CDB launches Youth RISE project in Belize

April 27, 2017, DANGRIGA, Belize – On Wednesday, The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), and the Government of Belize launched the Youth Resilience and Inclusive Social Empowerment (Youth RISE) Project. fundas huawei y7 2019 iphone 8 plus hoesjes fundas huawei p10 fundas samsung galaxy s10e The Project will expand social services for approximately 3,500 children, youth, and families in the communities of Dangriga and San Ignacio/Santa Elena, Belize.

Youth in Dangriga and San Ignacio/Santa Elena face many socioeconomic challenges, including the low attainment of educational qualifications, and increasing crime and violence. fundas samsung galaxy s6 edge plus fundas samsung galaxy a5 fundas samsung galaxy s10e fundas huawei p smart 2019 The Youth RISE Project aims to expand access and coverage of existing social programmes, as well as introduce pilot programmes to tackle these challenges. fundas iphone fundas samsung galaxy s4 fundas huawei mate 20 pro custodia cover iphone Young people who live in these communities will benefit from training that will focus on basic literacy and numeracy and employability skills; adaptive life skills; along with community programmes which focus on social skills. fundas samsung galaxy a70 fundas samsung galaxy s10 plus Dr. fundas samsung galaxy a40 fundas samsung galaxy s4 fundas iphone 7 8 plus fundas huawei p30 Idamay Denny, Portfolio Manager, Social Sector Division, CDB, noted that “Crime and violence remains a challenge for these communities, and this has a negative effect on inclusive economic growth and human capital formation in Belize. fundas huawei p8 lite fundas iphone 11 pro max fundas iphone xs max fundas huawei p8 lite 2017 fundas huawei p smart 2019 Through this programme, it is hoped that we can reduce destructive behaviour among the youth in Dangriga and San Ignacio/Santa Elena, as well as improving their life skills.” The project will be implemented by Belize’s Ministry of Human Development, Social Transformation and Poverty Alleviation (MOHD), through the Community Rehabilitation Department (CRD) and partner agencies namely: Delille Academy, Progressive Organization of Women in Action (POWA), Belize Family Life Association (BFLA), Community Policing Unit, Department of Youth Services, Cornerstone Foundation and St. fundas samsung galaxy s7 fundas huawei mate 10 lite fundas samsung galaxy s10 plus fundas samsung galaxy s20 ultra Ignatius High School. fundas samsung galaxy j5 fundas huawei p smart fundas samsung galaxy s7 fundas huawei p30 According to Honourable Anthony Martinez, Minister of Human Development, Social Transformation and Poverty Alleviation, “The Youth RISE project is an investment in the children, youth and families of the targeted municipalities. fundas samsung galaxy s7 edge fundas samsung galaxy s8 fundas huawei p9 lite coque iphone An investment to improve life chances, to transform lives, to help individuals to RISE above adversities and achieve success. iphone hoesjes fundas samsung galaxy s8 fundas iphone 6 6s coque iphone 7 ” CDB is providing funding for the project through a grant of USD750,000, and a loan of USD984,000. fundas huawei y6 2017 custodia iphone cover fundas iphone xs max fundas huawei p20 Counterpart funding of USD633,000 is being provided by the Government of Belize. fundas samsung galaxy s10 fundas samsung galaxy a70 fundas huawei mate 20 fundas samsung galaxy s20 plus fundas huawei p8 lite The Youth RISE project is an expansion of the Youth and Community Transformation (YCT) Project, which was designed to secure the well-being and reduce the vulnerability of children and youth in poor communities in Belize City. fundas huawei y6 2018 fundas iphone 7 8 se2020 The YCT project is also financed by CDB.

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