One hundred and thirty-eight youth graduate from the “Youth Journey to Freedom”
One hundred and thirty-eight secondary school students are graduating from the “Youth Journey to Freedom” program. The project was undertaken by the Restore Ministry and guides youth from at-risk communities to ensure they remain on the straight and narrow. The three-phase program includes working on self-confidence, dealing with grief, and personal significance and courage. Today twenty-four students from Maud Williams High School completed their first phase. One of the program’s senior facilitators, Marlon Baptist, explained the importance of working with the youth to slowly but surely transform the nation.
Tarsha Ramos, a student of Maud Williams High School, spoke about her experience with the program and the positive changes she has been able to make with the knowledge she’s received.