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Upcoming Activities/Plans/Events

teacher training workshop on January 25 at Berbice High School in collaboration with the Guyana Teachers' Union

train the trainer workshop on Feb. 3 at Rose Hall Estate Community Center in collaboration with GUYSUCO

outreach on Feb. 9 at GTU T20 tournament at Albion Sports Complex

train the trainer workshop on Feb. 17 at Skeldon Estate Recreation Center in collaboration with GUYSUCO

in house training on Feb 24 on leadership, interaction and presentation skills

Third Annual Anti-violence Candlelight Vigil on September 10 across Guyana

Fourth Annual El Dorado Awards on July 28 at a venue to be announced

launch of Concert For Hope in Guyana in July

in house training in March on breathing and meditation as techniques to deal with depression and anxiety

visit to Black Bush Polder to set up arrangements for a subsequent two day workshop intervention in February

youth and students, teachers and train the trainer workshops in Black Bush Polder in April in collaboration with GTU and

  CPA. in April

train the trainer workshop at Grove/Diamond Vishnu Mandir in March

three day intervention in Region One in May

outreach in West Berbice in April

in house training on mindfulness  at date TBA.

 

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 Deputy National Coordinator (Guyana) of  The Caribbean Voice Keshni (Chandanie) Rooplall is a youth, political and social activist, who firmly believes that we should not leave it to others to make a difference. In effect,

'If not us, WHO? If not now, When?'

First Vice President of The Caribbean Voice, Dr. Franklin Rodney, is an experienced educator, clinical psychologist, pastor and social activist who also mentors, coaches and guides especially young people.  Dr. Rodney also believes that we must first take the lead in making a difference and then motivate others to walk this journey.