Creating Wealth through Education, Health, and Food.
Delwik Foundation is the platform used to implement and execute our Corporate Social Responsibility objectives. Delwik’s Partners are focus on education, health, and food initiatives. We believe a young population with good education, good health and food security can better support the growth of the African continent. At Delwik we also believe that Education is the bedrock to sustain Africa’s ongoing transformation and thus we are committed to making educational resources available to the underprivileged. Each year, our goal is to support a minimum number of students to attain vocational or university level education.
For example in 2018 Delwik Partners empowered Ms. Elizabeth Alache, a smart 27-year-old Nigerian girl, who had had to cut her education short to take up domestic cleaning jobs in Nigeria because of a lack of funding to continue her education. For Delwik Partners, it was clear that Elizabeth had the potential to gain higher education. Thus, last year, the Partners of Delwik provided the funds to support her 4 years of a university degree in Communications & Marketing in Nigeria.
At Delwik Foundation our goal is to continue to support education in Africa through initiatives like this and particularly to empower young people like Elizabeth to realize their full potential and achieve their goals.
At Delwik Foundation, we also focus on health care and hunger eradication initiatives and will be happy to partner with other foundations to support these initiatives. To learn more please contact us at email@example.com
2019/2020 Foundation Activities
Delwik is supporting ImpactHer a non-profit organization to invest in women entrepreneurs on the African continent.
Delwik through its foundation is committed to helping and advancing diverse groups of African female entrepreneurs and managers that are interested in: scaling their businesses and expanding their market share by raising capital from high network individuals or institutional investors such as venture funds, private equity funds, or Development Finance Institutions.