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The Rossy Foundation is a German non-governmental charitable organization with the goal of alleviated the suffering of the underprivileged in African countries and to help them reach their full potential.
The Rossy Foundation’s mission is to support social enterprises and initiatives that tackle social and economic issues in African countries at grassroots level. The ultimate aim is to help African communities by improving local conditions. Many African people are faced with challenges like natural disasters, communal clashes, poverty and war which drives many of them out of the continent. They attempt to escape by traveling to Europe, often in dangerous conditions where many lives are lost. Ultimately, the foundation hopes to help prevent this and create a better future for all. The foundation has six objectives:
The Rossy Foundation is particularly focused on causes related to improving healthcare systems for local citizens, promoting workforce development initiatives, and tackling critical gaps in educational practices.
As part of the foundation’s five-year action plan, they are in the process of launching the following programs:
Some of the Rossy Foundation’s most recent projects include:
As part of the Rossy Foundation education drive, learning materials were donated to primary school pupils in Ofekata Primary School in Imo state, Nigeria.
A one day seminar held in Germany in March, 2020 in collaboration with the Ministry of Integration Koblenz.
Led by country director Adama Konta, the Rossy Foundation paid a courtesy visit to the hospital in Bamako, Mali.
The Rossy Foundation was launched with the goal of improving African lives. The foundation works in partnership with the Rebuild Africa Foundation and shares similar values and goals: to touch the lives of African citizens positively. The foundation continues to grow and expand its reach. It has a strong presence in West Africa in countries like Nigeria and Mali, and also in the rest of Africa in countries like Malawi.