Azania Noah sings for Sierra Leone

Thursday 30 May 2024, 18:30

Single entry - 20 CHF
Donations for Education for all - 50 CHF and 100 CHF




Shine a light on Sierra Leone! 97% of your donations go directly to the projects of Education For All in Sierra Leone.

18:30: Welcome drink
19:30: Opening and Concert 

Azania Noah will be presenting a special exclusive concert in support of "Education for All". Kindly Invite your friends and family to come enjoy this beautiful performance in support of this powerful and worthy cause!

Originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa, this award-winning, multicultural artist was born and raised in the U.S. and in Switzerland. Azania Noah has sung at some of the most prestigious venues, including the famous "Blue Note Jazz Club" and the legendary "Apollo" in New York City, as well as in major music festivals, and recently featured on the TV show "The Voice" in France (TF1 TV).
An avid philanthropist, Azania has always had a heart for the needs of children in Sierra Leone. Ever since their 11-year civil war, access to quality education, retention and completion of school remain challenging for children. These factors are compounded by poverty, long distances to schools, gender discrimination, and teenage pregnancy. Azania was touched to learn about the "Education For All" (EFA) organisation that provides access to education for children in some of rural Sierra Leone’s most isolated communities. More information here:

About "Education for All"
This NGO's aim is to reach isolated communities in rural Sierra Leone to provide access to education for all children. They encourage families to send their children to school, particularly girls who are often marginalized, sponsor the best students and grant yearly scholarships to the students whose parents cannot afford it.
As well as offering a quality education, the project aims to offer literacy and vocational training classes to adults and young adults to help them learn a trade in order to improve their quality of life and reduce poverty and famine in their community.