PNM of Trinidad and Tobago shared the list of the winners of National Youth Awards.
Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago: The twin-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago has been celebrating “Youth Excellence”. Marking this occasion, the PNM – People’s National Movement announced the list of the winners of this year’s National Youth Awards.
Youth of the Year
Age group 10-17: Jahmali Samuel,
Age group 18-35: Ishmael Moreno
Age group 10-17: Jahmali Samuel
Age group 18-35: Omar Ali
Arts and Culture
Age group 10-17: Ihouma Straughn-George,
Age group 18-35: Na-o-mi Frederick,
Group: Diatonic Pan Institute
Age group 10-17: Malik Thomas,
Age group 18-35: Josiah Jessop
Environment sustainability and preservation
Group: Globe Club of Brazil Secondary School
Health and Wellness
Age group 10-35: Ishmael Moreno
Leadership and Advocacy
Age group 10-17: Ciara Ravello-Darabie,
Age group 18-35: Alicia Ramdal
Learning and Academia
Age group 10-17: Sahara Ramkissoon,
Age group 18-35: Phillip Simon
Model Youth Development Programme
Group: Ryu Dan Empowerment Foundation
Outstanding youth organisation
Group: The Heroes Foundation
Social media influencer
Agr group 10-17: A’janae King Fraser,
Age group 18-35: Roxy James
Age group 10-17: Christian Winter,
Age group 18-35: Trent Bethel
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
Age group 10-35: Farrah Mathura
Technical Vocational Skills: Makell Baptiste
Age group over 35: Marva John-Logan
Youth service and humanitarianism:
Group: Autism Siblings and Friends Network
Imara Hector Joseph,
Age group 18-35: Arron George
Dr Henry Charles honorary recognition for STEM:
Miracle Carr and Matthias Dalip,
Age group 18-35: Jabari Clarke
Individual winners for each category got $6,000 and an iPad, group winners $8,500, individual first runners-up got $3,000 and individual second-runners-up got $2,000.
In addition, group first runners-up got $3,500 and group second runners-up got $2,500.
The categories briefed by the People’s National Movement: Agriculture, arts and culture, entrepreneurship, environmental stability, health and wellness, leadership and Advocacy, learning and academia, model youth development, outstanding youth organisation, social media influencer, sport, STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths), technical vocational skills, youth service and humanitarianism and youthful resilience.
The general public, especially the locals of Trinidad and Tobago, expressed gratitude towards the government of Trinidad and Tobago for the introduction of such an initiative. As per the public, such events and initiatives will help the youth to get engaged in the practices, which will connect them to the general public.
Some of the people also took to the comment section of the social media post by the PNM. One of the users, named Boxil Charles, commented, “Extremely good initiative. Hope it continues every year and is expanded.”
Yet other people congratulated the winners for taking the trophy/ award back home.
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