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YTEPP CEO Nigel Forgenie an MTV Staying Alive in a box training kit from Marina Hilaire Bartett, executive director of PSI/Caribbean. Photo by: Gillian Moore article from Guardian Newspaper

YTEPP CEO Nigel Forgenie an MTV Staying Alive in a box training kit from Marina Hilaire Bartlett, executive director of PSI/Caribbean. Photo by: Gillian Moore article from Guardian Newspaper

SUPPORT OUR WORK

We’re a non-profit, but we take a business approach to saving lives. PSI-Caribbean is committed to growing with the challenges faced by the populations we serve and continued regional and local integration of its operations.  PSI-C recognizes the need to capitalize on its institutional strengths and core competencies to widen and deepen its impact on the health and well-being of the Caribbean people by sharing our social marketing technical expertise with other organizations in an effort to generate revenue to sustain programming.

In view of this, and as we celebrate 10 years of operation in the region we are prepared to offer our services to external stakeholders as we are eager to prove that PSI-C, its methodologies and programs can have significant impact on health, can be applied to many industries and show that our organization is a valuable and worthy partner to support.

PSI-C has developed packages that can be tailored to meet the need of organizations in the health sector and those with a vested interest in the health and well-being of their employees.

WAYS TO SUPPORT PSI-CARIBBEAN

 

 

Youth Empowerment Program (Y.E.P.)

To successfully address violence against women and girls and within intimate partner relationships, PSI-Caribbean believed that it was crucial to develop an intervention that empowers boys and young men as well as girls and young women to challenge negative gender norms that lie at the root cause of GBV. Thus, the Youth Empowerment Program (Y.E.P.) was born.

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Volunteer

We make a living by what we do, but we make a life by what we give. — Winston Churchill

In 2013 PSI-C launched its Give What You’ve Got volunteer initiative in Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica to build a cadre of professionals with various skills to support our work. The response was favourable and in both countries PSI-C was able to attract vibrant candidates who brought various talents and have since benefited from gaining more experience in marketing, public relations, communications and public health while giving of their time.

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