Marina Milad is a FIMRC Fellow at Project Restauración in the Dominican Republic. Her project involved redesigning and implementing the Health Agents Training Program, which educates teenagers about physical, mental, and community health, and aims to empower them to take action towards improving the health of their community. Learn about her experience through her eyes.
James Davis, a FIMRC Fellow through our Internship Program, has spent the last 5 and a half months at Project Limón. Throughout his time he's been able to develop a program called Sexpertos, which helps educate youth ages 12 to 18 about reproductive health as well as healthy relationships. He's worked with our psychologist, Cata, in delivering powerful messages to youth, hoping to improve their health habits when it comes to sex.
Alexandra served in the FIMRC Internship Program for 4 months at Project Restauración. She reflects below about her adjustment to being in the Dominican Republic, and all the fun learning along the way!