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We positively impact more than 500 lives yearly!



The school has successfully completed her first WAEC examinations today 21st June 2022. Parents, Teachers and well wishes are much appreciated for the efforts put in to actualise this. NECO examinations will follow suit.



To see the less privileged, attain their full potential and fulfillment spiritually, socially and materially.


We provide access to qualitative education, spiritual and health care; and human capacity development programs for vulnerable members of the community who would otherwise not access them.

Short Term Plans

  • Get certified as centre for NECO, WAEC, BECE examinations at AMF Academy.

  • Drill a bore hole to help facilitate the provision of clean water to the communities.

Short Term Plans

  • Construct an examination hall at AMF Academy by March 2021

  • Procure computers, photocopiers, printers etc for ICT department at AMF Academy

Long Term Plans

  • Build and equip a vocational skills acquisition centre with capacity to train 30 people at a time in different trades like tailoring, computer, welding and fabrication, carpentry and the like

Long Term Plans

  • Building or locating suitable housing.

  • Partnering with food banks, and international/local, community agencies for food supply.

Long Term Plans

  • Opening a local office.

  • Acquire a utility truck for the operations of the Foundation.

Long Term Plans

  • Partnering with health agencies and clinicians who can provide low-cost or no-cost health care.

  • Developing a long-term outreach plan to offer services to the homeless.

Core Values

  • Compassion
  • Empathy
  • Integrity
  • Excellence

Motivation for Founding AMF

The foundation of Adezungwen Memorial Foundation stands on two pillars- the Word of God and the inspiring example of a Godly sister - Ann Adezungwen. ... ‘The LORD has told us what is good. What He requires of us is this: to do what is just, to show constant love, and to live in humble fellowship with our God. To take care of orphans and widows when they suffer and to remain uncorrupted by this world’ (From James 1:27 and Micah 6:8) Sister Ann Adezungwen modelled this injunction from the word of God. In her life time, many people including the founders of this Foundation received love, compassion and opportunities that changed the course of their lives forever. Adezungwen memorial Foundation exists to model the love of Jesus Christ in deed and word. Primarily we target our intervention to women and children with few economic and education opportunities; and those with other special physical needs. We freely offer the gospel of Jesus Christ to all who want to hear about this love of Jesus that motivates us.

Our Spiritual Foundation

  1. The love of Jesus Christ compels us to offer opportunities to the poor and vulnerable. We believe that this is modeling Jesus Christ in deeds
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  3. We offer the good news of salvation to the spiritually poor. For us, this is modelling Jesus Christ in words
  4. We believe that as we lift Jesus in word and deed, He would ‘draw all men’ unto Himself
  5. We believe that human beings are created in the image of God; and they deserve to be treated with dignity and respect. They can be involved in finding solutions to poverty

Support us through our account

Account Name-Adezungwen Memorial Foundation
Zenith(current Account) 1016201113