sub-saharan-africa>Ethiopiasub-saharan-africa>Ethiopia is an Irish Aid priority country. For further details on Irish Aid’s work in Ethiopia, click here.
Reclaiming Lost Minds: Uganda – Ade Oke
sub-saharan-africa>Uganda is a priority country for Irish Aid. For further information on Irish Aid’s work in Uganda, click here.
Giving Sight: Mozambique – Feargal Ward & Mark Hilliard
Feargal Ward and Mark Hilliard travelled to Mozambique in 2010 to highlight the Mozambique Eyecare Project. The project, which is part funded by Irish Aid, aims to train eye-care professionals. The Sunday Tribune published the article: A vision of the future for a new generation in Mozambique on 5th December 2010. Feargal and Mark are […]
The Future is Sweet: Tanzania – Harry Leech
In 2010, Harry Leech travelled to Tanzania to document the support Irish Aid has given to local farmers in the southern highland regions and how this aid has improved their livelihood. The cocoa produced in this region has attracted niche buyers and though this has created opportunities, there are still many challenges facing the farmers. […]
Food for Thought: Ghana – Clare MacCarthy & Dan MacCarthy
Dan MacCarthy and Clare MacCarthy travelled to Ghana in 2010 to document how international aid was revolutionising the lives of 400,000 school kids and their families in Ghana’s impoverished nothern territories. While in Ghana, Dan took on another project; interviewing Stanley Quaye, the coach who discovered Chelsea midfielder, Michael Essien. A print article appeared in […]
In the past, decisions about food rested with men. Now women are able to talk: Malawi – David Ralph
In 2010, David Ralph travelled to Malawi to document how changing gender roles in Malawi has boosted food production and improved Malawian women’s status in society. As a result of his project, a print article appeared in the Irish Times on 24th December 2010. To read the article, click here. For more information on Irish […]