We join millions of others in sharing one common goal, and that is to enrich people’s lives in any way possible.
As we have been inspired, we hope our mission will inspire others to bring about the required action to create “A Better Tomorrow”.
Using the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a framework, we will be supporting projects that align with the broad goals such as Good Health and Well Being (SDG3), Zero Hunger (SDG2), No Poverty (SDG1), Quality Education (SDG4), Gender Equality (SDG5).
Our goal for a better tomorrow will address poverty alleviation, promoting zero hunger, accessibility to quality education and informative healthcare for women as we support for gender equality.
The gift of a better tomorrow provides HOPE. With Hope, we can look towards a brighter future.
From a philanthropy perspective, my parents embedded in me and my siblings the value and reward of giving back. For as long as I can remember, I have always felt a longing tohelp people. To create a positive impact in anyway possible.
I was inspired to start AZONETA as I recognized the devastating impact of COVID-19 in my home country. As much I frequently donated to charitable organizations in the past, I felt the need to create a big impact.
Chief Operating Officer
I am a teacher as well as the Chief Operating Offer for AZONETA, a title I wear with pride. My dedication to the work we do here at AZONETA is an amalgamation of different facets of my life.
First and foremost, I love being a teacher, but it is not an easy job and I have an endless number of resources at my disposal. So, I can understand the struggles that educators in Africa must face themselves.
I am a recent graduate of the business program at St Lawrence College, also a current Advertising Marketing Communications student and proud Indigenous women. It is my connection to my nieces and godchildren that inspired me to volunteer my time with AZONETA and become a proud supporter of the work we do.
I want them to grow up in a world where everyone has a fair shot at life with their basic needs met, including quality education, health care, gender equality and food security. It is important to give back and lend a helping hand to those in need as part of making a better tomorrow, today.
Francis Adu Afari
I was born and raised in Juaso in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. I’m currently a level 400 student of Kibi Presbyterian College of Education in the Eastern Region of Ghana being trained to become a teacher.
I love to volunteer because I have great passion for humanity, and I love to see everyone happy especially children. I always want to help people who are in need.
There’s nothing we have that we haven’t received and freely have we received. Giving back to society is a burden for me, be it my time, my substance, or my intellect and with AZONETA I found a fruitful ground to lay this burden.
Consistency no matter how small births continuous progress and I through AZONETA will continuously contribute my quota towards making our planet a better place, one step at a time, one child at a time, one school at a time, one community at a time, one people at a time.
Growing up, my mother valued education that’s why she sacrificed and dropped out to see her siblings through school. She started a small business where she made money and her 8 siblings were able to go through school and now, they are teachers, environmentalists, business men and doctors She went ahead and brought children from each house hold of relatives in the village so that they could study in town and go back home to make it better and also develop the community.
Some are now settled with very good jobs while others are still in school. With this I came to realize that the best way to give back to the community is through education.