African Adventures Foundation is a registered charity in England & Wales (1153361), which exists to provide regular, long-term support to our partner projects in Ghana, Kenya and Zanzibar. These projects are non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which provide opportunity to deprived communities, and underfunded and overcrowded government schools in clear need of support. Funds donated through the Foundation allow the projects to develop, through the supply of vital tools and resources that would be otherwise unavailable to them.
Thanks to generous support from African Adventures, the Foundation is able to commit 100% of all donations to our work in Africa, enabling even greater change to be made.
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African Adventures covers the core running costs of the charity and, thanks to this generous support, 100% of every penny raised by our Foundation will go to the projects we support – so you can rest assured that your donation will be making a positive impact where it is needed most.
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Despite probably needing a good sleep more than at any point in the ride so far, we only managed a few hours and got up at 5:30am, ready to get on the road at 6.30am.
Considering yesterday’s tough climb out of the Rift Valley, the gentle tail wind meant we reached average speeds of around 24mph, which is pretty good for amateurs on hybrid bikes.