Mother Teresa once said, “Do things for people not because of who they are or what they do in return, but because of who you are” and this is what the Afrochella foundation stands for.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal two aims to achieve “Zero Hunger” which ties into Afrochella’s Feeds Program aiming to raise awareness on eradicating hunger in Ghana.
On 3rd January, 2022, Afrochella Foundation provided 500 packs of meals and water to people who cannot afford within the Nima and Jamestown communities in Accra.
Upon arrival in Nima for the meal distribution, many head porters, popularly known as Kayayei, were in queue waiting for their meals.
A world with zero hunger can positively impact our economies, health, education, equality and social development.
The Afrochella Foundation program targets rising creatives, underserved young adults and community initiatives geared toward development and improvement.
The aim is to build ecosystems that amplify the effort to achieve the 17 Sustainable Development Goals within the host cities.
Afrochella Giveback is an initiative started by Culture Management Group, LLC (CMG) in 2017 under the Afrochella Foundation.
Afrochella Giveback has also afforded the ability for attendees and volunteers to actively participate in community development efforts.
By Francis Quasie