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Sookdeo Bissoondoyal State College SIV

Sookdeo Bissoondoyal State College SIV

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  1. Sookdeo Bissoondoyal State College SIV MAURITIUS

  2. Our Country

  3. Our Country

  4. Our Country • Official Name: The Republic of Mauritius • Capital: Port Louis • Population: 1.2 Million • Official Language: English • Religions: Hinduism more than 50% Christianity more than 30% Islam more than 17% • Currency: Mauritian Rupee • Employment: Mining,Farming and Fishing 25.4% Industry and Construction 29.9% Banking and Services 44.7% • Education: Primary 100% Secondary 51% Further 4%

  5. Our School

  6. Sookdeo Bissoondoyal1908-1977 Our School

  7. Our School

  8. Our School •  The school has known two laureates, namely Vidia Mooneegan and Darmendra Sookur • 1St Computer Professionals Programming – contest in 1990 • National Drama Festival – Souvenir Shield for Second best play in 1993 • Model United Nations participation award in 1994 • Drama competition – Inter College Zone level – best play(French) in 1996 • Inter College Drama competition – National level – 3rd best play (French) in 1996 • National Drama Festival – Souvenir Shield for best beginner group in 1996 • Essay Competition (inter college) in July 1998 Most recently… • Winner of Secondary School Athletics Competitions • Winner of Football Tournaments • Civic Action Team • Winner National Unity Award 2004 • Winner National Computer Board IT Competition 2004

  9. The Present Team • Anas Aubdoollah • Adil Jhungeer • Girish Lowtun • Nanreshsing Sungkur • Heman Shamachurn • Ranganardha Thielamay

  10. Purposes of the Mauritian SIV • Obtaining the views of the general public in small islands on environment and development issues at the local level through meetings, opinion surveys, talk shows and other activities, supported by radio, television and print media; • Debating these views regionally and globally through internet-based discussions; • Encouraging young islanders to discuss environment and development issues among themselves using new technologies; • Identifying key issues emerging from these debates and channeling them back for appropriate action at the local level, and at the global level, especially towards international programmes dealing with sustainable development of small islands.

  11. Brainstorming and Identification of Problems • Problem Prioritisation • Problem Analysis • Elaboration of Action Plan • Acquirements

  12. Brainstorming and Identification of Problems • Racism • Ragging as a nuisance for proper adaptation into a school • Courtesy towards one and all • Relationship between state representatives and lay people • Drug abuse • Corruption and fraud in Mauritius • Unemployment • Degradation of family cell • Quality of healthcare • Child abuse • Degradation in moral values • Domestic violence • Sex discrimination • Diversification of agricultural sector • Reduce poverty • Provide small islands with more economic facilities • Piracy

  13. Brainstorming and Identification of Problems • Loss of cultural heritage • Violence towards tourist • Driving under influence of alcohol • Road safety measures • Violence towards night workers especially taxi driver • Too much freedom to the media • Violence towards animals • AIDS problem • Propagation of non-communicable diseases in society • Violation of human rights • Overpopulation • Erosion • Braindrain • Waste disposal

  14. Problem Prioritisation •  Economy • Employment • Health care • People’s mindset • Education • Environment • Tourism • Decline in moral and/or traditional values • Increased crime and violence • Good governance

  15. Economy Problem Prioritisation • high cost of living • high taxes • less spending power • increased poverty • sluggish economy • economic stress • national dept • economic stability • economic downturns • shortage of foreign exchange • foreign investment • need for banking services

  16. Employment Problem Prioritisation • lack of jobs • job security • low wages/salaries • unfair hiring practices • increased number of foreign workers

  17. Health Care Problem Prioritisation • insufficient public health services • mental health • health care services • HIV/AIDS

  18. People’s Mindset Problem Prioritisation • Negative thinking always present • Prevent advancement both for the individual and for the country • Prevention is better than cure

  19. Education Problem Prioritisation • improvements in school infrastructure and facilities • educational opportunities • tertiary education • vocational training • education for special groups such as teenage mothers • loss of qualified people (brain drain)

  20. Environment Problem Prioritisation • waste management • pollution • deforestation • drainage • beach erosion • global warming

  21. Tourism Problem Prioritisation • new tourism development and improvement of tourism facilities seen as positive changes • concern about control of tourism • over-dependence on tourism

  22. Decline in moral and traditional values Problem Prioritisation • breakdown in moral fabric of society • decline in moral values • bad behaviour among young people • lack of respect for elders • eroding traditional values and customs • decline in traditional leadership • lack of community spirit and collaboration- in part due to people being resettled from adjacent islands

  23. Increased crime and violence Problem Prioritisation • increased crime rates especially violent crime and crime among youth • public safety • revised penalties for criminals • more crime as a result of increased drug abuse

  24. Good Governance Problem Prioritisation • political corruption • political greed • political victimization and a desire for international peace

  25. Problem Analysis Each member was allocated some marks and each had to give marks ranging from 1 to 99 to each problem according to their importance.

  26. Problem Analysis Pareto Diagram

  27. Elaboration of Action Plan Ways of Improving Mindset • Sensitisation Campaigns Posters, Stickers, Leaflets • Use of mass media Radio, Television, Newspapers/Magazines • Education at early childhood Specialised teacher for Citizenship Education

  28. Our Leaflet

  29. Acquirements • Identifying issues • Enhance our general knowledge • Image and academic status of our school • Opportunity for young people to express their feelings • Forum has enabled us to learn about the views of young islanders • Personal Experiences • Opportunity to see any response to our opinions from the decision-makers • Sense of awareness on vulnerabilities and problems

  30. Vote of Thanks • Our hardworking teacher • Mr. Ayrga • Our Rector • Mr. L.Despois • UNESCO • Miss Chambers • Our friends…

  31. The End