The Safe Haven Halfway Home – Mauritius

Date: October 10, 2019
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The SAFE HAVEN HALFWAY HOME (SHHH) is a temporary shelter for teenage girls who are homeless due to abuse and rejection from family members.

September 2017, Gender Links Mauritius opened the first halfway home in Mauritius called Safe Haven. A Halfway Home is a place that serves as a residence for people in need; providing them with the necessary skills to re-integrate into society and to better support and care for themselves.

Safe Haven Halfway Home (SHHH) welcomes young women as from the age of 18 who have had traumatising past experiences, and yet are determined to render their present and future beautiful. These women come from different socio-economic backgrounds and have known various types of violence including physical, sexual, emotional and economic. Safe Haven is an ongoing service-based non-for-profit activity for homeless, abused young girls, women victims of domestic violence, teenage mothers and their children.


Our main donor of the SHHH programme is the National Social Inclusion Foundation which granted fund in July 2017 to start up this project.We also have diverse private organisations who are amongst our donors as well as individual donors.

Each resident costs SAFE HAVEN MUR 120000 a year (includes the cost for rent, food, clothes, HR, bills, transport, outings, courses etc.) to donate, see details below:-

Account name – Gender Links



Swift Code- STCBMUMU

Account Number- 62030100120406

View the Newsletter of Safe Haven Halfway Home. 
Read extracts of the I-stories of our residents here. 

2 thoughts on “The Safe Haven Halfway Home – Mauritius”

Shaan says:

Im shaan cld i know more abt safe haven

Sheistah Bundhoo says:

Hello Shaan,

You can get in touch with us via email on or by calling on +230 4373960.

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