PORT LOUIS – YUVA Mauritius is excited to announce the commencement of its groundbreaking project, “STEM Education for Disadvantaged Kids to Increase the Representation of Young Girls in the Scientific Field.” Thanks to generous funding from the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI), this initiative aims to bridge the gender gap in the field of science and technology by empowering 368 young girls in Mauritius with robotics skills. The project officially began on 25 August 2023 and is set to conclude on 29 February 2024.Continue reading “YUVA Mauritius Empowers Disadvantaged Girls in STEM Education with Support from the CFLI”
To extend your warm wishes beyond friends and family, let’s look at NGOs you can support working tirelessly to fulfil their mission: bringing light into people’s lives.
As the sun sets on Diwali, it’s a time to reflect, rejoice and renew our spirit. This special occasion celebrates the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil. Watching colourful fireworks sparkle in the night sky is only part of this wonderful milestone in Indian culture; there’s also a sense that we should all give back to those less fortunate than us.Continue reading “NGOs You Can Support to Spread Light and Hope on Diwali”
Sajida Jomeer, a remarkable Grade 10 student hailing from Loretto College Port Louis, has achieved a remarkable feat by securing a coveted spot in YUVA’s Robotics Team Mauritius. The team is all set to participate in the prestigious Robotics Olympics – FIRST Global 2023, hosted in Singapore.
Sajida Jomeer’s exceptional passion for robotics and innovation has been recognised by YUVA. Sajida’s journey from Loretto College to the international stage of the FIRST Global 2023 event stands as a testament to her dedication and determination.Continue reading “Loretto College Port Louis Student, Sajida Jomeer, Joins YUVA’s Robotics Team Mauritius for FIRST Global 2023”
As we near International Youth Day 2023 on 12 August, it is essential to become mindful of this year’s theme – “Green Skills for Youth: Towards a Sustainable World”. This theme puts emphasis on the impact up-and-coming generations can have when it comes to sustainability and protecting our environment.
This day encourages young people worldwide to develop skills to help be part of sustainable actions to protect our planet and build brighter futures for themselves.Continue reading “Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About International Youth Day 2023”
YUVA Mauritius is delighted to announce its pivotal role in training and sponsoring Team Mauritius for the upcoming Robotics Olympics 2023.
The event, organised by FIRST Global, will bring together teams from 162 countries in a captivating showcase of technological innovation and collaboration. The competition is scheduled to take place in Singapore this October.Continue reading “Team Mauritius Ready for Robotics Olympics 2023 in Singapore”
We all have a part to play in ensuring our children have bright and prosperous futures. Understanding the power of this knowledge, many NGOs in Mauritius are dedicating their efforts towards bettering the lives of children from all walks of life and advocating for greater opportunities.
In this article, we’ve compiled a list of 5 outstanding organisations that continue to give back to society by fighting child poverty, providing educational programs and more. From literacy training initiatives to helping kids realise their potential – these top 5 NGOs in Mauritius are undoubtedly making an incredible difference in empowering youth around the island nation!Continue reading “Top 5 NGOs in Mauritius Working for Children”
Last Wednesday, a transformative event unfolded in the heart of Port Louis as the YUVA Academy orchestrated an engaging and insightful leadership workshop for the dedicated staff members of the EDYCS organisation.
The session was more than just a routine training; it was a dynamic experience that aimed to enhance leadership skills, foster teamwork, and ignite a passion for personal and professional growth.Continue reading “YUVA Academy’s Impactful Workshop at Port Louis for EDYCS Staff Members”