Alison Naftalin, CEO, Lively Minds 1B Waterlow Road, London N19 5NJ firstname.lastname@example.org
We are improving the quality of life for deprived children and their families in rural Ghana and Uganda through creative early years development programmes that are run by the communities themselves. Our work enlivens minds and empowers communities to use their own skills and resources to change their children's lives, and their own, for the better.
Organisations / agencies covered
Publishing only on DFID funded project 'Improving early years education and health for 3700 deprived children and empowering 600 vulnerable women in rural Uganda through community-run Play Centres' which covers approximately 50% Lively Minds turnover.
Timeliness of Data
One quarter in arrears.
Frequency of publication
Frequency of publication (extra comments)
Units of Aid
Activities are defined on a project level.
Segmentation of Published Data
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Verified by programme staff
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