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     The Mauritius Sports Council in collaboration with Panagora Marketing Co. Ltd and the Ministry of Youth & Sports proceeded with the Launching of Yoplait / 
 
     Candia Sports Medicine Programme for the Year 2018 at St Joseph’s College, Curepipe on Thursday 15 February 2018 in the presence of:   Candia Sports
 
     Medicine Programme for the Year 2018 at St Joseph’s College, Curepipe on Thursday 15 February 2018 in the presence of:
 
                    
 
 
           ·        Hon. Jean Christophe Stephan Toussaint, Minister of Youth & Sports;
           ·        Hon. Dr. Mohammad Anwar Husnoo, Minister of Health & Quality of Life;
           ·         Mrs. Sarah Rawat Currimjee, Chairperson of the Mauritius Sports Council, Members and staff;
           ·         Mrs. Anjina Saddul Tulsidas, Marketing Manager, Panagora Marketing Co Ltd;
           ·         Ms. Aurore Lam, Marketing Coordinator, Panagora Marketing Co Ltd;
           ·         Mr. Poonambalum, Chairman, Trust Fund for Excellence in Sports;
           ·         Mrs. Sheila Seebaluck, Chief Executive Officer, Trust Fund for Excellence in Sports
           ·         Mr. Rock Stephan, President, ‘National Council for Sports in Secondary and University’ (NCSS)
           ·         Mrs. Geeantee Toory, Chairperson, ‘Commission Nationale du Sport Féminin’;
           ·         Mrs. Dominique Seblin, Rector, staff and students
           ·        Mrs. Arlette Ahnee, Chairperson of Board of Governors;
           ·         Mr. Armand Tadebois, School Manager;
           ·         Mr. Alan Driver, President of the Parent Teachers Association
           ·        Mr. Soudesh Kumar Appadoo, Senior Sports Officer and Officer in Charge of Sports For All- Ministry of Youth & Sports;
           ·         Members of the press
 
 
 
        
          The Yoplait / Candia Sports Medicine Programme is sponsored by Panagora Marketing Co Ltd. It is a series of talks delivered on Good Nutrition
          
          and on the Benefit of Sports.and on the Benefit of Sports.
 
 
 
          The objectives of the talks are to make the public aware of the benefits of Sports Medicine, proper physical activities and a good nutrition for maintaining a
 
          healthy life style.  The talks will be organised for the benefit of students in Primary and Secondary Institutions as well as in Women’s Associations and Senior
 
          Citizens Centres throughout the island twice a month.Citizens Centres throughout the island twice a month.
 
 
     
    A First Aid Kit, an Ice Box and sports equipment were offered to the Rector.
 
    The Resource Persons proceeded with the talks as follows:The Resource Persons proceeded with the talks as follows:
 
       • Good nutrition, presented by a Nutritionist;
 
       • The Importance of Physical Activities presented by Mr. Michel Chang Kye, Physiotherapist,
 
    380 students attended the talks and were very enthusiastic to hear the resource persons.
 
   
   
         A quiz was held with questions related to the talks on Sports Medicine at the end of the programme.
 
 
         Seven students, namely Rishabh Jaunky, Christopher Bonnapen, Juan Pierre, Mustun William, Emmanuel Farla, Haniff Sharf Junaid and Sunnassee Jessen
 
        answered correctly the questions and were awarded T- shirt as prizes.
 
 
         A slam was presented by two students of grade eleven.
 
         At the end of the talks, Candia Milk , booklets and flyers on Sports Medicine were offered to all students.
 
 
         The Mauritius Sports Council expressed its warm thanks and gratitude to Mrs. Dominique Seblin, the Rector who gave her full support for implementation of
 
         the project. the project. 
 
        
    
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