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The Medine Horizons Foundation (FMH) distributed over 300 mini breakfast packs to more than one hundred under-privileged children taking part in the 2021 PSAC exams living in Bambous, La Valette, Camp-Levieux, Barkly, Chebel, Albion and Beaux-Songes, with the precious help of the different NGO and partners of the Foundation working in those regions.

With the support of Nestlé Maurice and a few NGOs, the FMH ensured during three consecutive days of the PSAC exams week, that the kids had a breakfast containing enough adequate nutrients to allow them to take part in their exams in the best possible conditions.

As a sweet little surprise for the last day of the PSAC exams on Friday 9th April, Casela Nature Parks offered in each pack, a huge candy. What a sweet reward for all the efforts made by the children for their exams!

The Fondation Medine Horizons (FMH) was established in 2006 with a view to channelling Medine Group’s support for the social growth of vulnerable groups living in Medine’s catchment area. This area extends from Chebel to Yemen, goes up to Henrietta and includes some suburbs of the towns of Vacoas, Beau-Bassin and Rose-Hill. Three priority zones, namely education, housing and environment, have been earmarked as requiring the Group’s involvement with a view to enabling the sound development and social inclusion of the overall communities living within Medine’s catchment area.

The mission of Fondation Medine Horizons is not only to support the population of the region in attaining an improved quality of life: FMH also aims to bring about effective concertation and collaboration among the social actors of the region. FMH’s own actions are guided by Medine Group’s strong belief that development is effectively sustainable only if it is also inclusive.

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