During April 2017, a series of devotional meetings in Mauritius featured Prof. Anil Kumar Kamaraju a long-time devotee of Sathya Sai Baba. On 22nd April 2017, about 500 people attended a programme at the Read More
The ISSE of South Europe and the SSIO of Greece jointly held a series of seminars to introduce SSEHV to the general public. The free events were Read More
About 120 youth from Sathya Sai Centres and Groups around the island attended a Sathya Sai National Youth Orientation Workshop on 10th January 2016 at Anandam, La Caverne, in the town of Vacoas, conducted by the SSIO National Youth Advisor, National Young Adult Representative, and President of the National Council of Mauritius. The National Youth Advisor stated the workshop’s intention of enabling youth leaders to develop an action plan for 2016. In addition to highlighting the goals of the SSIO of Mauritius, she highlighted the purpose of the Young Adult Forum, comprised of media, cultural, and sports units. The President of the National Council then discussed the upcoming Sathya Sai World Youth Festival, to take place in July 2016 in Prasanthi Nilayam, India, being organised to encourage young people to celebrate the joy of being a Sai Youth and to preserve and promote Swami’s teachings and legacy. He observed that about 300 Mauritian youth were expected to attend the festival. The National Youth Adult Representative exhorted everyone to earnestly practice the Sadhana of Love in preparation for the festival. Youth leaders and SSIO members then held workshops to develop a national youth action plan, which was presented in the afternoon, followed by a panel discussion.
“Honour Our Parents Every day” – H.O.P.E. – The Indian Ocean Center for Education in Human Values of the Institute of Sathya Sai Education (ISSE–IOC), on the island nation of Mauritius, is well known for its human values programmes based on the teachings of Sathya Sai Baba. Read More
During the weekend of 7th to 8th March 2015, severe flooding affected the southern parts of the island of Mauritius, and Sathya Sai volunteers from Savanne swiftly began rendering assistance to disaster victims. It was communicated on 9th March that 30 families needed immediate help. Sathya Sai volunteers from the Bois Cheri and Surinam Centres distributed food and supplies to five families at the villages of Read More