Mauritian startup Panda & Wolf Holdings has rolled out Eco-Warriors to teach kids about waste sorting and recycling. Eco-Warriors also provides a call-to-action for users by providing a monthly comic and activity book that not only continues the adventures of the “eco-warriors” but also provides activities and Q&As related to the environment and their school curriculum. Developers say children learn the history and geography of the area, city or country through the different levels, and sort the collected waste in recycling bins to earn points and complete the levels. They also meet the endemic animals of each place, helping them in the cleaning of their natural habitat and fight the pest.
SOURCE: DISRUPT AFRICA
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