Wendy Jamileth Bermúdez Brown is a Misquita auxiliary nurse who has experience working in thePuertoLempiraHealthCenterand surrounding communities. She has worked on numerous sexual and reproductive health (SRH) campaigns in the area and has been able to achieve her goal of reaching even the most isolated communities. She has extensive experience working in HIV/AIDS prevention and SRH education, and volunteers with the local municipal government where she trains youth on SRH. Wendy is a bilingual Spanish/Misquito speaker who is dedicated to acquiring the necessary skills to help youth prevent unwanted pregnancies in her community. She would like to implement SRH programs that use best practices and model programs in order to address the gaps in services that exist in the Mosquitia region. She was 25 years old when she was selected to be a GOJoven fellow.
- Dalila IcalDalila Ical was the youngest Fellow in the 2004-2005 cohort, selected at age 20. Her professional experience includes: news anchor for a local television station in Orange Walk Town, journalist at RSV Media Limited in Belize City in the News Department, and radio announcer at Estereo Amor Radio Stat...