I am honored to dedicate my journey to two NGO’s that are active in Africa.
All proceeds go to the projects mentioned below.
WoMena is a young Danish NGO that focuses on reproductive health and menstrual hygiene. They run multiple projects in different regions in Uganda, and they are particularly proud ambassadors of their flagship: the menstrual cup. These people are a true inspiration for me, as they demonstrate how a relatively simple innovation can positively impact lives and communities when it is implemented with passion.
Feel free to contact me, or WoMena directly, if you have any questions.
Please add “road to cape town” in the description when you donate, as well as your name and address, so we can keep track of donations.
You can also consider to become a member of WoMena: http://womena.dk/membership/
*Belgian tax payers: please note that WoMena is currently not tax deductible.
*Belgische belastingbetalers: giften aan WoMena zijn momenteel nog niet aftrekbaar.
*Contribuables belges: veuillez-noter que les donations en faveur de WoMena ne sont actuellement pas déductibles.
“Blik op Afrika” is a well established Belgian NGO with a strong presence in Central Africa. Blik op Afrika supports high impact projects in education and health care that strengthen staff competencies, upgrade or build fit for purpose schools and medical centers. They are also providing assistance to farmers in livestock management, and agricultural techniques. In doing so, Blik op Afrika cooperates closely with their main local partner: ONGD or
Currently, Blik op Afrika is active in RDC (Kwilu province), Burundi (Ijenda) and Cameroun (Foumbot). Personnally, I am inspired by the structural character of the projects of Blik op Afrika. Infrastructure and agricultural innovation support communities in the long run.
You can discover a lot more about Blik op Afrika on their website: https://blikopafrika.be/
*Contribuables belges: les donations en faveur de Blik op Afrika, à partir de €40/an sont fiscalement déductibles.