The Azorli Foundation is a non-governmental organization (NGO), founded in August 2014, which offers a variety of programs for children, young people and adults. It aims to enhance the quality of life through equal dialogue, participation and advocacy programs as well as creating a suitable environment that offers opportunities for people`s development.
Work programs can include: life skills and basic education, job training and youth–friendly workshops targeting disadvantaged children and young people as well as workshops for adults. All programs have topics in the field of hygiene, environment and education.
The word Azorli originates from the local language of the Ewe people which is spoken in the Volta Region of Ghana. It can be translated to “to move forward”.
„Moving education forward…“
„Move education to deprived communities in Ghana and enable people free access to knowledge“
The purpose of the Azorli Foundation is to create a suitable advancement of sustainable infrastructural development in deprived communities in Ghana
- Providing knowledge training to school children as well as adults especially in the field of environment, health, education and human rights
- Improving of infrastructure among deprived people and communities
- Working towards achieving the UN millennium development goals
- Supporting the UN in the Post 2015 Development Agenda: Sustainable Development Goals