To enhance the dignity and quality of life of disenfranchised individuals and families in Mauritius by strengthening communities and the environment, by eliminating barriers to opportunity and helping people in need reach their full potential through learning and the power of work.
- To be a model for social enterprise, inspiring and collaborating with other companies and organisations in Mauritius
- To create a culture of giving
- To find innovative circular solutions to post-consumer waste
- To encourage inclusive employment practices across the island, to change the mindsets of the public around inclusivity and increase employment opportunities for people with barriers to employment.
Board Of Directors
Goodwill Solidaire Ltd is governed by a non-executive Board of Directors
whose members serve voluntarily and receive no financial or other remuneration.
Police Inspector at the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Centre. Darmen is also the co-founder and President of APPEL (Association Pour Personnes En Larmes), a charitable NGO running a rehabilitation centre for the homeless as well as training and empowerment programmes for vulnerable groups. With nearly 30 years in the service and varied experience as a telecommunication specialist in the Police Helicopter Squadron, Enquiry Officer, Police Prosecutor and now as Disaster Management Official, Darmen is also passionate about social work. He has been working towards the rehabilitation of addicts and homeless and heads APPEL since 2006. Besides having a specialisation in Telecommunications and now in Disaster Management, Darmen holds a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Technology, Mauritius.
Managing Director of Aon Hewitt Ltd, an HR consulting firm in Mauritius and part of Aon worldwide. Bernard has more than 32 years’ experience advising pension and provident funds, multinational companies and international organisations. Bernard currently serves as the African continent’s representative on the Committee of Actuaries for the United Nations Joint Staff Pension Fund since 2007. He is also an independent non-executive director of a number of listed and other companies in Mauritius. He is passionate to use his skills for social good in his country.
Founder and Director of Lighthouse Primary and Secondary School, a non-profit private school in Mauritius. Prior to starting the school, Susanna managed group strategy for a large financial services and information technology group, Loita, focused on sub-Saharan Africa, and she currently serves on its Mauritian board. She holds a M.A. in International Relations and International Economics from Johns Hopkins University. A dual US-Mauritian citizen, Susanna is interested in issues of social justice, politics and societal transformation.
Chief Executive Officer and Founder of the Celero Group, a logistics and shipping agency group operating in Mauritius and Madagascar. Marc has also been active in various trade associations and boards, including the boards of a company pioneering freeport operations in Mauritius and the Mauritius Exporters Association. He currently serves on the board of CIEL. He is a founding trustee of the Lighthouse charitable trust.