This year two participants from Belize, Dale Fitzgerald Anthony and Marvin Robert Kellyman Simpson, successfully finished MASHAV’s Youth At-Risk Program: Preventing Student Dropouts and Facilitating Reintegration.
Ambassador Mati Cohen, Head of MASHAV:
Each year we see 500 participants who come to Israel to learn in 5 different languages at 10 different training centers. Only after applying what you have learned in your home countries, will we feel the importance of this course. Join the Israeli Peace Club and be the ones changing the lives of the youth.
Yudith Rosenthal, Director of A. Ofri center:
Education is an international language that helps everyone, including children and youth who need this support from others – and these “others” are you. Education brings independence and opportunity.
Damian Filut, course coordinator:
The program had 25 participants from 17 countries, attending one-month training on youth at risk. The group experienced meaningful learning, true friendship and great atmosphere. You will come back with a sense of mission – working with young people and taking them to a better place. I hope that you will adopt what you have learned and improve the societies in which you are working.