700 Senior Citizens Served Food by YUVA at Petit Raffray

In the context of National Day 2017, YUVA, in close collaboration with the Petit Raffray Social Welfare Centre, organised a get together for senior citizens of the village.

Apart from a cultural show, the 700 attendees were served lunch.

 

YUVA Launched First Event at Petit Raffray to Battle Unemployment

YUVA, in close collaboration with the Human Resource Development Council (HRDC), organised a first event at Petit Raffray Social Welfare Centre yesterday morning.

This event is in-line with YUVA’s goal to reduce unemployment among young people in Mauritius.

At the event yesterday, around 200 unemployed young people of the Riviere Du Rempart District registered for the National Skills Development Programme for training in technical skills that are in high demand. The youngsters’ education level varied from form III to HSC.

The professional courses being offered to the young people are in different sectors, mainly Tourism & Hospitality, Construction, ICT and Nursing. The duration of the courses may vary from 6-12 months.

Apart from getting a free professional course, every participant would also be receiving a monthly stipend of Rs 6,000.

We at YUVA are proud to bring our brick to contribute in reducing unemployment in Mauritius.

YUVA President Krishna Athal said in his speech yesterday, “Reducing unemployment should be a top priority for every NGO in Mauritius nowadays. If our youngsters can’t secure a better future, they will frustrate and get involved into outlaws. After this first event, YUVA will organise a similar gathering at Lallmatie next month, and this will continue until we cover all the 9 districts of the country.”

Total of 14,821 Cloth Items Distributed at Baie Du Tombeau in 3 Months

YUVA conducted its last clothes distribution campaign today at Longere Tole, Baie Du Tombeau with a total of 14,821 cloth items distributed at the destination for the last 3 months.

YUVA is determined to work towards helping needy families come out of poverty and to live a life where the basics are at least meant.

YUVA had launched its anti-poverty mission by collecting new and used clothes from individuals, civic and corporate organisations, then distributing those clothes to poor and disadvantaged people.

No Povery Goal: 75 Needy Families of Cité EDC, Pamplemousses Receive Clothes

Today morning, YUVANs distributed clothes to 75 needy families of Cité E.D.C., Pamplemousses.

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3 weeks left in 2016. Get out of the house. Check on people. Lot of people are going through silent pains.

YUVA has launched its anti-poverty mission by collecting new and used clothes from individuals, civic and corporate organisations, then distributing those clothes to poor and disadvantaged people.

We’re happy to announce that today’s event was also successful, as earlier. Thanks to all for their support and dedication to conduct this program, even in their busy schedule.

Volunteers are most welcome; contact us on 57086868.

No Poverty Goal: 65 Needy Families Receive Clothes at Impasse Rouillard, Baie Du Tombeau

Today, Sunday 4 December 2016, YUVA has distributed clothes to 65 needy families of Impasse Rouillard, Baie Du Tombeau. 

What a nice feeling to contribute a little time for the distribution of clothes to needy families this morning.

YUVA has launched its anti-poverty mission by collecting new and used clothes from individuals, civic and corporate organisations, then distributing those clothes to poor and disadvantaged people.

We’re happy to announce that today’s event was also successful, as earlier. Thanks to all for their support and dedication to conduct this program, even in their busy schedule.

Volunteers are most welcome; contact us on 57086868.

No Poverty Goal: 75 Needy Families Receive Clothes at Baie Du Tombeau

Today, Sunday 27 November 2016, YUVA has distributed clothes to 75 needy families of Longere Tole, Baie Du Tombeau. 

YUVA has launched its anti-poverty mission by collecting new and used clothes from individuals, civic and corporate organisations, then distributing those clothes to poor and disadvantaged people.

Several collecting points were established to receive clothes, including at Bagatelle Mall, La Croisette and Baie Du Tombeau’s Simla Way.

YUVA has a bold commitment to finish what it started, and end poverty in all forms and dimensions. This involves targeting the most vulnerable, increasing access to basic resources and services, and supporting affected communities.

Lots of people are going through pains. Silent struggles. Check on people once in a while. Ask if they’re okay. Help them. You might save some lives.

If you have clothes taking up space in your closet, why not donate them to YUVA? No matter which charity you choose, your unused clothes will do more good in a donation bin than sitting in your closet. Call on 57086868.