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Interning at Aidlink : My Experience

Interning at Aidlink : My Experience

Hi there! My name is Aisling and I have been working at Aidlink as the Communications and Sponsorship Intern for the last three months. At the end of May I finished my undergraduate degree in German and Sociology and I was faced with the reality of entering the big...

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Aidlink’s Commitment to Child Rights

Aidlink’s Commitment to Child Rights

What are Child Rights? Children are some of society’s most vulnerable members, because of this they require special care and protection. This is where child rights come into play. Child rights include the right to health, education, family life, play, good standard of...

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Hey Troubadour

Hey Troubadour

Hey Troubadour is a celebration of the song born in a city of song. Dublin is a city that shows great respect to great songwriters, whether from here or elsewhere. We pride ourselves on the attention we will give to people who have a way with words. Two...

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Nomadic Pastoralism

Nomadic Pastoralism

Who? Aidlink and our partners work with three nomadic-pastoralist communities; in Kenya the Masai and the Turkana, and in Uganda the Karamojong.   Why? Pastoralist communities live a traditional way of life, farming animals such as cattle, goats and camels...

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10 Year Review

10 Year Review

Over the last 10 years (2007-2017) Key findings from VAD Uganda and GCN Kenya: Water In Wakiso (VAD), 84% of water sources are still functional. Where water source is functional, 100% of Water User...

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The Day of the African Child

The Day of the African Child

June 16 is known as the Day of the African Child (DAC). On this day, the memories of all the students who were killed in the Soweto Uprising are honoured. The Soweto Uprising took place in 1976 when schoolchildren took to the streets to protest against...

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