QNET West Africa CSR

Aiming to touch a billion hearts, QNET in West Africa and its stalwart Network Leaders organised a multitude of Corporate Social Responsibility activities that helped over 700 children from vulnerable backgrounds across West Africa. The events were organised using the Ramadan Holy Month as a platform and were attended in full force by our loyal and dedicated West African Independent Representatives. The theme of Raise Yourself To Help Mankind (RYTHM) and Absolute Living resonated strongly through the activities.

Here is a snapshot of all the incredible activities.



Through SOS Villages D’Enfants, an independent, non-governmental international development organisation which has been working to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of children since 1949, 150 children benefited from QNET Africa’s food distribution.

QNET Guinea CSR SOS Villages

The head of S.O.S Villages D’Enfants attended a radio interview in which he thanked QNET for its incredible support and said we stood out from other companies as we, through our slew of CSR activities across West Africa, showed that we think deeply about helping people and children and care more about genuinely helping rather than just the publicity.

Côte d’Ivoire

QNET Ivory Coast CSR (2)

QNET Ivory Coast CSR 2016

300 orphans were helped with essential food packages in Daloa, Orly and Marais cities. Our very own Associate V Partner Fofana Amaral, Africa’s first ever Diamond Star, came out to help where he could.

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QNET Niger 2

QNET Niger 3

QNET Niger

In Niamey, Niger, 200 children from poor backgrounds were helped.

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QNET Chad 4

100 food bags were distributed at a Destitute Centre in Chad.


QNET Mali CSR (4)

Staff and QNET Independent Representatives also distributed food supplies to SOS Villages D’Enfants, a non-profit that helps provide children with stability in the face of recurring droughts, persistent poverty and outbursts of violent conflict.


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