These are being consolidated and donors will be advised as soon as possible.
A broadband connection & “flash” plug-in is best to view these clips. Martha Kearney tells the A-CET story. For your copy contact
Click on disk image. Produced by Green Lions Films and Directed by David Bond. This video will be re-screened on UKTV Community Channel (Freeview 87, Sky 539, Virgin TV 233) during October 2007 for Black Pride week.
Click on disk image. Produced by My Knowledge Map, York.
These are now posted on-line at Accounts.
At at impressive ceremony A-CET wins joint top prize in category. See Accounts
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UK photography student Ryan Bonner visited our work in Ethiopia in 2006 and took some stunning images as part of his final year dissertation. Congratulations on his winning an award in the prestigious Shoot Nations 2007 International Competition. Ryan's winning image. To see further selected images go to Ethiopian images Contact:
Left: On 13 April 2006 EYES Assistant Manager Binyam Leake accepted an Award for “the NGO fighting HIV/AIDS through education” from Mr Shimelis Adugna the founder & Director of OSSA, a nationwide local AIDS NGO with whom they work.
Right: On 30 May 2006 EYES staff, A-CET CEO and UK major donor Martyn Riley of 4i2i meets with Tigrai Regional President Mr Tsegay Berhe & Special Presidential Advisor Mr Zemichael. EYES were warmly congratulated on their work in support of education.
Following a talk to his school, already this year, active and committed A-CET fundraiser, 10 year old Liam of Startforth has already raised over £350 from a BBQ, Quiz Night and an A-CET collecting box. Congratulations Liam, please keep it up!
Liam presents cheque for A-CET to Rev Ruth Stables.
We are a small charity who constantly struggle to fund our students and projects.
We are unable to fund other projects, students unknown to us or African students overseas, nor do we give loans.
All our voluntary work in Ethiopia is undertaken by Ethiopians.
We are unable to fund or accept applications from volunteers or GAP year students as we lack the funds and infrastructure to utilize these services.
Neither do we have any paid job opportunities.
Please do not waste your time by applying as we are unable to respond.