Octaciano (Chano) Benegas Galeas was 22 years old when he became a GOJoven fellow, and is a creative and dedicated leader from Tocoa. Chano’s educational background includes Business Administration and Management and Social Development. He has also been involved in numerous social projects in Tocoa, including a student environmental group organized by the International Municipal Environmentalists, and designing and implementing a housing program for the elderly and working with Medicos del Mundo (World Doctors). His work as an environmental leader has inspired him to work with other young people in Sexual and Reproductive Health issues, particularly in HIV prevention. His dream is to establish a youth center where he can offer emotional and psychological support to youth who are dealing with these difficult issues in their families.
- Delicia MckoyDelicia Mckoy has served as a member of UNFPA’s Youth Advisory Group (YAG), through which she has conducted many outreach projects for youth. She was a participant of the peer education training conducted by the Belize Red Cross, a program that educated young people on Stigma and Discrimination in t...