Choiseul youth preparing to erect guardrails at Sabwisha
The Choiseul Youth and Sports Council was awarded $USD10,000 by the Caribbean Development Bank, after having been presented with the opportunity to enter a proposal for a Road Safety project at the CDB Youth Vybzing forum, 2013.
The project encompasses two phases; one phase involves the erection of guardrails and placement of signs in Toumac and Sabwisha. Mr. Oliver Sampson, retired engineer, serves as supervisor of this component of the project. The second phase is dedicated to sensitizing the public, especially the youth of Choiseul, on the issues of road safety, and the necessity to consider one’s life and the life of others when using our roads. The message on road safety is delivered by Mr. Martin Joseph of OMEGA Driving. Participants of this campaign include students and the motoring public, with special attention on minibus operators. Additionally, three animations have been produced by Malfinis Film and Animation Studio and will be aired on national television.
The Council has accomplished a tremendous amount of work under the supervision of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Port Services and Transport. The Council is worked towards an April 30th 2014 completion date. Upon completion, two council members, Ms. Jeny Gaillard and Ms. Kina Nicholas presented the project report in Guyana at the CDB Youth Vybzing Forum on 22nd May, 2014.
The Project Coordinator, Ms. Jeny Gaillard, continues to urge the youth to productively engage throughout the implementation process. The Council’s work is underlined by unremitting dedication to a vision of pride and togetherness among the youth.
Malfinis Film and Animation Studio was very pleased to be associated with this project
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