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Environmental education for school children, Madagascar
Ari Ramilimanitra
School children learn about how their actions impact the environment through implementing activities to clean-up their school... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!


Helping to create more employment through local investment, Seychelles
Sabrina Marie
Our aim is that at the end of the training programme, the participants are qualified and are guaranteed a job placement. They will be awarded a certificate of participation and we hope that what they have learnt in the session, workshop and debate is put into practice... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!


Kwéyòl Exchange Program, Dominica-Seychelles
Jahisiah Benoit
Jahisiah travelled to Seychelles to experience their Creole festivities. The aim of the Exchange Program is to learn from each other's initiatives to enrich Kwéyòl (Creole) activities back home... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!


HIV/AIDS Awareness for School Going Youth, Zanzibar
Ameir M. Ussi
The goal is to raise awareness amongst teachers and students about the issue of HIV/AIDS especially in the area of infection/transmission, effects and stigmatization and discrimination... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!


HIV/AIDS Awareness Workshop, Mauritius
Qadir Mahamoodally
A 3-day residential workshop is being organised for youth leaders from different regions of Mauritius to discuss HIV/AIDS, to create awareness among Mauritian youth and to plan follow-up activities...


Recreational Day for Disabled Youth, Mauritius
Qadir Mahamoodally
Often disabled young people do not feel included in society. The activities planned as part of this project seek to bring together a diverse group of young people to help integrate disabled youth into society in a festive environment... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!


Young People Against HIV/AIDS, Cape Verde
Lourenšo Andrade
There is a need to raise the awareness of young people about the dangers of HIV/AIDS. We decided that a good way of doing this would be to share information in the context of playing sports that the youth enjoy... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!


Project Joy - Chinese New Year, Singapore
Geraldine Ong
Student volunteers will prepare a steamboat feast for 105 disadvantaged elderly persons to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. One of the project's objectives is to bridge the generation gap by promoting interaction between the young of today and our elders... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!










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