People already have the internal resources to be self-reliant and to grow. All they need, most of the time, is a little help to develop their self-confidence, to find the means to get started and to take those determining first few steps. Years of working alongside vulnerable communities to fend off poverty has led us to develop our own methods to foster autonomy among the less fortunate. Capacity building and leveraging the ENL brand to open doors to funding are two key pillars of our intervention.
We created the Aprann program to help individuals who are uneducated, untrained or who wish to take up a new job, to find employment. The program was initially funded by HSBC Mauritius and benefitted more than 300 individuals aged between 16 and 55 years.
We implemented our Leave No One Behind program over three years during which we helped some 385 families build capacity and start a small business. In addition to training, coaching and guidance, we provided them with seed capital to get started. The initiative was supported by the European Union.
Circular economy is a strategic focus of ENL’s sustainability agenda. We have started to better integrate the principles of the circular economy in our operations by engaging all companies to improve their waste management practices and increase their waste recovery rate.View more
ENL takes ownership and responsibility for the impacts that its operations have on the environment. We want to play our part in reducing climate altering carbon emissions from our operations.View more
ENL creates strategically located and economically sustainable property developments that blend harmoniously into their natural and social environments.View more
ENL upholds diversity and inclusion as key denominators of a peaceful and prosperous society. As a responsible corporate citizen, we believe we have a role to play to help communities living on the fringe of society benefit from economic growth.View more