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This Is Me - A Caribbean InTransit Programme

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Caribbean InTransit is an arts and education non-profit registered in Trinidad and Tobago.

One of their flagship programmes is “This Is ME” - an innovative alternative way to deliver traditional vocational training to at risk youth in high-need urban communities that will help them transition to self-employment in the fashion sector in T&T.

The programme seeks to target 200 persons between the ages of 16-32.

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