• “No region with a majority of its youth living under threat and at risk has any chance of achieving a successful Autonomy.”

    The statement was made by the president of FADCANIC, Ray Hooker, during the public presentation, Friday, August 15, of a special edition of Wani Magazine that FADCANIC and USAID’s Education for Success Program (EFS) commissioned to share findings of key studies on the state of youth in five...

  • FADCANIC´s Education for Success Program (EFS) is working in a variety of ways to increase access of young people in the South Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua to quality technical and vocational education. This July 31, the program delivered uniforms and schools supplies to 13 girls and 32 boys, who enrolled this year in basic and mid-level technical...

  • As of June 2, Education for Success (EFS) is running its second crafts workshop in Bluefields for out of school and out of work youth. The artisanal handicrafts course has had a big demand among the young people attending the program´s vocational training. Tourism is growing in the region but it is still not easy to find native arts, crafts and souvenirs so there is a big market for quality handicrafts made out of coconut shells and...

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