With the generous support of Charlie Goldsmith Associates*, we’ve been able to expand our schools programme across Sheffield, targeting schools that wouldn’t normally be able to access this kind of educational activity.
Our Donor for a Day workshop is lively and interactive, challenging the students’ perceptions of foreign aid through debating current hot topics in the news. The students also work together to decide on how to allocate foreign aid in a fictional crisis. Continue reading →
We’re ridiculously excited to announce that the School for Social Entrepreneurs/Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Programme has awarded Aid Works a place on their Start-Up course in Leeds, as well as a grant of £4,000! Continue reading →
Mo is currently in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, South Sudan, facilitating a four-day Health Management Information Systems (HMIS) Data Review. He is working with three South Sudanese facilitators to provide intensive support to government workers in the State Ministry of Health and County Health Departments. Continue reading →