Welcome to our Ambassador-in-Africa Program!
In our continued effort to foster education of non-Africans about Africa, Anike Foundation welcomes individuals or groups of people who would like to visit Africa while, at the same time, bringing educational gifts to the people, thereby contributing to the development of education in Africa. With over 150 partner organizations in Africa in 20 countries, we have a broad range of places for you to choose from. If you tell us what countries you would like to visit, we will research the best organizations that will fit your purpose and schedule. Once we conclude our research, we will give you a list of our partner organizations that you can visit. We offer this program to anyone who donates at least $100 to Anike Foundation. You are responsible for making your travel arrangements, including obtaining requisite inoculations, visas, purchase of airline tickets, making accommodation arrangements and feeding. We will provide contact information for our partner organizations that may have information that could be helpful in your planning. Upon your return, we would expect a summary report of your visit, including photos and video clips as appropriate. Upon a satisfactory trip and submitted report, you will be listed on our website as an “Anike Foundation Ambassador” to the countries you have visited.
In our Pilot Program (“Spin the Wheel”), a group of people from Greece will be cycling through Malawi and Tanzania in the summer of 2017. For more information or to follow the progress of our Pilot Program, check out the “Spin the Wheel” homepage:
or the “Spin the Wheel” blog:
or the “Spin the Wheel” Facebook page:
If you would like to take part in the Ambassador Program, take the following steps:
- Make the minimum required donation using the donation button below.
- Click on “Donate with Credit Card.”
- Select “Ambassador Program” from the drop-down menu under “Please Select a Cause.”
- Put the country you would like to visit under “Leave a Comment.-” and verify that you have read and understood the terms and conditions below, e.g. “I would like to visit Uganda. I have read and understand the terms and conditions of Ambassador Program.”
We will be in touch with you to start planning your African visit.
Refer to the image below for the countries where we have partners that would welcome our Ambassadors in Africa.
Spin the Wheel
About Spin The Wheel
Anike Foundation is putting on its Spin The Wheel Project to help students in Africa. To help, 8 cyclists are going on an historic journey that covers 700 km from Malawi to Tanzania. Along the way, riders will be stopping at 15 schools to deliver school supplies, sports equipment, and other education tools. The odyssey will last one month and the riders will bring 4,500 smiles to students.
Schools We Are Visiting
-Magwero Primary School
Meet The Team
Click below to watch a video of our fabulous riders as they prepare for their trip from Malawi to Tanzania:
Spin the wheel is improving children’s lives through education. Click below to help 4,500 students’ education:
To take part in or organize a similar program, click on the link below:
“When each of us realizes the potential they really have, and combines it with people around us, then we create small miracles!”
– Kalli Roumeliotou- Spin The Wheel Project Coordinator and Cycling Member
The Spin The Wheel team consists of eight cyclists: Alexandros Kataropoulos, Vassilis Dimitriadis, Nikos Fazos, Paul, Georgia Nikiforaki, Dimitra Mitsogianni, Dora Mavriki, and Kalli Roumeliotou. The team’s vision is to make the world an inspiring place to live. The Spin The Wheel team is distributing pencils, notebooks, erasers, pencil sharpeners, books and sports equipment to 6,500 students in 15 schools. This will substantially alleviate the very low book-to-student ratio (about 1 to 10) in these schools. Some of the riders, like Vassilis Dimitriadis, felt compelled to participate in Spin The Wheel. They are delighted to see the children receive their gifts, as well as the smiles on their faces.
To contribute to help students in Malawi, click on the link below: