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Aidlink is an Irish charity working to educate, enable and empower individuals, families and communities in Kenya, Uganda and Ghana to become the leaders of their own development.

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Aidlink wins Published Accounts Award for third year in a row

Aidlink won the Chartered Accountants Ireland Published Accounts Award for Small/Medium Not-for-Profit. This is the third year in a row that Aidlink has won this award, and the fifth year in a row that we have been nominated. This award highlights Aidlink’s commitment to good governance, accountability and transparency and we are honoured and proud to take it home once …

Aidlink wins Published Accounts Award for third year in a row

Aidlink won the Chartered Accountants Ireland Published Accounts Award for Small/Medium Not-for-Profit. This is the third year in a row that Aidlink has won this award, and the fifth year in a row that we have been nominated. This award highlights Aidlink’s commitment to good governance, accountability and transparency and we are honoured and proud to take it home once …

Long Lasting and Effective Change Must Come From Within

“It is time for funders and policymakers to recognise the legitimacy and revolutionary power of community-based leadership.”   Community-based leadership is a sentiment long held by Aidlink. Since our foundation over 35 years ago, Aidlink has worked in partnership with local communities and NGOs, through funding and capacity building, to support change makers working for the development of their own …

Long Lasting and Effective Change Must Come From Within

“It is time for funders and policymakers to recognise the legitimacy and revolutionary power of community-based leadership.”   Community-based leadership is a sentiment long held by Aidlink. Since our foundation over 35 years ago, Aidlink has worked in partnership with local communities and NGOs, through funding and capacity building, to support change makers working for the development of their own …

Aidlink Launches Annual Report 2018

Education was the heart of Aidlink’s work in 2018. Our programmes in Kenya and Uganda ensured children, especially girls, were in school and our unique Immersion Programme connected communities in Africa and Ireland. 24 schools in Kenya and Uganda were provided with improved water and sanitation infrastructure, reaching approximately 8,500 children and their families. The Annual Report highlights the impact …

Aidlink Launches Annual Report 2018

Education was the heart of Aidlink’s work in 2018. Our programmes in Kenya and Uganda ensured children, especially girls, were in school and our unique Immersion Programme connected communities in Africa and Ireland. 24 schools in Kenya and Uganda were provided with improved water and sanitation infrastructure, reaching approximately 8,500 children and their families. The Annual Report highlights the impact …

Aidlink shortlisted for the Charities Institute of Ireland’s Charity Excellence Awards

Aidlink is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Charities Institute of Ireland’s 2019 Charity Excellence Awards in the category for ‘Big Impact’.     It is a huge honour to be recognised for this category as it is our aim to implement programmes that are sustainable and impactful for people living in poverty in Africa. Our …

Aidlink shortlisted for the Charities Institute of Ireland’s Charity Excellence Awards

Aidlink is delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Charities Institute of Ireland’s 2019 Charity Excellence Awards in the category for ‘Big Impact’.     It is a huge honour to be recognised for this category as it is our aim to implement programmes that are sustainable and impactful for people living in poverty in Africa. Our …

1700 children provided with daily lunch in 2018
867 trained in child rights in 2018
8500 Children reached with improved water and sanitation infrastructure in 2018
250 farming families trained in 2018