ELI Africa has long since been working towards the conservation of endemic plants in Mauritius. With the different planting events that have been organized every year, we have been able to plant up to more than 1500 endemic plants in our ELI Forest. We are now very excited to announce that
Our mangrove forests are quickly disappearing. New hotels can now be found in regions that were once covered with mangroves and home to a rich diversity of marine species. While developments in the tourism sector can be a boost to our economy, we cannot ignore the fact that mangrove deforestation
When we talk about “helping”, most people believe that it limits to giving Rs 10 to that man playing a guitar on the roadside. It is a good deed of course because, without this, that man would probably have found himself in the incapability to provide his family with supplies
The magic formula for an NGO to succeed is no secret: it must have dedicated and hardworking volunteers. On the 10th of October 2016 during one of Eli Africa’s Bee follow up, I came across three amazing individuals: Aniska the DRI (Directly responsible individual) of Beekeeping, Tashveen the DRI of
Dear Mr. Seeruttun, Congratulations! Thanks to your ministry and to the unflinching support of the Mauritius Society for Animal Welfare, Mauritius has once again hit the international headlines when it comes to animal welfare! Ever since two animal welfare charities have released a video footage which shows the treatment dogs
Following the door to door at Residence Kennedy during which we had the opportunity to meet people and explain to them the benefits of spaying or neutering their pets, we organized our dogs and cats sterilization camp on Saturday last at Residence Kennedy Polyvalent Hall. 10 pets were sterilized on
I want to become a dancer, a policeman, a doctor, a teacher. These were maybe the answers that I gave to people when they would ask me about what profession I would choose when I would grow up. But today, I get my answer…I want to be a child again.
While we were on our way to Providence, it was the usual Sunday scene that unveiled in front of us: people returning from the Sunday mass, children spending the Sunday morning playing around, mothers buying vegetables for tonight’s dinner and some sitting around to have a conversation with their friends.