Kulea Love

Our Caregivers

Our Caregivers

Kulea is a Swahili word that means “caring from the heart”. That’s what our caregivers bring each and every day.

They offer significant life and professional experiences in relevant areas of expertise. As an organization, Kulea Love prides itself on hiring staff who are genuinely interested in older people and know how to make them feel important and looked after. That’s the culture they come from.

Our caregivers are trained on standard First Aid and CPR as well as on FoodSafe and Canadian values and culture.

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Silvia Mangue Alene

Silvia is the founder of Kulea Love. She was born in Equatorial Guinea and grew up in Madrid, Spain. She has lived in Victoria for 15 years.

Silvia holds a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration with a major in Human Resources from Camosun College.

She grew up with her grandmother, and from this experience learned to value, respect and honour elders while growing up. She also learned the importance of meaningful companionship for the elderly.

Silvia is also a personal trainer and a mother of a 14-year old boy. When she is not busy with Kulea Love, Silvia attends the University of Victoria, pursuing a post-graduate diploma in Intercultural Education.