Get ready to pound it out – and have a great time – on Saturday 27 February 2021! Moka’mwad and the Pound coach, Karen Ah-Thien will treat you to a full sports session (Pound) followed by a wine tasting event (Pour).
The Moka’mwad collective and a number of city stakeholders will welcome you for a solidarity blood donation campaign from 21 to 24 January 2021 in the Moka region. A perfect opportunity to turn your New Year’s good resolutions into action!
The Moka’mwad collective has teamed up with the Keep The Pace guides for a new complimentary outdoor experience along hiking trails in the region.
After last year’s successful first edition, at least 7 areas and 800 neighbours took part in the Neighbours’ Day in Moka this year. This friendly gathering took place in the last weekend of November 2020. If you missed the event, here’s a throwback with Karen and Charlène, who were both organisers for their neighbourhood!
Moka’mwad has set up office at Les Kocottes, former poultry houses on a 3.6-acre site that have been renovated and fitted out by Moka Smart City. Find out why this lively place with unique character provides an ideal working environment for the collective and the city’s residents!
Pound is just what music, fitness and dance lovers have been calling for! From November 2020, Moka’mwad will give you the opportunity to discover this innovative and ultra-dynamic sport discipline – free of charge!
Moka Smart City is inviting you this year to an unprecedented Halloween celebration. You will have the chance to take part in a special Zumballoween evening on Friday 30 October 2020! Here’s everything you need to know about this event combining thrills and fun for a good cause.
It’s now possible to make exercise fun! That is actually the aim of the new activity provided free of charge by Moka’mwad to children aged 5 to 13 years at the Telfair amphitheatre. Here’s all you need to know about Kids Gym, the newest sports programme for the little ones.
The Moka’mwad collective called for volunteers in Moka and the central area of the island on Saturday 8 August 2020 to help make floating booms. The work is continuing in Bagatelle and the solidarity displayed by the Mauritian people has won worldwide acclaim.
Giving blood can save lives! The Moka’mwad collective is holding a blood drive from 12-15 May 2020 in the Moka region.
In response to the health emergency caused by COVID-19, solidarity among neighbours has become essential to ensure everyone’s well-being, including vulnerable groups. That is why the citizen collective , Moka’mwad is running a fundraising campaign called “Ansam anou ed nou bann vwazin” on the Small Step Matters crowdfunding platform in conjunction with ENL Foundation.
The Moka’mwad citizen collective has been organising complimentary Zumba classes since November 2019. And to say the least, it has proved a hit with the residents of Moka Smart City!
The Moka’mwad collective, whose objective is to improve the living standards in Moka, has recently brightened the lives of hundreds of citizens. Neighbours’ Days were held on 13 and 14 December in various parts of the region. We take a look back at this enjoyable initiative that promotes sharing and community life.
The Moka’mwad collective is putting some good vibes and spirits into Moka Smart City. People in the region will soon be invited to take part in complimentary outdoor Zumba classes. That’s good news for all those who are looking for an activity infused with energy and fun at no cost!
Last weekend, the District Council of Moka organised a clean-up campaign, in which the citizen collective, Moka’mwad, was highly engaged.
Moka’mwad teamed up with ENL Foundation and ESP Landscapers to pay tribute to World Environment Day, celebrated on the 5th June. They joined forces with the students of Mahatma Gandhi Secondary School (MGSS) in Moka to spruce up the front entrance to the school. The result: 959 plants were put in the ground.
Moka’mwad Collective teamed up with Les Ateliers de K to launch “An All-Natural and Organic Cosmetics Workshop in Moka.”
The Moka’mwad collective’s “Ecology and Environment” Cell, whose mission is to raise environmental awareness among people in the region, gathered more than 350 participants for its very first activity, a Clean-Up and Awareness Day on Sunday 28 October 2018.
The Moka Smart City has recently officially launched the Moka’mwad Collective, with the support of the ENL Group. The initiative is in keeping with the vision of an integrated, planned and profoundly human city. Here’s a brief overview.
Moka is not just a project, it’s actually about the future of an entire region! In order to harness the Mokassians' imagination and creativity, a collective of citizens named Moka’mwad will be created.