It’s not every day that you get recognized for doing something right. In fact it’s usually the other way around. But last month something amazing happened. The African Bronze Honey Project and its Directors got recognized… for doing something right!
Engineers Without Borders Canada (EWB) recently awarded the African Bronze Honey Project an EWB Social Change Entrepreneur Fellowship, supported by the Government of Ontario, in recognition of the Project's impact, past and present.
EWB Canada has committed its strength to our project with a goal to move the African Bronze Honey Project to its goals as rapidly as possible with its 36 city networks and chapters, more than 45,000 supporters and corporate and non-profit partners.
EWB Canada helps turn ideas into impact. They convene collision spaces that bring cultures together, make sense of the systems we want to change, provide deeper understandings of problem definitions, highlight bright ideas, test innovations and ripen the environment for change. Please join us in making change… one bottle of honey at a time!
Pretty cool huh? When we started, we had no idea where we would go with this. We still don’t. But we must be doing something right… one bottle of honey at a time.
Thanks for your support!