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On behalf of our President/CEO Dr. Steve Edwards, our Staff and Board but mostly the youth of our Global Society, we'd like to wish everyone a happy, safe and most joyous Holiday Season...
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Jerry Rudoff
· February 13, 2015
Gives youth the opportunity to learn how to develop a youth-led program and promote civic engagement by being responsible and accountable for their own actions. This program is youth-led, by youth for youth..
Annah Takaendesa
December 11, 2011
Keep up the good work and stay blessed
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Jcc Laura Fabri in action... Parabenz

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Jcc Laura Fabri updated his cover photo.

Our dear friend and former YCWA/ Ignitus Worldwide instructor and program development specialist recently sent me this list of youth developmental assets, most of which can be found as basic building blocks of the Ignitus Worldwide programs..
http://www.search-institute.org/…/40-developmental-assets-a…

Search Institute has identified the following building blocks of healthy development—known as Developmental Assets—that help young children grow up healthy, caring, and responsible. This particular list is intended for adolescents (age 12-18). If you'd like to see the lists for other age groups,...
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Interesting. But wondering how comprehensive the survey was and the surveyed group..

Crime Watcher

The Nigerian Police is by far the most corrupt public institution, according to the survey. The survey revealed that that the frequency of bribery was more amon...g police officers (46.4 percent). Incident of bribery in the judiciary comes at a close second after the police with prosecutors and judges flagged as being among the most corrupt. Prevalence of bribery among prosecutors is put at 33.6 per cent, and judges/magistrates at 31.5 per cent.

Other public agencies with high prevalence of corruption are the immigration services (30.7 per cent), car registration. Driving licensing agency (28.5 per cent), tax/revenue agencies (27.3 per cent) and customs (26.5 per cent). #UnitedAgainstCorruption

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JCC.. the Ignitus Worldwide program formerly Youth Crime Watch of American in Brazil.. Parabens..

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A couple wonderful ladies no longer with us..

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Ignitus Worldwide
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Ignitus Worldwide

Past Presidents of Youth Crime Watch of America DBA Ignitus Worldwide, www.ignitusworldwide.org

In preparation for Halloween.. Have fun but be respectful and safe!

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Ignitus Worldwide
Nonprofit Organization

A PROGRAM OF IGNITUS WORLDWIDE HAITI

NATIONAL INTER-SCHOOL DEBATE COMPETITION (CNDI 2017-2018)

WHO ARE WE ?

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Ignitus Worldwide
Nonprofit Organization

Past Presidents of Youth Crime Watch of America DBA Ignitus Worldwide, www.ignitusworldwide.org

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Ignitus Worldwide
Nonprofit Organization

Ignitus DRC currently is operating seven different projects involving capacity building on the culture of peace and non-violent communication. These projects are targeted to young people and leaders of religious denominations in the city of Goma. This project is scheduled to persist from 2018 to 2020
I you would like to know more about our program, please feel free to email me personally at: ignitusdrc@gmail.com or ignitusgoma@gmail.com ..Thank you all.. BROWN KABUYANGA
PS.. you can still find our page on the Ignitus Worldwide website at: http://www.ignitusworldwide.org/…/democratic-republic-of-c…/ however the information is a little dated and we will be posting periodic updates here on the Facebook page..

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) Affiliate Contact Names: Mr. Brown Kabuyanga, Mr. Freddy Nizeyimana Email: drcongo@ignitusworldwide.org Ignitus DRC currently is operating seven different projects involving capacity building on the culture of peace and non-violent communication. These projects are...
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Crime Watcher

"No one can have greater interest in protecting the life of a person or his or her family than that person himself/herself. Personal security cannot be a delega...ted task. The greater the effort an individual puts into his/her personal security the greater the degree of safety the individual will enjoy for himself and his family".

- Nigeria Police Force (http://npf.gov.ng/security_tips.php)

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We need your support! Youth Crime Watch of Liberia recently received a donation of a shipping container full of educational supplies. However, we have a shortfa...ll on the funds for customs clearance from the shipping port to obtain the items. Read the story to find out more. Thank you for all your generosity and your support for youth empowerment in Liberia.

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Youth Crime Watch of Liberia (YCWL) is an accredited youth organization established in 2004, to help address the need for grassroots participation in nation building, following the age-long civil conflict that nearly discriminated the population. We are dedicated to fighting illiteracy and promot...
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PLEASE leave your prayers and comments for the youth and their respective community who have been hit by the recent hurricanes in the Caribbean.. thanks..

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Digicel is with Sasha Davy and 3 others.

I Defeated Cancer Twice, CSEC Didn’t Stand A Chance

Sixteen year old Kimani Francis appears to be your typical 16 year old. He loves football and hanging out wi...th friends, but what you don’t know is that Kimani just received 7 1’s in his CSEC exams even after fighting cancer twice throughout his high school journey.

Like if Kimani has inspired you, share to inspire others.

Read his extraordinary story here: http://ow.ly/AARf6

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Is school crime increasing?
School violence-facts or fiction?
Have school shootings increased?
Is violence at school a new phenomenon?
Are most threats of violence made using social media?...
Here is some data and information from USDOJ to shed light on perceptions.

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