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

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Objective: The objectives of the project are highlighted below : A.To raise awareness among the general population on Rain Water Harvesting and its positive impact on rivers ecosystem. B.To encourages people to understand the importance of using rain water harvest tanks. C. Implementation of rain water tanks in schools. Overview: The Rain Water Harvest project

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Objective: The main objective of Personal Skills Development Programs is to help JCI members to become aware of their skills and/or enhance existing skills. Opportunities through the various types of trainings delivered enable members to be better equipped to become young active citizens working to create positive change.  JCI City Plus Art and Training Academy

2012 JCI City Plus Art Mela

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The Art Mela activity regrouped 100 handicapped children for various charitable institutions for a drawing and painting competition. It was a fun activity where no theme was kept for the drawings and paintings. The institutions invited were APEIM Port Louis and Signal Mountain, CEDEM, SOS Village Bambous and Beau-Bassin. As part of the program, other

Following the success of the first ATA 1, a second Art and Training Academy (ATA) II – Residential workshop under the theme “ Success wihin Reach” was organised on the 22nd and 23rd September at Domaine de L’Arbre du Voyageur, Mare Longue and designed to help participants to exploit their potentials. The objective of the