Healthy Children, Healthy Communities, Healthy Nation!

In line with its mission of “Serving You, Serving the Nation”, NIC is committed to engage with and contribute to the community with educational and health initiatives developed and delivered through its Community Engagement Programme. The purpose and focus this year of NIC Community Engagement Programme is to promote healthy living and well-being to all Mauritians of all walks and at every stage of life. NIC strongly believes that a healthy body from an early age breeds a healthy mind and contributes to the healthy growth and development of children.

NIC launched the GetHealthy Kids Day, an initiative of the #GetHealthy on Route8 community engagement programme, in April 2017. The GetHealthy Kids Day aims to promote good health and well-being of children in private pre-primary and primary schools through free health tests & check-ups, keep-fit activities, kid-friendly & fun activities, and positively impact the lives of children by contributing to their healthy growth and development. Three GetHealthy Kids Day have already been carried out at Safe and Sound Academy, Little Darlings Pre-Primary & Mount View Primary School, and Montessori Kids Paradise pre-primary school, whereby  300+ children were provided with free health tests & check-ups.

Enjoy the #throwback moments of #Wiki and the children and  Stay tuned for the next GetHealthy Kids Day!

Montessori Kids Paradise Pre-Primary School
30 June 2017

Little Darlings Pre-Primary & Mount View Primary School
10 May 2017

Safe and Sound Academy
28 April 2017