who we are
AZŌNETĀ is a registered charity in Canada.
We started off by primarily focusing on poverty alleviation and promoting zero hunger in rural communities across Umuchu in Aguata Local Government Area (LGA) of Anambra State, Nigeria.
The idea behind AZŌNETĀ was inspired by the challenges and hardships that have plagued businesses, families and individuals during to the COVID-19 pandemic. We decided to spring into action to play our part within the global community, with an emphasis on supporting our smaller rural communities within Umuchu.
Today, AZŌNETĀ has expanded its goals to deliver positive impacts in people’s lives by adopting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a framework for our projects. As we continue to build new collaborations and partnerships, we look forward to expanding our mission across sub-Saharan Africa.
Faith Needy Children’s Home Fundraiser
We would also like to acknowledge our tireless volunteer in Ghana, Francis Adu Afari for being our boots on the ground and helping this project run smoothly.
AZONETA would also like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of Kelsie Francis who spent countless hours preparing social media content to bring awareness to this campaign.
Thank you for helping AZONETA build a better tomorrow!
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Every year AZONETA chooses one large project to support and runs a campaign. This year we supported the orphans of the Faith Needy Children’s Home in Awutu Bewuanum, Ghana. The children who live at this facility were sleeping on the concrete ground with only a thin sheet between them and the floor. Every child deserves […]
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We are hosting a fundraiser for Faith Needy Children’s Home. The facility is located in Awutu Bewuanum in the central region of Ghana. The Faith Needy Children’s Home houses 50 children ranging in ages from 4 – 16 years old. The facility is in desperate need of repairs from years of neglect and lack of […]