Good news for the South West - University of Limerick students win the Enactus Ireland National Competition!
The winning project "Anytime of the Month" - sets out to alleviate the effects of period poverty in Ireland and tackles the stigma and lack of education around periods.
If you haven’t already check out our promo video! Can’t wait for you guys to follow us on our journey and developing a network of friendly strangers aiming to alleviate period poverty!! pic.twitter.com/uaspRt7oSu
— Anytime of the Month (@AnytimeMonth) September 6, 2020
Another successful UL project was Moya Nua, which has developed agricultural seeding planters for smallholder farmers in Africa.
The project utilises simplified agricultural technologies that are both ergonomic and environmentally friendly.
And finally we're absolutely thrilled to announce that the 2021 Enactus Ireland National Champions are @ULEnactus! We can't wait for you to represent Ireland at the 2021 @enactus World Cup! #EnactusIRE21 #WeAllWin pic.twitter.com/bqNQ7EU0yj
— Enactus Ireland (@enactusIreland) May 27, 2021
The winning team will go forward to represent Ireland at the Enactus World Cup this October.