The Bureau de l’Education Catholique (BEC)
The BEC is the executive office of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Port-Louis for its education services in Mauritius. It is a main private partner of the Ministry of Education & Human Resources, catering for around 35,000 children and youth in the free education system. The BEC coordinates the administration of the 46 primary RCA schools and the main policy directions of the 18 catholic secondary schools with the collaboration of the other congregations.
HOUSIDEA – Inspiring transformation. HOUSIDEA supports organisation to develop greater coherence between financial results, corporate culture, social and environmental impact and purpose. Their mission is to Transform by awakening the purpose, and to Innovate by acting in the world with Consciousness, with Competence and Elegance. HOUSIDEA opens spaces for learning, conversations and reflections.
YUT Basketball (Mauritius) Ltd
YUT Basketball has as its vision to be the leading basketball training & development company in Mauritius and the Indian Ocean region. Its mission is to offer quality technical & practical basketball training sessions, creating opportunities for emerging & existing athletes to reach their hoop dreams. YUT Basketball plays a key role in empowering Youth through sports in Mauritius and the Indian Ocean Region, and is a partner in the EARTHwise “Future Stewards – Empowering Youth” Initiative.
RCE Rhine-Meuse is a Regional Center of Expertise on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), based in the Netherlands. It is acknowledged by the United Nations University and aims to bring together schools, science, industry and governmental institutions to work together in order to generate learning processes that contribute to a more sustainable future. RCE Rhine-Meuse is the founder and official coordinator of the international OPEDUCA Project, It is also a member of the UNECE Expert Groups on ESD.
The OPEDUCA Project
The OPEDUCA Project is a global initiative coordinated by RCE Rhine-Meuse that aims at structural innovations within the educational system. The project is to a large degree self-organising, and incorporates a set of activities that occur regularly and in a logical order, all contributing to the goals envisioned for Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). The word OPEDUCA is short for “Open Educational Area”, an area in which people and organizations are connected and come into action with each other in such a way that integral learning processes arise, connecting theory, practice and experience.