A week passed by swiftly and all that are left are memories, but may I just say that this is just the beginning, and there are more to come.
I simply couldn’t leave Mauritius without packing one more suitcase of knowledge as well as making a final contribution. As the time rushed and with the excitements of heading back home, all the interns went for a final visit at the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC or COI) were by we received a small presentation about the history of the organization, its mission and visions, its accomplishments since its existence as well as the different countries which forms part of the organization.
After the presentation we were invited for a small refreshment, and then we proceeded for a small visit around the establishment and we go to know about the different departments and their objectives.
The day was intensely full as we participated into a small cleanup around the building were by we collected plastics and mixed waste, and believe it was a scene to be seen. Just by a blink of an eye, our moment came to end, and we head back to the hotel for the final packing to head back home.
I didn’t want to leave as my journey was one filled with joy and happiness, but I had no choice as everyone was waiting for me back home.
Aurevoir l’ile Maurice! Merci de m’avoir reҫu, et merci aussi pour votre hospitalité. Merci aussi a SYAH Seychelles qui ma encadrais pour cette programme et qui ma aidée réaliser une rêve.
Mersi mo bann zanmi.