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Objectives: To empower the young leaders of JCI Mauritius who serve on the National and Local Board of 2016 in order to provide them with the tools, support and materials needed to improve their leadership skills and knowledge to fulfill their respective role in their local organization. Overview: The 2016 JCI Mauritius Local and National

JCI City Plus organised its first training ‘Empowering Young Leaders’ on Saturday 31st January 2015 from 9am to 2pm. The main aim was to empower project leaders with the essential and right tools to fulfill their role in their local organisation and to lead a successful JCI career. The training consisted of 3 parts 1.

Back to School Project

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This year, JCI City Plus has initiated a new project ‘Back to School’ which aims at helping students who are in need to get access to education. The project is in line with the United Nations Millennium Development Goal 2 (Achieve Universal Primary Education). On the 24 January 2015, JCI City Plus kicked off its

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Do You Remember JCI City Plus Beach Olympics in 2009; 2010; or 2011???…..Am sure you will not forget the 2014 edition either held on the 10th of May at the Mont Choisy Beach Soccer Ground. JCI Members, Aspiring Members and Guests grouped in three different teams were off their feet, and fully engaged in the fun

Public speaking is a critical skill for leaders to motivate others toward positive change. During the 2014 JCI Mauritius Public Speaking Championship, the participants faced the challenge of expressing creative ideas in a clear and captivating manner. The championship offered the participants a unique opportunity to exercise and showcase their abilities and to share ideas

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]The JCI City Plus team, proud winners of the 2014 JCI Mauritius Debate Championship, was composed of: Daya Auckloo (Team Captain) Cristelle Parsooramen (1st Speaker) Ashish Padaruth (2nd Speaker) Chimène Dacruz (Time Keeper) [/vc_column_text][TS-VCSC-Lightbox-Gallery content_images=”648,649″ content_style=”grid” data_grid_breaks=”240,480,720,960″ data_grid_space=”2″ data_grid_order=”false” lightbox_pageload=”false” thumbnail_position=”bottom” thumbnail_height=”100″ lightbox_effect=”random” lightbox_autoplay=”false” lightbox_speed=”5000″ lightbox_backlight=”custom” lightbox_backlight_color=”#0392d0″ lightbox_social=”true” margin_top=”0″ margin_bottom=”0″][/TS-VCSC-Lightbox-Gallery][/vc_column][/vc_row]

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Violence against women is a rampant issue in Mauritius. Official data provided indicates that there were a total of 14,126 cases of violence against women reported in the year 2009. Among these figures include 745 cases of physical assault by a spouse or partner against women and 815 cases of verbal assault (ill-treatment, harassment, abuse,

The Bingo Night held on the 8th of March 2014 was the first fundraising project of JCI City Plus. A successful event that gathered families and friends for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. The luckiest got back home with the gifts that they received during the game. A pleasant night that ends up

Nowadays, back covers of copybooks are mostly used to brand products. However, to follow the line of thought of yesteryears where basic mathematical formulations and tables were printed on back covers of copybooks to help and assist children in their learning process, our very first initiative was to pass on messages in relation to health

Entrepreneurs make a difference. They not only have great ideas, but also the drive to make them a reality. They use their fresh thinking and hard work to create positive social change – bringing new concepts and products to market, and creating jobs and wealth. As mentioned in the 2014-2018 JCI Strategic Plan “Similar to

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