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The Re-Birth Project fosters youth behaviour change

Published:Friday | May 26, 2017 | 12:19 PM
Karen Silvera, credit officer at First Heritage Co-operative Credit Union (FHC) and Re-Birth project volunteer, serves lunch to participants at a recent Re-Birth Project interactive workshop held at the Webster Memorial United Church hall. The Re-Birth Project, an initiative of Maverick Communications Limited, targets at-risk youths aged 12-16 years. The students are selected by their school administration. The programme employs protective strategies to encourage the youth to strive for excellence and help to buffer them against the risk factors they may be facing.