Welcome to AbleChildAfrica
AbleChildAfrica is working towards a world in which all disabled children are fully included as equal members of society and are able to achieve their full potential. Read more about us here.
AbleChildAfrica’s Annual Review 2013
We are very excited to release our new Annual Review for 2013, packed full of reports on how we have helped our partners in Africa over the last year to develop and deliver their strategic objectives and how we have improved access to education and essential services for some of the world’s most vulnerable children.
We are proud to report on the great work that we have accomplished over the past year both in the UK and internationally. Thank you for supporting AbleChildAfrica to grow year on year, we couldn’t do it without your support.
You can download your copy here or for a printed version, please get in touch with the staff team.
On Saturday 21st September, Team AbleChildAfrica took on the Tough Mudder challenge!!
The team was made up of AbleChildAfrica staff, friends of the charity and AbleChildAfrica Patron Anne Wafula Strike. We were joined by Olympic Swimmer and Strictly Come Dancing legend Mark Foster.
It was an incredible day of teamwork and fun as we battled the 12 mile course scaling 12 foot walls, swimming through ice, crawling through thick mud and getting electrocuted. The support we received from fellow Mudders as Anne and the team battled the course was amazing.
We did it all to raise money for AbleChildAfrica – to help us continue our work to support disabled children to access their rights and fulfil their full potential. You can help us do that by donating online at https://mydonate.bt.com/events/acatoughmudder or by texting “MUDD13 £5″ to 70070.
And here is our incredibly inspiring Patron Anne Wafula Strike talking to ITV about becoming the first wheelchair user in Europe to complete the Tough Mudder challenge! Watch the clip to see some great footage of the AbleChildAfrica team powering through thick mud and challenging obstacles to raise money to support disabled children in Africa.
AbleChildAfrica’s new Strategic Plan and Theory of Change are launched….
Hot off the press, the AbleChildAfrica 2013 – 2016 Strategic Plan has landed. Read more here or download your copy now.
To accompany the Strategic Plan, we have developed our very own unique Theory of Change, which outlines what changes we want to see happen and articulate how to get there and what role AbleChildAfrica plays in that process. Download your copy now.
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