Row by row we can help redevelop African Health and Education from village to village
“Aseya” seems to be a popular word in many cultures. Wonderfully, in all cultures
ASEYA has divine connotations. For instance, in some cultures in Asia “Aseya” is
the name given to their divine book and means the same as “Bible” or a Divine book.
To the Efutu (a branch of the Guan peoples) of Ghana, West Africa, Aseya loosely
translates as “trust res,” or a bailment, or something or someplace of entrustment
for the benefit of another. Thus, to us as an organization, our name is translatable
as an African Foundation or an African Trust whose funds are intended to help improve
the living standards of beneficiary societies in rural towns and villages in Africa
through the provision or rehabilitation of health and medical facilities.
The goal of Aseya Africa, Inc. is to assist build or rehabilitate educational and
health structures and facilities in rural towns and villages in Africa that will
allow the youth and people of Africa to pursue schooling free of climatic vagaries
while affording African youth meaningful service and career opportunities as well
as exposure to other cultures and lifestyles.
Aseya Africa is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization establised for the purpose
of contributing toward redeveloping education and health care in African villages
and rural towns.
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