• The BBBSG program was officially launched on Jan 31, 2004. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a program designed to “help children who face many obstacles and are at a risk of not performing to their fullest potential”. This program seeks to give disadvantaged or the less fortunate children in countries the opportunity to interact with someone older, more matured and more knowledgeable than they are, and one on whom they can rely for guidance and assistance in dealing with many of the various challenges they may be faced with, in essence a literal “Big Brother or Big Sister”.
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    Donation: $0.00 / $20,000.00
  • In June 2015, Volunteer Youth Corps Inc signed a 3-year cooperate agreement with United States Agency for International Development for the project titled ‘Guyana Civil Society Leadership’ (GCSL).
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    Donation: $0.00 / $20,000.00
  • Volunteer Youth Corps Inc is a sub-recipient of Education Development Centre under the USAID/Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment Project between the period of 2012 and 2016.
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    Donation: $0.00 / $20,000.00
  • The Interactive Math and Science Program has been implemented by Volunteer Youth Corps Inc since 2012. With the endorsement from the Ministry of Education and support from ExxonMobil, the organisation is helping to improve the Science and Math skills of High school youth in a number of schools in region 4. The program uses the existing school curriculum, grades 9 and 10 teachers and various interactive activities to expand the learning of students. The primary subjects taught include: Human and Social Biology, Biology, Mathematics, Integrated Science, Physics and Chemistry.
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    Donation: $0.00 / $20,000.00
  • The National Career Guidance Program has been running in Georgetown secondary schools since 2013. After the successful implementation in 4 schools during the 2014-2015 school year, in 2015-2016 the Career Guidance Program has planned an expansion to a total of 10 high schools in Georgetown.
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    Donation: $0.00 / $20,000.00
  • Women Empowerment Program seeks to enhance women opportunity to start their own business. The overarching goal of the program is to provide improve the socioeconomic conditions of young women living in Georgetown, Guyana. According to the World Bank’s, GlobalEconomy.com ranking one of hundred and seventy-three (173) countries, Guyana has the 9th highest youth unemployment rate at 41.10%. When dis-aggregated by sex, the rate for young women is 46.90% unemployment and 39.70% for young men.
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    Donation: $0.00 / $20,000.00