Yarlene Hernández Dubon was 18 years old when she was selected, and she was one of the youngest Fellows in the GOJoven program in 2012. She has worked for many years as a volunteer in a youth program at the Red Cross, providing training workshops for young people from different educational institutions in the city ofLa Ceiba. Yarlene has formed a wide network of young people who are educated on climate change and sexual and reproductive health topics. As a GOJoven Fellow, she has strengthened her knowledge on sexually transmitted infections (STI) and improved her communication abilities.
- Blanca Estela Ical Bolóm Blanca Estela Ical Bolóm became a GOJoven Fellow at age 18. She went to high school at the Mayan Educational Institution Ak Tenamit, Izabal where she focused on sustainable tourism. A dynamic, proactive, indigenous Queqchí woman, Blanca is seen as a leader within her community. She volunteered ...