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YUVA donates 251 boxes of new & used clothes to 24 NGOs for them to organise events

YUVA is committed to bettering the lives of all Mauritians, more importantly of most vulnerable citizens including children and young people.

However, YUVA believes that to attain the organisation’s vision we need to have collaborative actions. A pioneering step in its own, YUVA has donated, in the last one month, 251 boxes of new and used cloth items to NGOs around the island with the intent to support the NGOs in organising Christmas and New Year events for their beneficiaries.

NGOs, which have benefitted from the clothes donation from YUVA are as follows:

No.Name of Organisations
1EDYCS – Epilepsy Group
3Batisseur de Paix
4APEIM – Association of Parents of Inadapted Children in Mauritius
5Light of Hope
6SOS Femmes
7 Lovebridge
8 ARISE – Act to Rise for Innovation in Special Education
9 Forces Vives de Baie-du-Tombeau
10 Caritas (Roche Bois) 
12Lacaze Lespwar Caritas (Solitude)
13Rotaract Flacq
14Caritas Casis
15APPEL – Association Pour Personnes en Larmes
16Vent d’un Reve
17APRIM – Association des Parents pour la Réhabilitation d’Infirmes Moteurs
18AFED – Association pour l’accueil des femmes et des enfants en difficulté
19Al Hudaibiyah Vallee Pitot
20Mouvement Bien Etre Maingard Community Centre
22Eglise Chretienne
23Force Vivre Arsenal
24Vivre Debout

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Registered in February 2015, YUVA started as a group of enthusiastic individuals, and today it has mobilised thousands of young people with a simple aim of creating a better future for children and youth of Mauritius. At the heart of YUVA’s duty lies the conviction that the collective destinies of the human race are bound together.

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