First step in getting the fish- and landing site in Tombo, Sierra Leone up and running

16.10.15

The first step in getting the landing site in Tombo, Sierra Leone up and running was taken 25th September 2015, when Neptune, partially owned by Aurora, started selling ice to the local community. The customers are mainly persons working in the local fishing industry but also others such as women who have small stalls selling drinks.

The very first customer was Isata Kawawho bought some ice tobe able to chill the water she is selling.

POP UP market in Iceland 9.-11th of DECEMBER

POP UP market in Iceland 9.-11th of DECEMBER

Now it is time for our POP-UP market in Iceland. It will take place 9th, 10th and the 11th of December in MENGI. This year we will be joined by the book publisher Angústura! We are excited to share the space with them. They focus on publishing unique, exciting and...

Kraumur Music Awards Nominees

The moment we have been waiting for is here! We are immensly proud of having founded these awards. To watch them grow and empower artists every year brings us great and sincere joy. The Kraumur Music Awards Nominees are: Al­freð Drexler - Drexler’s Lab Ari Árel­íus -...

Grassroot Gender Empowerment Movement and Aurora Foundation

Grassroot Gender Empowerment Movement and Aurora Foundation

GGEM is a Sierra Leonean microfinance institution that Aurora Foundation has been supporting since 2014. GGEM stands for Grassroots Gender Empowerment Movement. We got to meet some of GGEM successful clients and now we share their stories.  Meet Miss Mariatu Sesay!...