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Nigeria: HIV outreach

Tens of thousands of adults and children live with HIV in the areas where ACET Nigeria operates. ACET Nigeria supports many of them with medication adherence across the five states of Kogi, Benue, Plateau, and Nasarawa.

Psalm 16 - Outrageous company!

Some of you may have read the delightful children’s book ~ ‘If I was God for a day’. It’s an imaginary dialogue from children about what they would do about things if they were God for a day: as in “Hey, God; here’s my take on things you could d

Thank you, Thank you!

How AMAZING are our supporters?! Thank you SO much to everyone who joined us in the Big Give Christmas Challenge over the past week.

Let Communities Lead

 

This World AIDS Day, we are celebrating the communities that are at the centre of our HIV preventative and care work in Nigeria, Zimbabwe, and South Africa.

Ending Violence Against Women: A Story of Hope and Change

Once Upon a Time...

…there was a girl called Sarah. She was a vibrant, creative, and confident girl, with big dreams. Sarah's laughter could light up a room, and she was a ray of sunshine for everyone who knew her.

Until she was assaulted.

6 ways to spread hope and change lives!

Social media has become an integral part of our everyday lives, allowing us to connect with friends, share experiences, and engage with our favourite brands.

Serving church youth in an authentic and life-affirming way

Do you find it challenging to talk about relationships and sex with young people?

You’re not alone.

In fact, half of all churches simply avoid the topic altogether and don’t talk about it with their young people at all.

Sex and the Law

Consent is a key foundation for relationships and sex education (RSE). However, it can be a tricky topic to get right with teenagers, so that they are actually learning what it means to them.

Zimbabwe: Shining Stars

The Shining Star team visit red light districts to speak to women who are engaged in the sex trade about joining the Shining Star programme as Peer Educators.

South Africa: Building New Homes

In April 2022, Kwa-Zulu Natal experienced heavy and destructive rainfall, causing fatal flooding and horrendous damage.

The death toll was around 450 people.

A developing curriculum

Our tiny primary school team (just one full-time and one part-time worker) put in an enormous amount of work in the 2022/23 academic year visiting 6 different schools with multiple lessons reaching 1,591 primary-aged children.

South Africa: Peer Education

The Beaded Anklet project has had to halt its youth entrepreneur programme due to death threats issued by the ’blessers’ who target and exploit local vulnerable girls.