About this map:
GOJoven operates in Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and Quintana Roo, Mexico. To date, a total of 193 GOJoven Fellows have completed this 18-month leadership development program and 184 of those (95%) are active alumni.
Use this interactive map to explore our network of GOJoven Fellows and their professional interests, work history, and geographic areas of influence. Many of these young adult leaders are excellent resources on adolescent sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and are available as consultants or advisors for local, national, and multi-country youth development and SRHR projects. Please feel free to contact the Fellows directly using the contact provided on the map or contact GOJoven at email@example.com
The map includes all 184 active fellows – those who graduated from the GOJoven Program and participated in developing and implementing their country team’s Leadership Action Plan. Each Fellow is represented by an icon, which can be expanded for profile and contact information. The icons are placed where fellows lived when they were selected to participate in the program and where they implemented their Leadership Action Plan. Approximately 20% of fellows have relocated from their places of origin to new cities; this information is reflected in the profile window of each icon. We will update this map periodically to reflect Fellows’ changes in residence and places of work.
To filter data on this map in Google Fusion Tables, click here and follow the instructions below.
- Select one of the three tabs shown (Spreadsheet by Year, Cards by First Name, or Map of Fellows)
- Click on the blue Filter button
- Choose a category
- Click on a value to display only fellows who meet that criterion
- Click on the X next to the category name to remove that filter
You can filter more than one category and choose more than one value. For example:
- choosing Country: Guatemala & Honduras, and Ethnicity: Garifuna, will show all Garifuna leaders in Guatemala and Honduras
- choosing Country: Belize, Rural/Urban: Rural, and Primary Professional Interest: Gender-based Violence, will reveal all Belizean leaders from rural areas whose primary professional interest is GBV
To download and print a PDF map of fellows through year 2012*, click here: GOJoven print map