BLUE CRESCENT MAURITIUS ACTIVITIES FOCUSED ON COMMUNITY TRAINING


The Blue Crescent (Mauritius) in collaboration with Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) of Morocco organized an empowerment program in-order to uplift the level of Arabic language in Mauritius. For more than 30 years Mauritian government had introduced Arabic language in our schools and colleges but our students could hardly speak Arabic after left college. ISESCO is a branch of Organization of Islamic Conference which support Education, Culture and Scientific project around the world.

Due to our high quality of Medical services in Mauritius; many patients from surrounding Island come for treatment. Many of them could not afford paying hotels during their stay in Mauritius. The Blue Crescent Mauritius is now working on a project for providing a free lodging for patients as well a carers accompany them.
 
The Blue Crescent are now preparing a Booklet on (Children Safety). This booklet will be Photos + Illustration of how people should take care by protecting many items using at home. The Blue Crescent intend to print 17,000 booklets for primary school children parents.


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