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Essential packs donation to Student Life Residences
22 April 2020
Essential packs donation to Student Life Residences

While some foreign students at Uniciti Education Hub campus returned back, others stayed here in Mauritius. As the academic curriculum continues online, Uniciti Education Hub personnels have made sure, with Medine’s help, that students, especially those at Student Life Residences, have enough to eat during confinement.

150 Packs consisting basic foodstuffs were delivered to students residing at Student Life Residences and also to those who are staying off campus. Sachi Virasawmy and Hans Ramlochun, Student Life Manager and Resident Coordinator respectively have joined efforts to ensure the well-being of students during the lockdown.

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