Creative’s Pioneering Youth Strategies Highlighted in Honduras

August 2, 2012

Creative’s Pioneering Youth Strategies Highlighted in Honduras The Latin American Herald Tribune chronicles much of Creative's work with USAID and the Central American Regional Security Initiative (CARSI). Alianza Joven Honduras (AJH) was awarded to Creative Associates in December 2011 as... Read More

Bringing innovative youth programming experience directly from Central America

By Creative Associates International

July 3, 2012   |   0 comments

Salvador Stadthagen landed in DC from Tegucigalpa to take in one of the youth sessions at the USAID Democracy & Governance Officers Workshop last week down at the Carnegie Center. After a quick pit stop by HQ's communications office before he started his 3 day “marathon” working on youth related topics, Salvador always positive and energetic with a smile that underscores the passion that we at Creative have on issues related to youth programming....
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Five Ways to Avoid Gang Life

By Michael McCabe

May 10, 2012   |   0 comments

When Eduardo Tenorio was 8 years old, he was surrounded by violence, gangs, and drugs in Chorrillo, one of the most violent neighborhoods of Panama. He and his seven siblings tried to maintain their sense of resilience despite their parents’ separation and a rough environment. As a young person, he explains, he had only two positive outlets: soccer and school....
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Young Voices: Creative Youth in Development

By Creative Associates International

May 3, 2012   |   0 comments

On May 3, 2012, Creative Associates International was pleased to hold an event celebrating youth making a difference in their communities and around the world. The panel and discussion provided young people from diverse backgrounds the space to speak about their experiences growing up in conflict and transition environments and the impact of their experiences on their work to change the future of their nation. Speakers included youth voices from Afghanistan, Egypt, El Salvador and Liberia....
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