APT Action on Poverty has been awarded £499,940 from the Big Lottery Fund to empower poor and deprived people in 12 communities in Sierra Leone to tackle poverty, disease and inequality by improving access to sustainable livelihoods so that they are able to meet their basic needs.
Andy Jeans, Chief Executive Officer of APT Action on Poverty says, ‘We’re delighted with the award which will transform the lives of many of the poorest in Sierra Leone, helping them back onto their feet.’
Programme manager Adrian Marshall says, ‘We are delighted with the award of the grant from the Big Lottery Fund. This will enable us to continue our work reaching some of the poorest, most vulnerable people in Sierra Leone’
In addition to the award received from the Big Lottery Fund, we are always in need of further funds to develop work across 5 countries. If you would like to donate to APT Action on Poverty please visit our website www.aptuk.org.uk