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Welcome to AET

AET supports education for the poorest and most excluded groups in conflict-affected areas of Africa.


Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

Nick Guttmann is cycling a 100 mile marathon and raising money for AET's education work for marginalised people in Africa. You can support him at

Update on South Sudan
SSudan-fpg2The re-emergence of conflict in South Sudan in December of 2013 has to date impacted over 1 million South Sudanese, who have had to flee their homes for camps within and outside the country.  

In the face of this impossible situation, AET is in awe of the continued determination of the South Sudanese people not just to survive but to develop and grow. We have seen teachers who have continued their training through distance education despite having fled their homes. We have also seen school mothers working to ensure girls are able to access schools within camps.    

It is because of the dedication of these people and our local staff that we are able to continue to support those who still envision a better future for themselves and their community even when surrounded by conflict.

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