My dear YUVANS,
I would like through your leader and president Krishna Athal to send all my farewell wishes for a happy 3rd anniversary to YUVA Mauritius. I started following you since only 2016, but I am very happy and impressed to see such a group of young devotees like you doing such a wonderful job in the sectors of education, social work, health, entrepreneurship and leadership among all the numerous engagements in which you take part every day. Continue reading “Letter to YUVA from…a Mauritian Expat!”
Being a member at YUVA is the greatest discovery of knowing the capacity of my youth. Mr. Krishna Athal and Mr. Jovani Rose are one of the best mentors and inspirators who make me realise about my capability and skills which I possess in myself. Continue reading “Humaïraa Emmambux–Sowdayer: My Take on Clothes Distribution at Longère Tole”
Basically, it is said that life in a village is not as fast as it in the city. It is most peaceful, calm and quiet. Today, being a volunteer of the social group YUVA, I have got the opportunity to visit a village at Tombeau Bay, in the west part of Mauritius.
Despite being a Mauritian, it is the first time that I have seen the other facet of the society where people are living below the poverty line. This experience shocked me and really touched my heart. It is said that a human has several needs to satisfy and one of the basic human need is clothes. Continue reading “Sachin Bhagirath: My Experience of Clothes Distribution at Longère Tole”
On 10 December 2017, YUVA proceeded with the distribution of clothes to around 68 families at Longere Toler/Blanc, Baie du Tombeau. Although we are in 2017, I came to realise that there are still people who are living in deplorable conditions in our paradise island.
Along with Mrs Veronique who works for YUVA Baie du Tombeau, we, YUVANs, went door-to-door to meet these families and distribute clothes to them. Each and every home in Longere Tole is extremely small and crowded. As I was distributing the clothes around, I had the opportunity to peek into the houses and saw some tiny rooms with up to six people living inside. Continue reading “Chelvin Ramsamy: My Experience of Clothes Distribution at Longère Tole”