It is always a good feeling to see celebrities engage themselves in charity. People have come to realise that only the government cannot do things alone, some affluent people in the society must also take responsibility and help the poor in their various countries.
This is really a good way of giving back to the people who always support him during his football days. Didier Drogba is someone who hates to see people suffering especially in Africa.
"Every child deserves a quality education, regardless of their country of origin. An investment in @GPforEducation can give them that chance. #FundingLeducation, Join me".
The fundraising campaign, launched in October 2020 under the sponsorship of the United Kingdom and Kenya, aims to raise at least $5 billion to help transform education systems in more than 90 low-income countries and territories, for more than 'a billion children.
Through his Didier Drogba foundation, the footballer brings smiles back to thousands of children around the world. This time, Didier Drogba feels more concerned than ever with their education and launches a strong appeal to the government to help him in this initiative.
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