Luis José Correa Luis José Correa

When Luis José was selected to become a GOJoven Fellow, he was 22-years old and worked as a volunteer for two years with the NGO Service, Sexuality Education and Health A.C. (SEEDSSA/ CHISPAS) in the area of communication and promotion. Part of his work included interviews with media, advocacy, and providing workshops with young people. […]

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David Saúl Chan David Saúl Chan

David was working as a preventative health promoter for Population Services International (PSI) when he became a Fellow. In this position, David carried out one-on-one interventions to promote abstinence, reduction of number of partners, and consistent condom use. He has received diverse training in ASRH and his interest is to provide group education to people […]

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Karen Paola Rojas Karen Paola Rojas

Karen is a leader that was 24 years old when she became a GOJoven Fellow. She works as a Youth Project Coordinator for the international NGO Save the Children. She began her work with young people, coordinating projects in low income areas. In her position, she leads adolescent work groups. Karen graduated with her bachelor’s […]

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Sandybel Robaldino Sandybel Robaldino

Sandybel had been the Director for the Comprehensive Mental Health Center at the Secretary of Health, Mexico for three years when she was selected as a GOJoven Fellow. Furthermore, she has other important experience working with youth: she has been a representative for the College of Psychologists, worked with the Adolescent Health Promoters Group (GAPS), […]

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Areli Guadalupe Sánchez Flores Areli Guadalupe Sánchez Flores

Areli was working for an NGO called Service, Sexuality Education, and Health (SEEDSSA/CHISPAS) as a general assistant when she was selected. She has plans to create an educational magazine about ASRH issues since she believes it is a form of media the reaches everyone. She has her high school degree in computer science and she […]

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Ricardo May Jara Ricardo May Jara

Ricardo May Jara is currently the Executive Director of Mexico y Caribe Jóvenes A.C. (GOJoven Mexico). Ricardo was selected  was selected as a GOJoven Fellow in 2011 at the age of 19, when he was serving as a volunteer at the NGO Red+Posithiva de Quintana Roo A.C., which focuses on HIV prevention, detection and care. […]

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