The Cameroon International’s Foundation continues to help the children of the country’s capital
The André Onana Foundation keeps its firm fight to help those who need it the most. The goalkeeper of the Cameroon National team and the AFC Ajax has spent his holidays improving the lives of hundreds by donating food and basic supplies to four Yaoundé orphanages. This action is part of the philosophy and objectives of the Foundation, who aims to help the young generations.
Onana’s social commitment does not stop despite the limitations that Covid-19 has caused throughout the planet. The footballer wanted to deliver the supplies personally, taking all necessary sanitary measures. The supplies were donated to orphans and other children with fewer resources and opportunities. Onana’s awareness with the most vulnerable groups is one of the main engines of the Foundation.
The footballer has spent all his holidays in Cameroon with his family and friends, dedicating most of his time off the pitch to the Foundation’s social actions. He has also been a regular participant in football matches organized by friends and acquaintances in his native neighborhood.
In the coming months, the entire project that will improve the lives of many people in Cameroon will be released.
25 bags of 50kg of rice (Total 1,250kg)
30 cartons of soap
20 cartons of oil
19 bags of salt
14 cartons of milk
15 cartons of spaghetti
20 cartons of sardines
12 cartons of sugar
Orphelinat Fondation Fact
Orphelinat Sainte Rita
Orphelinat Foyer École des Enfants Aveugles
Orphelinat Sainte Thérèse d’obili