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  • Sierra Leone Update

    We are still working hard in Sierra Leone, doing what we do best, helping people recover from wars or disasters…

  • So what makes us different?

    “So what makes you different?” It was a question I was asked at a summer barbecue last weekend and as…

  • Bikram Yoga Challenge raises over £6,000!

    The heat was on as Bikram Yoga London mounted the biggest fundraising challenge yet for Action on Poverty –  Sweat…

  • Building a future with Action on Poverty

    Action on Poverty is exactly what it says on the tin. We take action on poverty. From our small office…

  • TrekFest 2015 – Endurance Challenge for Action on Poverty!

    TrekFest 2015 – back for more!  TrekFest ‘The Beacons’ is growing bigger and better every year and we think it…

  • Christmas Appeal 2014

    Recently our hearts have been drawn to the plight of individuals who have contracted the Ebola virus or sacrificed their…

  • Thank you from the children of Sri Lanka

    Thank you to everyone who gave a gift to the children of Sri Lanka this Christmas through the BIG GIVE…

  • Cards for Christmas – hope for the poorest

    This Christmas, make your cards count.  £2.50 + postage for a pack of 10 Christmas Cards.        …

  • Could you help children in Sri Lanka out of hazardous employment?

    THE BIG GIVE APPEAL   We’re delighted that APT Action on Poverty has been selected to join the BIG GIVE…

  • Can you make your donation go further with the BIG GIVE Christmas Challenge?

    The BIG GIVE Christmas Challenge Could you help children in Sri Lanka out of hazardous labour this Christmas? If you’d…

  • APT Action on Poverty Celebrates 30 years at House of Lords Reception

    This autumn, APT is celebrating 30 years of success transforming the lives of some of the world’s poorest people.  To…

  • APT is awarded half a million pounds by the Big Lottery Fund

    APT Action on Poverty has been awarded £499,940 from the Big Lottery Fund to empower poor and deprived people in…

  • What’s been happening in our project with the bicycle healthworkers?

    Food and income Livelihood security for people living with HIV/AIDS –  with Partners REEP, Kenya April to June 2014  Here…

  • Life After War in Sri Lanka

    War brings with it death, disability, destruction, displacement, destitution and demoralization. After 30 years of civil war in Sri Lanka,…

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