Education changes everything.

Anike Foundation promotes educational development in Africa by gathering educational resources and distributing them to those in need while providing access to educational facilities and other necessary infrastructure.

WHAT WE DO

Our core mission is to promote education in the country of Africa. We accomplish this by using educational resources from developed nations and distributing them to institutions in need within Africa. By providing the tools needed to grow, we hope to help build a sustainable future of educational maturation.

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COLLABORATION

We form partnerships with African grassroots nonprofit organizations (NGOs) and accredited institutions of learning whose missions & objectives align with ours.

PROJECTS

We work to provide various resources from developed nations and distribute them to educational institutions in need within Africa.

AWARENESS

We help to educate

non-Africans about African culture by assisting individuals

or groups who wish to visit the African continent, through collaboration with our partners.

How We

See The World

We believe that a fundamental cause of poverty and a low standard of living in the world is mass illiteracy. Thus, anything that reduces mass illiteracy in any region of the world will inevitably reduce poverty and elevate the standard of living of the affected people. We choose to focus our efforts on Africa because, despite globalization in the twenty-first century, Africa remains, by far, the most impoverished continent in the world. 

"Our goal is to contribute to the improvement of education and, thereby, the reduction of poverty in Africa."

Problem

The

         In

Sub-Saharan Africa,

48 MILLION

                      youths

                        (ages 15-24)

                      are  

                     illiterate.

Did

You

Know?

About

50%

of all out-of-school African children will

never step foot in a school in their lifetime.

#SpinTheWheel:

Distributing essential school supplies to African schoolchildren.