"As one of the many female-driven initiatives in Dublin, Women on Wednesdays is unique in that it is one born of the powerful force that is global female solidarity." -Thin Air review WOW July 19th, full article available here.) Women on Wednesdays (WOW) launched on...read more
A great article about five Kenyan teenagers (aged 15-17) that will be travelling to California in a bid to win $15,000 for their app, i-Cut. The five girls are the sole African participants to be taking part in the Technovation event. I-cut presents a total assistance...read more
Public trust in the Irish charity sector has undoubtedly been rocked in recent years, as the actions of a small minority of organisations have left many people questioning the value of supporting charities. As recipients of public donations and government funding,...read more
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35 Years as a Partner in Development
Aidlink exists to improve the lives of those living in poverty in the developing world. Founded in 1982, we are an Irish NGO that has worked in development for 35 years. Central to Aidlink’s practice is the partnership model. Aidlink now works with 6 partner organisations in 3 African countries, Kenya, Uganda and Ghana.
Our programmes focus on the basic development needs of communities as identified by them: water, education, food security and health (including HIV and AIDS). Aidlink also operates a successful development education programme with transition year students in Ireland. The programme promotes a greater understanding of the causes of poverty and inequality in the world.