Youth and Community Transformation Project


“Youth and Community Transformation –  impacting lives one by one across the lifespan”

Project Overview

Youth and Community Transformation Project (YCT) is a comprehensive social intervention, which responds to the challenges facing vulnerable groups, particularly youth at risk on the Southside of Belize City. Our neighbourhoods in South Belize City are challenged by increasing crime, inadequate social infrastructure and limited access to social services. The YCT Project seeks to present interventions to these challenges by supporting the expansion of and presenting our youth and their families access to needed social services, while developing and presenting new services to reduce social exclusion among these at risk young persons and their families who live in the areas of Collet, Lake Independence, Pickstock and Port Loyola divisions of Belize City.The YCT Project also provides access to programs to enhance literacy and adaptive life skills, support community security and improving the networking and sharing of best practices among participating agencies working in those communities. The Project will construct new and allow for rehabilitation of existing critical community infrastructure, including the provision of a new resource centre in the Lake Independence area and the renewal of the Wilton-Cumberbatch playing field.

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Participating Agencies

Project Programmes Include

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“The YCT Project is a project owned and under implementation by the Government of Belize via the Ministry of Human Development, Social Transformation & Poverty Alleviation and several public sector and social partners with funding from the Caribbean Development Bank and the Government of Belize”

  • Contact Us

    Ministry of Human Development Headquarters West Block, Independence Plaza, Belmopan, Belize Telephone: (501) 822-2246 or 2161 or 2684 Fax: (501) 822-3175

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