Halley Movement develop and implement programs that has a direct impact on the community.
The Convention on the Rights of the Child recognises that children should grow up in a healthy and protective environment so that individuals develop fully and harmoniously. In any society, the social fabric undergoes constant pressure.
The youth entrepreneurship Mentorship programme foaims at stimulating and creating youth employment in Mauritius. It provides a linkage between between private sector and young entrepreneurs for the sharing of resources.
This programme aims at teaching financial education to youths and children in Mauritius. This teaching initiative encourages ‘learning by doing’ through songs, games, roleplay, story telling, creative activities and group discussions.
Halley Movement, through its subsidiary organ – Internet Child Safety Foundation – seeks to protect our children while they are online. The Internet is a a useful tool for our children, however, they are often ignorant of the risks that they may face.