Are you familiar with the legislation of CSR in Mauritius? If so, you know that Mauritius companies must contribute 2% of their after-tax profits towards NGOs. While this is a commendable initiative for businesses to display social responsibility and do good within the local community, there is one significant misconception people make about this law – they think it’s just another way for companies to get out of taxes.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) mandates can burden some business operations if improperly executed. This blog post will dive deeper into the complexities of corporate CSR standards in Mauritius and how essential it is for today’s businesses to align with government regulations when engaging in socially responsible activities.
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You’ve heard of internships abroad for a chance to strengthen your resume and experience the culture, but have you ever considered taking an internship in Mauritius?
This small island nation is known for its pristine beaches, bustling cities and unique experiences – so what better way to spend part of your chancing career pathway than getting properly exposed to a new world by immersing yourself in the country’s culture? Through an internship here, you can explore a different lifestyle along with sharpening your professional skills. Now let’s take a closer look at what specifically makes Mauritian internships special!
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Social work in Mauritius is often under-resourced and inadequate, leading to many underserved communities that lack basic services such as mental health care and social welfare. How can we improve access and quality of social work in Mauritius?
Social work is an essential part of our society. As we increasingly rely on each other for support in times of need, accessing the proper resources when necessary can be challenging. Therefore, if we want to ensure a better quality of life for citizens in Mauritius, improving access to and quality of social work services must become a priority.
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In this blog post, we will explore each sin in-depth and discuss ways for NGOs in Mauritius (and beyond) to ensure compliance and ethical behaviour when carrying out their mission. So, keep reading if you want your organisation’s impact projects to run smoothly, no matter what!
For an NGO to truly make a difference, it must function according to best practices and constantly remain vigilant against common mistakes. Every nation has its own unique set of circumstances that can lead NGOs astray. Still, in Mauritius, there are six sins which should be especially avoided if organisations wish to see positive change: inadequate consultation with local populations, reliance on external stakeholders without proper accounting systems, lack of detailed project plans and budgets, failure to adhere fully to donor requirements or regulations; poor communication strategies with authorities or between members of the organisation itself; and overlooking financial management guidelines.
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Are you looking for a way to make a better life for yourself while also having the opportunity to explore an exotic island? Life coaching in Mauritius may be just what you are searching for!
This vibrant and culturally rich nation is one of the best places in the world for professionals, offering unparalleled career opportunities. But with all this potential comes responsibility, stress and everyday worries that can get in the way of achieving your dreams. That’s why having a life coach working alongside you as a mentor and guide during this critical time of self-growth and development pays off. Their wisdom and insights into personal dynamics can help you tailor choices that will put you on track towards your goals while bringing balance back into your life. Find out more about how life coaching services in Mauritius could benefit you!
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Mumbai is home to life coaches who specialise in helping individuals navigate life’s complexities and reach their goals. Life Coaching in Mumbai helps clients identify their life goals, create action plans, and stay on track with the life changes they want to make.
Are you in the throes of searching for a way to make your life more organised, productive and meaningful? You’re not alone. Life coaching has become increasingly popular over the years as a way to bring clarity and structure into people’s lives so that they can move forward with purpose and thrive in all aspects of their life. If you are looking for an experienced coach who specialises in helping individuals reach their full potential, consider exploring life coaching options in Mumbai.
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As I reflect on Mauritius’s hard-earned journey to freedom and sovereignty on Independence and Republic Day 2023, my heart is filled with pride and gratitude. Having been born in a nation that was once under colonial rule, it’s incredible how far we’ve come since then—today, we are an independent country with vibrant culture and values of endearment. Over time, Mauritius has grown through reconciliation, courage, empathy, and love for one another. Today marks yet another milestone in our nation’s history as it celebrates 55 years of freedom from colonisation, which we all should share joyously!
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As two neighbouring countries in the Indian Ocean, Mauritius and India have much to learn from one another. Here’s a look at five key lessons Mauritius should learn from India – the world’s largest democracy and top emerging economy.
While there are vast differences between their histories and economies, both countries can take inspiration from each other’s strengths for mutual benefit. By understanding what works best for India – which has decades of experience as a global power – Mauritians can bring innovative developments back home for our own country’s growth! From embracing diversity and developing digital infrastructure to establishing more female-friendly policies, these are all areas of vital importance where we can gain insights from our neighbour across the sea.
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Mauritius is beautiful all over the year. Still, there is something different every month and season that you must consider before making your trip final. This article tells you about the best time to visit Mauritius.
Mauritius is an island nation located in the southern Indian Ocean. It has a tropical climate and is mostly sunny. The perfect weather makes Mauritius a desired tourist spot and attracts tourists from all over the world.
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Climate change in Mauritius is alarming – temperatures and sea levels are rising faster than global averages. The country is also facing accelerated coastal erosion and coral bleaching.
Climate change means a change in the usual weather of the place. Island nations are most vulnerable to climate change, and Mauritius is no exception. The island nations have relatively small land masses and exposure to extreme weather, which increases the sea level. Climate Change is a threat to the existence of many island nations.
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You must be knowing Mauritius for its nature and white beaches, but if you explore a little more, you will find the best hiking trails in Mauritius.
It’s enough lazing on beaches and enjoying Sega; go for a hike now! With high mountain peaks, grassy plains, flowing rivers, and water flows, hiking in Mauritius is a wholesome experience.
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90% of the population of Mauritius speaks the Mauritian Creole language. Have you heard of this language before? Let’s tell you five interesting things about this language.
It is strange but true that Mauritius has no official language. Mauritius’s Constitution states, “The official language of Mauritius shall be English, but any member may address the chair in French.” This implies that both English and French are the official languages of Mauritius. However, 90% of the population of Mauritius speaks Mauritian Creole, which is French-based Creole.
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Whether you are shy or social, exhausted or fresh, love to dance or not, you could not stop your feet from moving on the beat while watching the Mauritian Sega dance.
Sega is the musical way of expressing the joy and liveliness of Mauritians today, but it was initially discovered to express pain by enslaved Africans in Mauritius. The Discovery of Sega is another ancient story that involves Britishers enslaving people for their benefit.
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Are you visiting Mauritius soon? Make sure to don’t miss out on these foods because if you do, you’ll be guilty until your next trip to Mauritius.
Mauritius is loved for its islands and white beaches. There is one more fascinating thing about Mauritius apart from its beauty that lies in its islands, beaches, culture, and climate. It is food.
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The provisions of the Registration of Associations Act govern the registration of an Association in Mauritius. This article provides details on how to register an NGO in Mauritius.
NGO stands for non-governmental organisation. While there is no universally agreed-upon definition of an NGO, it is typically a voluntary group or institution with a social mission that operates independently from the government. NGOs or similar organisations exist in all parts of the world. What is considered an NGO in one country may not qualify as an NGO in another, as legal definitions, permitted activities, monitoring, and oversight differ from country to country. The term can encompass many types of organisations.
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