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Protecting the coastal ecosystem

Since 2013, Rogers Foundation is responding to the increasing threats to the Mauritian coastal ecosystem by running projects aimed at influencing, educating, and changing citizens’ behaviour.

We focus on raising awareness around the protection of the coastal resources of Mauritius. A number of projects are conducted in partnership with Reef Conservation Mauritius, namely,

  • Bis lamer, a classroom on wheels fitted with interactive tools and laboratory equipment.
  • Eco-school project focusing on environmental education of school children.
  • Sea-turtle preservation network, an educational booklet, was produced and released to sensitise school children and coastal inhabitants on the need to protect endangered sea turtles.
  • Bel Ombre pedia, a comprehensive compilation of scientific and pedagogical information about fauna and flora species around the region of Bel Ombre gathered by biologists and zoologists and which will be available online and based on the Wikipedia model.
Ourmain initiatives
  • Eco-Schools : 9 schools awarded

    The green attitude taught at school.

    9 schools awarded for raising eco-awareness among students.

  • Chamarel Waterfall clean-up

    Cleaning the Chamarel waterfall

    Plastic and garbage is a distinctive trail that modern man leaves behind him. The Rogers team went on a cleaning spree of the Chamarel waterfall. 

  • Rogers Capital on cleaning mode

    Rogers Capital cleans the Salines nature park

    The Rogers Capital team cleaned up the Salines park and its neighbourhoods in Port Louis.

  • Awareness campaign on marine ecosystems

    Awareness campaign on the role of marine and coastal ecosystems

    Reef Conservation raised awareness on the vital role of marine and coastal ecosystems to mark World Environment Day and International Day for the Oceans. It held an open exhibition at the Anse La Raie public beach on 10 June 2017.

  • Heritage Le Telfair et Heritage Awali awarded the Green Key certification

    The Green Key certification awarded to Heritage Le Telfair et Heritage Awali

    The Heritage Resorts' commitment to run environmentally sustainable resorts has once again been duly recognised.

  • Plankton recycling glass

    Plankton, a glass recycling enterprise in Bel Ombre

    Plankton is a company set up with the support of Rogers Foundation. It recycles glass bottles. 

  • Ocean Advocasea Bootcamp

    Ocean Advocasea Bootcamp

    Promoting youth advocacy for the marine ecosystem. 

Talk to our CSR & Sustainability Manager
Audrey d'Hotman de Villiers
T: +230 202 5000
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