Orango is more than just beer

We are improving the quality of life

We are dedicated to improving the quality of life and wellbeing of the people living and working on the farms in the communities we operate in because sustainable agriculture and rural development go hand in hand.

We are aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which has guided our commitment to social innovation

Good Health
and Well-Being
Many rural communities in Nigeria have little or no access to electricity. According to the World Bank, access to energy is at the heart of true development and shared prosperity.
The poor quality of education, teaching techniques and lack of proper infrastructure and facilities among others are the reasons why education in rural areas still lags behind. True development and empowerment come from providing quality education. Not just to the youth, but to adults in rural communities as well. Education empowers the recipient to build a better life for families and communities.
Access to clean water is a challenge for a large percentage of the population in Nigeria. This often contributes to the high prevalence of waterborne diseases and infant mortality in rural communities. It also threatens the livelihoods of smallholder farmers, and contributes to low levels of school enrollment, especially among girls.
The best communities are self-sufficient and are economically sustainable and thriving. It is important that we invest in the local economy of the communities to create sustainable income prospects for members of the community.