Fanny Martinez was selected as a GOJoven Fellow at age 23. As a Community Nurse’s Aide at the Bella Vista Health Center, Fanny visited clients and prepared and implemented projects for youth groups in Bella Vista and surrounding villages. Given the high prevalence of HIV and other sexually-transmitted infections in the area, she has prioritized prevention in her outreach to youth and commercial sex workers, and urges both youth and adults to use condoms correctly in order to prevent HIV/STIs. She also has experience working with local schools and churches to ensure that young people become more knowledgeable about pregnancy prevention and sexual and reproductive health.
- Carmita LemusCarmita Lemus was 27 when she became a GOJoven fellow. This dedicated leader started volunteering at age 15 with Youth for the Future and National Aids Commission. Carmita has worked with the Cornerstone Foundation as Program Manager, and as an Educator at Belize Family Life Association in their beh...