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APA's Projects at a Glance

Civil Society Capacity Building
Giving voices to those that have none

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Development Education
Educating young people in Ireland

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Water and Sanitation for Health
Facilitating equal access to clean water

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About Ethiopia and Tanzania

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APA at a Glance

A Partnership with Africa is an NGO based in Dublin, Ireland that was founded in 2004 and is a registered company and charity. APA works on empowering women, girls, and children in Ethiopia and Tanzania to access their rights, rebuild their lives and dignity, and earn a living wage from their work. Our main tasks are helping orphaned children go to school and find new homes; preventing HIV infection, violence, early marriage, and exploitative working conditions of women and girls; ensuring inclusion of ethnic minorities; and establishing clean water sources. APA is also involved with the creation of development education curriculum for students in Ireland to learn about global inequality.

Basic Business Skills Training

In Ethiopia, 126 members were trained on Basic Business Skills, saving and micro-credit.  

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Drought in Ethiopia 2015

Ethiopia is not immune to the devastating effects of climate change. The failure of consecutive rainy seasons since early 2015 has severely impacted different regions of the country and the ensuing drought has been difficult and prolonged. This drought has been recognized as one of the worst in 50 years, and with 10.2 million people …

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