‘La Foyer Mon Seigneur Leen’, YUVA staffs and cohort 1 of YUVA Academy are joining together on Sunday 17th of February 2019 for the celebration of the 51st Independence Day of Mauritius. This event shall be beneficial to more than twenty needy children.
For the celebration of the 51st Independence Day of Mauritius, extracurricular activities are being organized for more than twenty vulnerable and needy children residing in a shelter called ‘La Foyer Mon Seigneur Leen’ situated in the vicinity of Rose Hill. Volunteers from the staff of YUVA and students of cohort 1 of YUVA Academy Leadership for Social Change programme will participate in the event. Beneficiaries from the shelter are set to receive gifts of healthy food and drinks. Many other activities such as drawing competition, Quiz and so forth are being organised.
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Did you know that the average annual Valentine’s Day spending is $13.19 billion? That’s a lot! But what if on this Valentine’s Day 2019, we give a gift with some thoughts behind it?
Your contribution will be used to provide needy children with school materials and supplies, uniforms, shoes and as well as extra classes for them to catch up with their studies.
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YUVA works with children living under the poverty threshold. We have launched a national tombola campaign, mainly being circulated in secondary schools, corporate and public organisations, and NGOs.
The funds raised through this tombola are going to be used to assist our children with a variety of critical educational needs.
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Thank you to the students of Le Bocage International School for having donated school materials and supplies as part of their CAS Project to YUVA for beneficiaries – children and young people living under the poverty threshold. Continue reading “Le Bocage International School donates school materials to YUVA”
Today we are leaving in an era where the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. According to the world statistics report, over three billions people live less than $2.50 a day and at least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day. Moreover, more than 80% of the world population lives in countries where income differentials are widening. Continue reading “Divesh Gokool: Poverty at Large in Mauritius”
3 years ago, I won the first prize in a national competition on ‘how human rights affect my everyday life’. Proud of the facilities that I enjoyed as a citizen of this world, I found that Human Rights is the basic of all rights as a human take birth on earth, all Human Rights are attached to him or her at that particular moment. Rights such as primarily; Right to Live which when infringed falls under the laws of criminals. Continue reading “Poojha Bissoon: Between Hope and Disillusion at Longère Tole”