Winning the National Energy Globe award for Côte d’Ivoire in 2016 was a surprising and inspiring moment for our charity RKbienfaisance running Alama’s Garden project.
At a crucial time, two years after starting Case á Livres and Alama’s Garden, we were unsure if our idea was worthwhile. But the expertise and understanding of our work from dedicated experts gave us a feeling of pride and renewed belief. This award motivated us to keep going and enhance our first version, with a focus on its important impact on children’s lives.
The National Energy Globe Award for Côte d’Ivoite has reminded us that it’s important to have people who believe in us.
We received this award when we were feeling uncertain and filled with doubt.
It not only showed that our work was valuable, but also recognized the dedication and effort we put into Case á Livres and Alama’s Garden.
The validation from experts who truly understood what RKbienfaisance does was a turning point for us. It gave us the confidence that our idea was meaningful and had the potential to make a significant impact.
This validation sparked a renewed sense of motivation, inspiring us to fully embrace our mission and work hard to improve our prototype. Our focus shifted from simply copying the idea to taking a scientific and thorough approach in developing our prototype.
We aimed to create a prototype that would positively influence more children. With the validation we received, we were motivated to put in the necessary effort, time, and expertise to ensure our prototype would be the best it could be.
Receiving the National Energy Globe Award for Côte d’Ivoire in 2016 was a life-changing experience for us.
It reinforced the significance of our work and gave us inspiration during times of doubt.
The award reminded us of the importance of approaching our work scientifically and rigorously to have a meaningful impact on children’s lives. With this newfound validation and renewed faith, RKbienfaisance remains committed to making a lasting difference and reaching even more children through our future initiatives.