In the context of the World Mental Health Day Celebration and the Promotion of the African Charter to the Human Rights of Persons with Disabilities, held on the 10th of October, the Edycs Epilepsy Group organised the official launching of the Edycs ARADI Advocacy Group. YUVA, along with many other member organisations, were presented with membership awards, in the presence Mr Daniel Eric Clive Laurent, Lord Mayor of Port Louis; Mr Paramasiva Chengan, president of MACOSS; Mr Youssouf Noormamode, president of Edycs Epilepsy Group; and other NGOs at the Municipality of Port Louis. Continue reading “Official Launching of Edycs ARADI Advocacy Group”
As from today, the YUVA Academy is participating in a three-day Regional Civic Education Conference at Pretoria, South Africa. The Conference aims to together Civic Education practitioners, CSOs, State actors and other relevant stakeholders from the SADC region to deliberate on the current state of the civic engagement, and create a better platform to share best practices and lessons learnt. Continue reading “YUVA Academy at Regional Civic Education Conference, Pretoria”
Today YUVA participated in the Community Learning and Engagement (CLEn) and NGO Fair 2018 at the University of Technology, Mauritius to recruit students as Interns.
The Community Learning and Engagement (CLEn 1000) is a new and innovative credit-based mandatory component which has been introduced in The School of Business Management and Finance (SBMF) undergraduate programmes following the 2015 major review process. Continue reading “YUVA at ‘CLEn & NGO Fair 2018’ of University of Technology, Mauritius”
YUVA and AIESEC Reduit (Mauritius) have signed a partnership agreement to outline the cooperation between the two organisations in regard to the social project Extricate Minds, which is aligned to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) number 3.
The social project is a practical working and learning experience for the Exchange Participant to become self-aware, solution driven, responsible for the world and to be able to empower others in a foreign cultural environment. Continue reading “YUVA and AIESEC Partner on Mental Health Project”
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”
YUVA’s international partner Ashinaga has an opportunity, which could be of interest to some of our Mauritian youth, the details of which are below:
The Ashinaga Africa Initiative is a fully funded academic leadership program that aims to provide high potential orphaned students from across Sub Saharan Africa with access to higher education in Japan, the U.S.A. and Europe. Ashinaga’s vision is that after graduating from university abroad, its scholars will return to Sub Saharan Africa to become leaders and empower others.