Who We Are
APA believes in working in partnership with people and within local in stitutions. By cooperating with vulnerable communities, we support their efforts to access primary services and basic rights. Click below to learn more about our development philosophy.
Currently, APA support projects in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Ireland in civil society capacity building, the most at-risk and marginalised - including orphans, domestic workers and victims of gender based violence - and development education. Click below to learn more about our projects.
Voluntarism is a core APA value. Service of and commitment to the most at-risk people is the key to how we work. APA welcomes involvement of volunteers in events, awareness education and in the charity shops. Do contact us, and we can work together to involve you in our work.
Our Most Recent Project
APA’s most recent project to Promote Decent Work, Rights and Dignity for Domestic Workers (emPoWeRD) in Ethiopia & Tanzania is underway since September 2021. In partnership with Irish Aid, CVM and local partners, the project aims to increase the quality of life of local and migrant Domestic Workers (DWs), to promote dignity and confidence and to obtain decent work conditions for marginalised women. Domestic Workers in these and many other countries have a very high risk of discrimination and rights violations.
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