June 2, Martha Youth, Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Managua visited the Clemente Bailey Secondary High School in Rama Cay, where the Education for Success Program (EFS) in coordination with Peace Corps is helping teachers to teach geography using an arts methodology that includes mural painting and learning key life-skills.
“It is a lovely project,” said...
In 2015, children and youth who participate in FADCANIC and USAID’s Education for Success Program (EFS) will carry out campaigns aimed at the prevention of alcoholism among youth.
The campaigns are part of a series of initiatives the program is taking to build and strengthen life skills among youth in the region. Across five coastal municipalities, 13 communities will be participating with campaigns planned and developed by...
Education for Success Women to Form Support Group to help Women of Corn Island who Experience Violence
Education for Success’ Youth Center on Corn Island was the venue of a forum on gender-based violence that took place Sunday March 8, with 35 men and women between aged 16 through 50 in attendance.
The forum was organized as part of the celebrations of 2015 International Women’s Day with the objective of discussing the causes and consequences of violence against women on the islands, and to explore strategies for self-help...