Indian Girl created unique game to spread cleanliness in Mauritius..

Indian Girl created unique game to spread cleanliness in Mauritius..

Today environment and cleanliness is the main concern for people across the globe. The 26 years old Veda Dean, who hails from Sholapur has initiated an innovative idea for it. This initiative will help Mauritius island of Madagascar to get recognization on global map. Veda Dean who hails from India has introduced Eco Warrior Game for Mauritius territory. This is the first ever educational mobile game under UNESCO which is launched in Africa.

The app is created to spread awareness about environment protection and waste recycling among the natives and childrens as well as educate them about history, geography and wildlife of Mauritius. The app is available on App Store and Google Play Store.

How it is launched?

The game is launced in two phases, in Phase 1 game is installed by Mauritius school board in primary students tablets. As for next phase call in action is planned under which eco warrior recycle bin get planted in schools to teach students about recycling. It is designed for children’s with age group of 6 to 11 years. Students need to clear 4 levels to reach the final level and become Eco Warrior.

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