Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-127)
|Series||A World Bank country study|
|LC Classifications||HQ799.C26 C37 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||2003049740|
An initiative reaching four countries, CYEP equipped vulnerable youth with the technical, vocational, entrepreneurship, and life skills needed to develop sustainable livelihoods. Supported by USAID, CYEP targeted young school-leavers 17 to 25, particularly young men who were unemployed, underemployed, and lacking the skills to participate in an increasingly service . his report examines youth development in the Caribbean today. Organized into seven chap-ters, the report provides an overview of the risks Caribbean youth are facing, evidence of the protective and risk factors underlying the problems youth are facing, an estimation of costs of riskyFile Size: 8MB. Economic development in Caribbean - UK Essays. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references. Summary Young people are the basis for the future health and welfare of their communities. Understanding the critical role of young people to the security of sustainable development, this text draws attention to both the important contributions youth have made to the Caribbean society and the critical challenges they face in .
Regional Cooperation • Youth • Agenda for Sustainable Development. Report of the meeting on the implementation of the Lisbon Declaration on Youth Policies and Programmes. Caribbean Forum on Population, Youth and Development, Georgetown, Guyana. July Caribbean Association for Youth Development (CAYD), Saint George's, Grenada. likes. Our mission is to prepare and inspire a new generation of youth for constructive engagement and empowerment for Followers: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Caribbean youth development. Washington, D.C.: World Bank, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Downloadable! This report examines youth development in the Caribbean today. The objectives of the report are threefold, it aims to 1) identify the risk and protective factor and determinats of youth behaviors and development, 2) demonstrate that the negative behaviors of youth are costly, not only to the youth themselves but to society as a whole, and 3) identifies key intervention .
Family Socialization Practices and Childhood Development in Caribbean Cultural Communities Jaipaul L. Roopnarine and Bora Jin; Remote Acculturation and the Birth of an Americanized Caribbean Youth Identity on the Islands Gail M. Ferguson; Caribbean Research on Human Development in Adolescence and Adulthood: Progress and Recommended DirectionsPages: Résumé This report examines youth development in the Caribbean today. The objectives of the report are threefold, it aims to 1) identify the risk and protective factor and determinats of youth behaviors and development, 2) demonstrate that the negative behaviors of youth are costly, not only to the youth themselves but to society as a whole, and 3) identifies key intervention points . The Caribbean Youth Network is a non-profit mission organization based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The CYN was created and is supported by people from all over the US and Caribbean who have a heart for making a Kingdom difference in the Caribbean islands. Our purpose is to serve as an international mission organization fostering the planting, partnering, . Although youth unemployment is a big issue globally, it is especially so across many Caribbean countries. Caribbean youth unemployment levels are reported to .