anAngel is launching a mentoring program to help NGOs become autonomous and sustainable in their operations.
The Mentoring Program proposed gives the chance to build a strong relationship between NGOs and professionals, providing advice and support in different projects and initiatives, including the vision the goals of that NGO. This will also improve the day-to-day operations of the NGOs as well as increase efficiency, thereby offering a better service to the Mauritian community. The following categories are proposed:
1. Human Resource
3. Impact Measurement
6. Legal Matters
8. Project Management
9. Event Planning
10. Social Media Marketing
and many more; as per your needs.
Hence, we invite you to join the campaign by clicking on ‘‘I’m In’’ and fill in the request form to indicate in which field you need help and whether you want to be mentored.
You can add any additional categories you wish to obtain as mentorship.
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The NGOs are here to help you. Feel free to contact the NGO of your choice.
By way of introduction, we form part of a group of worldwide volunteers involved in social and humanitarian activities. Our primary responsibility is to promote peace as it lies in the hands of each individual to lift each other up.
The Peace Education Program is a video based highly interactive 10 sessions course based on the talks of international humanitarian and author Prem Rawat .
The PEACE EDUCATION PROGRAMME is offered FREE OF COST to your Organisation.
It is non-religious and non-political.
During this COVID crisis, the programme have been introduced via zoom in over 100 countries and in different languages. They have been very
L'ONG SAFIRE recherche des stagiaires et des bénévoles tout au long de l’année pour nous aider lors de la préparation d’événements, l’encadrement des activités/sorties ou pour certaines tâches administratives.
Si vous êtes disponibles et souhaitez aider l'ONG, laissez un message dans la section chat en mentionnant votre intéret pour aider et un numéro de contact : 433 43 71read more
Giving is not just about make a donation, it's about making a difference!
Donations are the lifeblood of nonprofits and charities. But it's not only cash donations that matter — in-kind donations play a major role.
Non-monetary donations to a nonprofit are called in-kind contributions.
1. It allows NGOs to acquire things that they need without eating into their operational budget.
2. Donations like medical supplies or food are helpful in times of crisis.
3. In-kind donations are often physical items that would otherwise end up in a landfill.
NGOs have the opportunity to reuse, upcycle, or give away these items to those in need.
However you should evaluate the effectiveness of the items or service you are donating.
How to donate:
1. Participate in the campaign: #Inkinddonation: Donate and help someone in need
2. Put the items you wish to donate and your contact details in the chat section
3. NGOs who wishes to collect your donation will get into contact with you.
BeanAngel and Do good, one action at a time!read more
#lazwa"A HappyDay" - Let us take a conscious decision to be happy and to make others happy : )
"A Happy Day"
The year 2021/2022 completely turned upside down our well-being and happiness with the global pandemic, rise in unemployment (21%), Covid 19 pandemic , amongst all the usual life challenges. The results have shown a surge in domestic violence, admission to mental health centres, increased alcohol and drug abuse, behavioral disorders in children, and the list goes on.
We can do something to change that.
Join us for the #lazwa"A HappyDay", campaign for a happier, healthier and positive Mauritius.
It is a day when we take a conscious decision of being happy and making others happy.
It is set for the 27 March 2022.
We all deserve unforgettable moments of happiness and joy in our lives. It is no secret that a happy individual will foster a happy family and community.
"A Happy Day" aims at starting a happiness movement to give a smile to the entire Mauritian population.
Share your photos on social media with #lazwa, #hppy, #ahappyday #anangel to spread happiness.
And don't forget to send us a special one by validating this campaign. We want to know what makes you happy.
Collect your points (KMA) to go up the leaderboard and earn badges, or use them to our upcoming lucky draws to win,
Check the announcements and please use the group chat.
Prenons la décision consciente d'être heureux et de rendre les autres heureux :)
"A Happy Day"
Puisqu'il existe autant de façons de vivre un deuil qu'il y a d'individus endeuillés, il est évident que tous les parents ne vivent pas avant les mêmes émotions en même temps ni avec la même intensité. Afin de vivre leur peine, certains parents cherchent à s'isoler au début du deuil. D'autres ont besoin de parler de l'enfant décédé afin de réaffirmer que celui-ci a réellement existé. Certains cherchent à comprendre et à expliquer la mort de l'enfant.
De ce fait, le Mouvement Parti trop tôt fait appel à des psychologues pour offrir des séances spécialisées aux parents dont les enfants sont partis trop tôt pour cause de suicide, de drogue ou de problèmes médicaux.
Le Mouvement comporte environ 20 familles. Nous aurons aussi besoin d'un lieu de réunion pour la session où les parents se sentent en sécurité et libres de s 'exprimer.
Rejoignez la campagne pour offrir votre service et aider ces parents.
L’ONG PEDOSTOP offre gratuitement des séances de sensibilisation sur les abus sexuels sur les enfants.
Veuillez contacter le secrétariat de PEDOSTOP pour nous faire part de vos demandes et proposer des dates.
1. Donner des outils aux personnels pour comprendre ce qu’est l’abus de l'enfant, les aspects légaux, les signes et conséquences psychologiques.
2. Quoi faire et ne pas faire.
3. Conseils à la famille et éléments de premier secours psychologiques aux victimes.
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Every day we consume more energy than we actually think. Many products and appliances that we use lead to inefficiency, energy waste, and cause other negative impacts for our environment and ourselves. This is why we need to apply energy-efficiency in our daily routine.
Energy-efficiency: what does it mean?
The word ‘efficiency’ refers to using less input to achieve the same results. Energy efficiency refers to using less energy to get the same level of service, and in the process, cutting energy bills and reducing pollution. Simply put, it means eliminating energy waste without compromising the output being consumed. For example, using natural light instead of incandescent bulbs to attain the same level of illumination.
Why should we save energy?
Energy efficiency is one of the easiest ways to eliminate energy waste and lower energy costs. It is also one of the most cost-effective ways to combat climate change, help families meet their budgets, and help businesses improve their bottom lines. Saving energy also contributes to purify the air we breathe. Consequently, we are free from developing health complications related to bad-air such as asthma attacks, premature deaths, bronchitis, and cancer.
Interested to become more energy-efficient?
- Click on ‘I’m in’ below to join & participate in this campaign.
What to do after confirming your participation?
– Accomplish any tasks by implementing any of the tips mentioned in the deed "Become Energy Efficient TODAY!" in your daily-life. After doing so, go on your ‘dashboard’, scroll down and you will see ‘deeds’ which shows all the campaigns you have participated in. Select the ‘Energy Efficiency’ campaign, and click on ‘validate’. This notifies us that you have completed your deed for today. Then, you will be rewarded points (kmA) which can later be exchanged for items in our E-shop.
Note: you can participate in this campaign everyday (until its deadline) by logging-in on our platform and validating your deed daily as soon as you complete the tasks, so you can collect more kmAs for yourself! Thank you for participating!
How to cancel your participation?
Simply go to ‘Campaigns’ tab, click on search to find the campaign, then scroll down to see option ‘Out-out’ to leave the campaign.read more
Blankets may seem like simple items to many of us. But for many people around the island, a warm blanket is simply more than they can afford. Millions of day laborers, displaced families, rural villagers, homeless individuals, and others dread the cold months. Even in normal circumstances, many of them can hardly afford to provide food and other necessities. Winter adds even more expense.
We are receiving an increasing number of requests for warm blankets in the various areas around the island. Our supply does not meet the huge budget.
In cold climate areas, our contacts report that blankets can mean the difference between life or death for impoverished people like day laborers or the homeless. “Their houses, Iron sheet, and wood have no heating systems, and water run under their feet and inside their house during raining as they don't have a concrete floor,” they shared.
Wintertime brings misery for Jean,* a father. Heavy rain and Cyclone Jean and his family from their hometown to a damp, concrete room. With his calloused hands raised and tears choking his voice, Jean told our contacts, “I stand daily in the square of the village, waiting for someone to ask me to do any kind of work. . . . all I care about is bringing food to my family.”
Life becomes even more difficult for the family during winters. Without a stove or warm clothes, Jean’s three children huddle under one worn blanket to keep warm.
When Jean and his family received warm clothes and provisions from us after the cyclone, his wife’s grateful words touched our contacts’ hearts. “No one has thought of us before,” she said. “May God protect you as you have protected my children from the cold and brought warmth and dry to their bodies and hearts.” Christine’s nine-year-old daughter exclaimed, “I just can’t believe I will get some new and dry clothes today with this good food.”
our goal is to provide 500 blankets for impoverished people this winter. If you would like to help, your support will be a blessing and show God’s compassion. One beneficiary said, “I am unable to buy even a single blanket this winter season. But the believers were concerned for us and gave us this blanket. May God bless you.”
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The Association Pour les Handicapés De Malherbes is a non-governmental organization (NGO) which exists since 2006. The association runs a specialised education School which was established in 2007 and a Specialised Shelter for abandoned children in 2013.
The beneficiaries are in need of additional wheel chairs to help them move easily.
Please donate unused or unutilised wheel chair to uplift the life of our students.
If you want to help the NGO, please leave a message in the chat section stating your interest to help and a contact number.
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Join the campaign.
Deliver any seeds or plants you can offer to the "Southern Handicapped Association".
We shall provide these to our students and initiate them towards plantation.
This campaign is essential as it helps empower children with disabilities as they acquire plantation skills which can help them earn a living in the future.
We are calling for NGOs to participate in a show by the Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation MBC, to promote their organisation and their work in society.
The interview questions are as follows;
1.Present your NGO - functions and objectives.
2.Who are you and when did you join the NGO - the reason why you created such an NGO
3.What is the situation on the field
4.What is the problem and how can people help
5.Who are your sponsors whom you wish to thanks
6.Your appeal to the population
7. Vote of thanks
Kindly join this campaign to participate and state in the CHAT section your details:
1. Organisation name
2. Full name and title of the person attending.
Note: The participant must be fluent in creole with social background only. The interview is held every Wednesday from 12:45 to 13:30.
Record your voice reading books and other materials to help blind children learn and grow their knowledge via listening.
Record you voice reading any educational material (books, short stories, health and environmental news, interesting facts etc) for children.
Note: You may record your voice at home and it to us on email@example.com OR call us on 466 4421to make a visit and record in our studio at Jacques Cantin Talking Books Association, 101, Colonel Manigard Street, Louis Lagess Centre, Grand Port District, Beau Bassin-Rose Hill.
Please ensure when recording at home that there is no background noises.
How to participate?
Click on I'm In to join. After participating (recording), click on DEEDS, scroll down to In-Progress, and click on SUBMIT to send us your evidence and we shall validate them for you to redeem your km points.read more
Make birthday cards for homeless kids to make their special day memorable!
Create two birthday cards (1 boy, 1 girl) at home and send it to us via post on the following address : 11 Av. Des Capucines, Quatre Bornes.
Note: Leave 2 blank spaces for us to add the kids' name and age.
How to participate?
Click on I'm In to join. After participating (creating cards), take a picture of it, then click on DEEDS, scroll down to In-Progress, and click on SUBMIT to send us your evidence and we shall validate them for you to redeem your kma points.
Thank you for participating!
Donate any food items to people to support people with epilepsy living in poor and vulnerable situations after the Covid-19.
Deadline: 31 July 2022
Drop off location: EDYCS Epilepsy Health Service Center, 442 Boulevard Rivaltz, Port Louis.
OR call us on 208 19 04 to collect item pick-ups.
For thanks letters, WhatsApp us your contact details on 57905 144.
How to participate?
Click on I'm In to join. After participating (donating) take a picture /video of it, then click on DEEDS, scroll down to In-Progress, and click on SUBMIT to send us your evidence and we shall validate them for you to redeem your kma points.
Thank you for participating!
Offer literacy lessons to children. Teach them how to read, write, speak and listen.
How to participate?
Click on I'm In to join. Then add your contact details in the campaign chat box. After participating, take a picture/video, then click on DEEDS, scroll down to In-Progress, and click on SUBMIT to send us your evidence and we shall validate them for you to redeem your kma points.
Thank you for participating!