Youth Challenge Guyana
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Youth Challenge Guyana (YCG) creates opportunities for youths and communities to effect positive local social change, strengthened by global partnerships.
YCG supports the development of youth in areas of health, education, life skills and livelihood.
Youth Challenge Guyana was delighted to be a part of the Spotlight Initiative Guyana. Thank you for the token of appreciation and we appreciate the support given by the people of Region 1 especially in Baramita and Port Kaituma.
"Striving to eliminate substance use, abuse and addiction among young people in low-income community" Thank you Brittany for managing this project diligently.
“Hi I am Alysia Blaaupot. I was born in the Netherlands, but my parents are from Guyana. During my studies I was given the opportunity to volunteer in a developing country. I knew immediately that I wanted to give back to the community, which is why I am here right now. Together with Youth Challenge Guyana I hope to make a positive contribution to the youth, and put my Industrial Engineering and Management background to use!”
We welcome you to the team Alysia!!!
Thank you to ExxonMobil for the invitation to inspire these children. Let's go Warriors!!
Kudos to you Daison Daniels!!! Past – Present – Future: The Werk-en-Rust News Project.
Youth Challenge Guyana's team engaged several Barbers and Hairdressers to collaboratively work to educate and help to curb the acts of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in their communities.
YCG appreciates your support and looks forward to maintaining this collaboration.
Making an impact!!!
ExxonMobil funds training for 25 young men in electrical installation ExxonMobil, a leading global energy company, has successfully funded a training programme for 25 young men in electrical installation and other life skills sessions. The programme which was organized by Youth Challenge Guyana (YCG), aimed to equip young men with the necessary skills and knowledge to
Wishing our Director a wonderful Father's Day!!!
Youth Challenge Guyana's team led a proposal writing workshop with a vibrant group of young people, eager to make a positive change in their communities.
Congratulations to our colleague, Mrs. Felicity Persaud-Jackson, who was one of the 25 Influential Women Leaders Awardees.
The team celebrates this well-deserved recognition with you. 🙌👏.
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For you the general public but especially the poll staff by guided.
See you all June 12th
Last Wednesday 25 young men completed the six weeks of Electrical Installation and LifeSkills training.
YCG expresses appreciation to ExxonMobil for their continued support in making these training programs a reality.
"Barefoot Wellness Outreach" job well done to this passionate group. Thank you for taking the lead to serve the members of your community.
"Exposing Youth to Nature" that's the title of the project and that's exactly what they did. YCG's team was exhilarated by this group's enthusiasm and commitment to make it happen.
Congratulations to these outstanding young people who intend to make positive changes within their community.
Stay tuned until the launch of their projects.
Thank you to the Small business Bureau for their presentation today.
How would you tell a colleague about their hygiene?
Thanks to GPL the class is working outside.
Happy Mothers Day to all the mothers especially those working with us. Atesha Christie-Renville Natoya Belle
This former participant Mr. Isaac Blair shared some remarkable views with the current group of young men being trained. They were grateful and very pleased to hear about his success after a short introductory training.
Change is in the hands of the individual. Thank you ExxonMobil.
Former participant and now entrepreneur in the field came to motivate and share his knowledge with the current group.
He shared that the responsibility for acquiring success after the training is in the hands of the individual since the training is a start for a career.
Thank you ExxonMobil
Thank you to Sase Gunraj for a very enlightening season on engaging with law enforcement for these young men.
Practical skills for this future electrical engineer. Everyone has to start somewhere and be boosted. Thanks to ExxonMobil.
The community benefits.
These astute young men sharing life skills knowledge with their peers. Thank you ExxonMobil
Session with the children of the Upper and Lower East Coast Academy. These children were very funny and enthusiastic about the Session.
These young men worked in teams to execute practical wiring projects and upon completion they were given feedback about their performance. Thank you to ExxonMobil for the aid to support these young men.
Musical talent in the training.
These young men have completed the first week of training and finishing up their safety training.
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