Anike Foundation Partners With Ugandan NGO To Support Orphan Children
Bigusi Muslim Development Centre (BMDC) was formed in 2013 to offer support to vulnerable and orphaned children in Eastern Uganda’s Sironko District. Abiding by the organization’s motto “Humane For All,” BMDC aims to improve the quality of life and school retention of orphans and vulnerable children through the provision of scholastic materials.Read more here.
Anike Foundation Provides School Supplies to School Children in Sierra Leone
Since it began in May 2014, the Ebola outbreak has affected more than 6,000 people in Sierra Leone. Although it was curbed later that year, the highly deadly crisis resulted in many school-aged children left without parents. Read more here.
Anike Foundation “Around Town” in Boston Radio Land
Anike Foundation’s President, Dr. Segun Ige, was recently interviewed as a featured guest on Boston station WROL’s radio show “Around Town.” Read more here.
Anike Foundation Distributes Exercise Books to Elementary Schools in Oyo, Nigeria
May 2, 2015 – Anike Foundation distributed 1500 exercise books to schools located in Oyo, Nigeria. These exercise books were distributed so that each student had at least five exercise books to themselves in order to further their education. In its on-going effort to alleviate the dearth of school supplies in many schools in Africa, Anike Foundation embarked on a project to distribute school supplies to selected schools in Nigeria. In the first phase of this project, Anike Foundation distributed 1500 exercise books to L.A. Town Schools 1 and 2 in Oyo, Nigeria. In March 2015, members of the Nigerian Steering Committee of Anike Foundation traveled from Lagos to Oyo to distribute the exercise books, thereby insuring that every pupil in both schools received at least five exercise books. This was done in order to not only further the educational experience of the pupils but also relieve some financial burden from their parents so that they could invest in other aspects of their children’s education. The school was very pleased to receive this donation. In upcoming phases of this project, Anike Foundation hopes to further the relationship formed and impart the values of Anike Foundation in more schools..
BEEKEEPING TRAINING IN BIG BABANKI, CAMEROON
December, 2014 – Working with our Cameroonian partner, Youth Concept Forum Building Aspirants (YOCOFOBA), Anike Foundation sponsored a beekeeping training program for a select group of farmers in Big Babanki, in the North West Province of Cameroon. The farmers were taught modern methods of beekeeping and product marketing techniques. Read more here.
ANIKE FOUNDATION SHIPS COMPUTERS AND LAPTOPS TO YOCOFOBA, Cameroon.
October 29, 2010 – Anike Foundation ships computers, laptops and other educational tools to Youth Concept Forum Building Aspirants (YOCOFOBA), Cameroon, a partner organization of Anike Foundation. Read the full story here.
MARIAN ANIKE GBENRO REMEMBERANCE LECTURE.
May 28, 2010. Anike Foundation, in conjunction with Isanlu-Isin Baptist Grammar School (IBGS) Old Students’ Club, held a remembrance lecture in honor of Mrs. Marian Anike Gbenro. See details here.
ANIKE FOUNDATION SHIPS COMPUTERS AND LAPTOPS TO F.E.R.G., GHANA.
March 8, 2010 – Anike Foundation ships computers, laptops and other educational tools to Free Education and Reading Group (F.E.R.G), Ghana in the Phase 1 implementation of a partnership in “F.E.R.G VOLTA TECHNOLOGY AID PROJECT Community /School Computer Literacy Program.” Read more here.
YOCOFOBA Launches YOCOFOBA-Anike Foundation Multimedia Resource Center
Youth Concept Forum Building Aspirants (YOCOFOBA), one of Anike Foundation’s partner organizations, celebrated the opening of a multimedia resource center on August 21, 2011. The center currently offers two laptops for public use and plans to add eight more through donations from Anike Foundation. Other resources available include newspapers, educational books, and magazines. The center’s slogan is “YOCOFOBA-Anike Foundation, putting wings on ideas.” Read more here.