Wednesday the 3rd of June was a milestone for the community of Black River. Guests and personalities came to the launch of KRN to Ruisseau Creole.
Our band, Musik dan Lapo, entertained guests with the rhythms of Mauritius. The event was the perfect platform for the KRN team to present its strategic plan to build a sustainable future for the people of Black River.
Personalities such as the First Lady, Mrs. Sarojini Jugnauth decided to Be Part of It.
Misik dan lapo is an ‘atelier de percussion’ funded by MT Foundation. The musicians from Lespri Ravann namely Kurwin Castel, Samuel Dubois and Kirty O’Clou teaches the children the technique for playing percussion instruments
Prior to Launching at Le Ruisseau Creole, Black River – Decoration
Lady Sarojini Jugnauth, Honourable Mrs. Fazila Daureeawoo, Honourable Mrs. Prithvirajsing Roopun, Her Excellency Mrs. Shari Villarosa, Mr. Simon Springett, Mr. Dominic Dupont, Mr. and Mrs. Hector Espitalier Noel
Mrs. Geneviéve Tyack, president of KRN receiving a cheque of 500,000 rupees from Mr. Dominic Dupont, Managing Director of La Balise Marina in the presence of the first land, for a project of construction of toilets and bathrooms in Black River
The team of KRN with the first Lady and Honourable Fazila Daureeawoo
Sophie Le Chartier – Programme Coordinating officer
Nicole Papeche – Secretary
Geneviève Tyack – President
Daniel Patate – Assistant Secretary
Roy Sokoo – Assistant Treasurer
Jean Rudolph Laboudeuse – Vice president
Steeve Lebrass – Treasurer
Jasmine Toulouse – Member KRN
Absent: Pamela Patate and Linda Perrine
Her Excellency Shari Villarosa, US Ambassador and Danielle Wong, President NCSR Committee
Mr. Gerard Tyack and Mr. Michael Jean Pierre