Encore des remous au sein du Mauritius Council of Social Services (Macoss). Pas moins de 11 membres du comité exécutif ont été expulsés lors d’une réunion spéciale tenue par le conseil le mardi 25 février.
27 Feb 2020, business.mega.mu
MACOSS will finally get its own headquarters. On Monday, the minister of Social Security Sheila Bappoo proceeded to the laying of the foundation stone in presence of the minister of Social Integration, Suren Dayal and the executive director of Southern Africa Trust (SAT), Neville Gabriel, who are partly sponsoring the building. Denis Grandport and Ram [...]
05 Oct 2011, The Independent Daily
Mauritius Council of Social Services (MACOSS) officially launched the 2011 National NGO Award at a press meet held at Astor Court, Port Louis, on September 23. The competition is open to all non-governmental organisations (NGOs) with at least two years of experience based in Mauritius, Rodrigues or Agalega. “The aim of the competition is to [...]
26 Sep 2011, The Independent Daily
The Mauritius Council of Social Service (MACOSS) held a peaceful march on the negative effects of alcohol on the streets of Rose Hill on Monday. The minister of Social Security, National Soldiarity and Reforms Institutions Sheila Bappoo and several non-governmental organisations were present on the occasion. The objective of the dry day was to discourage [...]
30 Aug 2011, The Independent Daily
A Dry Day is being organised by the Mauritius Council of Social Service (MACOSS) on August 29. This is to promote the concept of saying no to alcohol. A march will also be organised with the slogan ‘No buying, no selling and no drinking’. The march will begin at the Sports Complex of Rose Hill [...]
18 Aug 2011, The Independent Daily
The Mauritius Council of Social Service (MACOSS), SOS Poverty, the E-Inclusion Foundation and Microsoft Indian Ocean announced the availability of a series of trainings for NGOs in order to help them master IT tools.
18 Feb 2011, The Independent Daily