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
After months of planning and hard work, ELI Africa finally launched its Tombola Fundraising Raffle two weeks before. The objective behind the organization of this fundraising raffle is to raise funds to implement the projects at ELI Africa and to encourage local people and other stakeholders to bring their contribution
To celebrate and to contribute towards World Animal Day and World Vegetarian Day in action, ELI Wooff is launching a Veg Week starting Sunday 11th until Sunday 18th October with the theme “For the animals, for our health and for a kinder Mauritius”. This campaign will raise awareness on animal
Sleep-deprived driving is one of the major causes of motor vehicle accidents, and it can impair the human brain as much as alcohol can. The American Academy of sleep Medicine (AASM) estimates 80,000 drivers fall asleep behind the wheel every day and 250,000 accidents occur every year related to sleep.
It’s been more than three months now that ELI Foundation is a project of ELI Africa. So far, it’s been an arduous journey and yet an enriching one. ELI Foundation is gradually migrating from being a pilot project of ELI Africa to, we hope, becoming a core project of the
I have heard that question a hundred times and on the moment I always viewed it as a question aimed at distracting the class. But with time I realized it was indeed a great question! When will we close our books and go play outside? These kids are simply extraordinary.
It’s been more than five months now that the students at our Roche Bois education center are following classes on programming. The ELI Code program was introduced to our students in February and since then, it has become one the favorite classes of our students. In his previous blog on
Challenges. Revelations. Happiness I vividly recall the first time I entered the ELI Africa’s education center in Mon Gout back in 2011. The building was made of rock and the backyard was full of beautiful plants which, as I would later learn, were planted by the students themselves. The place
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