July 14, 2011

The Maanyi Parents’ Primary School is a private school in Mityana, Uganda that provides education, counseling, and meals for children up to eighteen years old. Established in 2007 to support needy children whose parents had died from AIDs, MPPS began with an initial enrollment of 62 students. The school now serves 641 students, over 25% of whom are orphans who attend for free. Many of the orphans live at the school full-time. Other students’ families pay a fee...

October 30, 2010

Anike Foundation ships computers, laptops and other educational tools to Youth Concept Forum Building Aspirants (YOCOFOBA), Cameroon, a partner organization of Anike Foundation.

In October 2010, we made our first shipment of laptops, flat-panel monitors, whiteboards, and cabinets to Youth Concept Building Aspirants (YOCOFOBA), Cameroon.  YOCOFOBA’s office now has one laptop with internet access, whereas previously they would have had to seek an available comput...

March 9, 2010

Anike Foundation is partnering with Free Education and Reading Group (FERG), Ghana, in “F.E.R.G VOLTA TECHNOLOGY AID PROJECT Community /School Computer Literacy Program.” A proposed technology center would provide computer skill education in the rural communities in the Volta region of Ghana. The Volta region is made up of about 3,000,000 in population and has about 26 administrative districts. The proposed center would be able to enroll at least 500 students...

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