Obaabun Ogyedom Royal Foundation (OORF)
CEO Paa-Kofi Podima AIDOO SR grew up eating Moringa in its various forms. Both his parents lived to be well over hundred years old, a testament to the healing powers of Moringa! In 2003 Paa-Kofi moved back to Ghana with his Canadian wife Gloria Vincent; years later she was chosen to be a development Queen mother of Gomoa Afransi in the central region of Ghana by the King of Afransi Nana Ogyedom Kwasi Attah VI and her name was changed to Obaabun-Ogyedom Nana Obranuwa Adwoa Yankee I. One year later she established an non-governmental organization (NGO) known as Obaabun Ogyedom Royal Foundation (OORF) to help alleviate poverty and sexually transmitted diseases among the local people.
Moringa Unstoppable hopes to give back to the community that has given us moringa. We hope the success of our company will provide inspiration for local moringa farmers to achieve f inancial success and to grow and shape our community for generations to come.
- To promote and provide family life education
- To promote marriage, parenting and social responsibility
- To strengthen marriages and family by supporting and training family life educators.
- To provide health education for families in areas such as sexually transmitted diseases, diabetes, stroke, hypertension, smoking, drugs, teenage pregnancy and alcohol related issues.
- To provide motivational, emotional, strategic support for the local youth population to succeed in life.
Moringa Unstoppable Foundation
Today, Moringa Unstoppable Foundation teaches people to grow Moringa and use it daily as food and medicine, whether fresh and dried, as a tea, in smoothies, soups and porridge. We are excited that The World’s Most Nutritious Plant is making a difference in people’s lives around the globe and here at home.
Making a Difference
Now OORF teaches the Local farmers to grow Moringa and use it daily as food and medicine: fresh and dried, as a tea, in smoothies, soups and porridge. We are glad that The World’s Most Nutritious Leaf is making a difference in people’s lives around the Globe and here, at home.