Youth at Risk


Leveraging its analysis on the fundamental goal of the Human Development, the report seeks to ensure that “peoples choices are enlarged and that they can exercise these choices to enjoy long, healthy, and creative lives.” The report succinctly illustrates how young adults are experiencing “diminished” not “enlarged” choices of social and economic advancement. Amid an economy that is thus far “sound” and increasingly reliant on services and petroleum sectors, it is clear that Trinidad and Tobago must invest in developing their largest “human capital” in order to achieve sustainable long term social and economic development.

Principal Contributors: Sandra Baptiste-CaruthLucretia Gabriel - ConsultantVena Jules - ConsultantAsha Kambon - ConsultantRosalie Barclay - ConsultantJoan Bishop - Consultant
Trinidad and Tobago