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Projects end in success

Recently, we have seen a flurry of projects come to their conclusion:

Qadir Mahamoodally gathered 35 youth volunteers to help plan a day of games and activities for 80 disabled youths. The project was deemed a big success creating interest in arranging similar activities for the future…

Yanique Powell contributed to the construction of the Kids' Discovery Zone (KDZ) Interpretive Centre, which was coordinated by Marolyn Lucy Gentles. The KDZ is a facility designed to facilitate play among children aged 3-11 years while educating them about the environment of the Blue and John Crow Mountain National Park, Jamaica… >> more

Jamion Knight and his partner organisations launched the website Pan De Move with the aim of assisting young people in Antigua and Barbuda to set up their own small businesses. The success of the launch exceeded expectations and it was clear that the site would be a great help to Antiguan youths… >> more

Catherine Nisha participated in the project marking the launch for the Youth Parliament Alumni of Fiji. On October 28th, 2005, 26 young people from all of the Fiji divisions took part in a training workshop where they discussed important issues and committed to 3 youth campaigns. Such an initiative is the first for the Pacific Region and is an important step in empowering island youth to make a difference in their communities…

This coincides with a beginning of the following projects:

Sabrina Marie is leading a project to help create more employment through local investment in Seychelles… >> more

Lyndsey Fifita is piloting a weekly radio programme for youth that systematically presents each of the 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) over a ten week period in Tonga… >> more

Osaia Santos is organizing a competition to design promotional materials or posters for use on roadsides or where sports are being held. The aim is to nurture national pride and maintain a spirit of cooperation and partnership among the young people of the Federated States of Micronesia… >> more








This page last updated: 14 April 2006