José Luis Cacao José Luis Cacao

José Luis Cacao was 27 years-old when he was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  His professional experience includes working for the Mental Health Unit of the Alta Verapaz Heath Center and with youth in seven municipalities, providing training and coordinating activities related to SRH. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Psychology in 2018 and […]

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Adolfo Eduardo Có Coy Adolfo Eduardo Có Coy

Adolfo Eduardo Có Coy was 25 years-old when he was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  This indigenous youth leader who is fluent K’iché, Poqomchi and Spanish. He is the president of Equilibrium, an autonomous youth group that focuses on gender equity, human rights and agricultural issues. He has coordinated a wide range of projects, including […]

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Ana Maria Floricelda Bol Ana Maria Floricelda Bol

Ana Maria Floricelda Bol was 30 years-old when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow.  Her professional experience includes working for the Rural Women’s Development Bank (BANCOMUR), which provides micro-credit loans and health education to indigenous women. She was the Secretary of the BANCOMUR Board of Directors and taught classes in health, socio-economics, emotional health […]

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Lorena Guay Molina Lorena Guay Molina

Lorena Guay Molina was 26-years old when she became a GOJoven Fellow.  Her professional experience includes working for the Department of Mental Health in Alta Verapaz where she coordinated women’s groups in both rural and urban settings. As part of her job, she trained young female students on various health related topics, including SRH. She […]

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