Anthony Ford-Shubrook, AbleChildAfrica’s Youth Ambassador

We are delighted to announce that our Youth Ambassador, Anthony Ford-Shubrook, has been selected to be one of the UN’s Young Leaders for the Sustainable Development Goals. Selected from over 18,000 nominations, this is a huge achievement and an amazing recognition of Anthony’s work campaigning not only as AbleChildAfrica’s Youth Ambassador, but for education and disability rights […]

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3 Things Worth Celebrating This International Literacy Day

We at AbleChildAfrica know the power that education has on the lives of children we work with, so we’re excited that today is International Literacy Day! The theme of this year’s anniversary celebration is “Reading the Past, Writing the Future.” This seeks to increase literacy rates around the world and to promote literacy as a foundation for lifelong […]

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The Happiest Fundraising 5K Run!

On Sunday 12th June 2016, I ran, walked, and skipped the ‘Happiest 5K in the World’: The Colour Run. Representing AbleChildAfrica, me and my colleague Hamdi signed up to fundraise for the great cause and I was keen to see if the challenge would live up to my high expectations. Well, it didn’t… It surpassed […]

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