EcoFeast, our local project in Canterbury, focuses on bringing students and the elderly together over a shared passion for food, for the benefit of both communities. Willing students will pay to learn the art of cooking and baking from elderly individuals each week, providing a weekly interaction for the elderly to reduce levels of loneliness. The 'eco' in the name comes from the ingredients sourced for the cookery courses, which will be surplus supermarket food, reducing food waste.
Team Leader: Adonis Tino Ushe
Through Sakhee, our international project in India, we plan to train women to produce and sell affordable sanitary products in schools and community centres in Seelampur, an urban village where women find it hard to access quality sanitary products because of high prices.
We aim to provide the women with production and business skills, a steady income and access to affordable sanitary products to improve their menstrual health and hygeine.
Team Leader: Ragini Khanna
Project Cantuta is an international project founded in 2015 by Enactus Kent and is based Quinua, Peru in the Ayacucho Region of the Andes. Our aim is to empower the isolated elderly population, and ultimately help them reintegrate into their surrounding communities. Thus, our elderly beneficiaries make and sell health conscious and all natural - soaps and honey to tourists in the area. Currently we have sold 95% of the soaps made and we endeavor to expand our market to sell many more.
Team Leader: Chidochemoyo Mafaraikwa
Our project incubation team helps develop new project ideas before they officially launch as full fledged volunteer projects.
Team Leader: Immanuelle Okwedy