Sir J.Moilin Ah-Chuen Foundation

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Sir J.Moilin Ah Chuen Foundation

Named after the founder of the ABC Group, the Sir Jean Moilin Ah-Chuen Foundation was created in 2013 in the spirit of regrouping and reinforcing all the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities of the conglomerate.

Funds raised by the Foundation are invested in four areas of intervention: Environment, Education, Health & Sports and Community Empowerment.

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Sir Jean Etienne Moilin Ah-Chuen Foundation,
2nd Floor, ABC Centre, Military Road,Port Louis,
Tel: (230) 405-1308

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  • Concerned by the fundamental right to education, the Foundation’s educational field of intervention consists in granting scholarships to students in needs. The Foundation also collaborates with NGOs whose activities include the development of vulnerable children through education, art and culture. Moreover, it provides sponsorship of studies and apprenticeships for children attending technical and vocational training at the Collège Technique St Gabriel and helps formal and non-formal schooling for primary school.

  • The Foundation promotes the expansion of various sporting activities throughout the island.

    ABC Group shares the values that are important for athletes and sportsmen, namely surpassing oneself, team spirit and commitment.

    One of the main aspects of this funding is to support young talent in the pursuit of their dreams at a higher level, demonstrated by the sponsorship of qualified athletes.

    The Foundation sponsored the National Team in the 2015 Indian Ocean Games that took place in Reunion Island, and was the main sponsor of the National Inter-colleges football tournament.

  • The Foundation is committed to the protection and conservation of the fauna and flora of Mauritius.

    Conscious of the damages provoked by pollution and global warming,
it has chosen to sponsor organisations engaged in the protection of the environment, namely, the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (MWF), the Echo Parakeet Project and the Reef Conservation Project.

    Moreover, all corporate publications are printed on FSC-certified paper – which is made in an environment- friendly manner, in response to concerns about deforestation.

  • The Foundation is committed towards local communities in a bid to contribute to the country’s development and growth.

    It sponsors many NGOs to help disadvantaged localities overcome their difficulties and regain empowerment, which results in a better living environment for vulnerable children and adults.

    Every year, the Foundation organises, with the help and generous contribution of staff members, the distribution of Christmas gifts to underprivileged children coming from suburbs of Port Louis.