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ChallengeAid

Org #61558
Vetted since 2019
2005
year founded
$9,673
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

ChallengeAid is a charity first registered in 2005 as Schoolchildren for Children which initially worked with over 250,000 pupils in 1,300 schools in the UK. Due to the growing number of 6th formers, university students, corporate clients and individual adult challengers who were getting involved with the Charity we decided to rebrand as ChallengeAid. The aim of ChallengeAid is to take children out of poverty through the means of education in some of the worst slums in Africa. This unique concept is both an alternative and complementary type of education which allows many children who are unable to attend school during the day to be able to continue their studies at night through our Schools... read more

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Hazel Touch
Hazel Touch
Iestyn Thomas
Iestyn Thomas
Team
Iestyn Thomas, Iona Thoma
Organization Information
1 Kings Road
Llandovery, Carmarthenshire SA20 OAW
United Kingdom
01550 721122
Organization Information
1 Kings Road
Llandovery, Carmarthenshire SA20 OAW
United Kingdom
01550 721122

Project Reports

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Oct 12, 2021
Educating 70+ children in Mathare Slum.
Covid continues to influence what can and can't be done in the informal slum settlements of Kenya and Mathare is no exception. There are still restrictions and most people are aware of not gathering...
Sep 5, 2021
Training of 180 SoH Volunteer supervisors (Sept20)
As we come out of Covid and life returns to some kind of normality the opportunity to get back to a fully operational organisation is paramount. Immediately after getting the recent marks for KCSE...
Jun 15, 2021
ChallengeAid - training of Supervisors & Teachers.
Despite some civil unrest and objections to curfew lockdowns schooling has just about returned to normal. There are still restrictions and most people are aware of not gathering in large groups....
 
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