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What does AkarakA do?

AkarakA empowers underprivileged young adults by providing them with formal education opportunities through financial support, enabling them to reach their full potential and build a better future for themselves and their communities.




elizabeth jane baker, shah hitesh motichand, pascale francoise renee desbat dillon, ramaraj raghuprakash, robert vogtle, chizoba nnamchi


No PovertyEducation


  • Registered Charity
  • Established since 2011

Society Impact

  • Increased access to education for underprivileged young adults, leading to improved economic opportunities and social mobility.
  • Reduction in income inequality by providing financial support for education, which can help break the cycle of poverty.
  • Enhanced corporate engagement with local communities through mentorship programs, fostering a sense of corporate responsibility and civic involvement.
  • Improved workforce skills and competitiveness as students are matched with experienced professionals from the corporate world who can provide guidance and support in their career development.
  • Strengthened social cohesion by promoting collaboration between individuals, companies, foundations, and underprivileged communities to address shared challenges and promote mutual understanding.