To date, by participating in the three previous Cape Epic, bike2help.ch was able to provide over 90 bicycles to school children and nurses. In addition, 40 school desks and 40 school uniforms were provided to children in need in the Cape region.
For 2019, our charity bike2help.ch aims to support for the fourth time the host region: by helping children who need a cleft lip or a cleft palate surgery (in cooperation with Operation Smile) and by contributing to the protection of endangered predators (in collaboration with Cape Leopard Trust)
The medical treatment of “Operation Smile” begins with the fight against prejudice through education, medical diplomacy and legal representation in collaboration with government agencies, hospitals and other charities. Every patient deserves good medical care and a chance at a better life. The Operation Smile has been present in South Africa since 1982, and thanks to their support children in need and young adults have successfuly received more than 240,000 free of charge cleft lips operations. operationsmile.org
Education, Sports and Life Development for underprivileged children in South Africa. The primary objective of the organization is to address the educational and social needs of rural children and to offer these children lifelong learning in order to build positive self worth and self-respect. We reach this objective by means of our 3 R's Programme: Reading, Running and Righting. annafoundation.com
Cape Leopard Trust
The Cape Leopard Trust is an active predator conservation working group in the Cape launched in 2004.
It uses research as a tool for conservation, finding solutions to human-wildlife conflict and inspiring interest in the environment through an interactive and dynamic environmental education program.
The Cape Leopard Trust has a number of active leopard and predator research projects in the Western Cape region Cederberg, Namaqualand , Gouritz Corridor and the Boland Mountains .
The enigmatic Cape leopard is used as an icon to advocate for the protection of predators in their natural environments, as well as to raise awareness of broader biodiversity issues and promoting the need for committed conservation of ecosystems. capeleopard.org.za
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