Department of Youth Affairs
The Department of Youth Affairs aims to provide efficient service and support systems by focusing on the following areas of youth development; empowerment, participation, volunteerism and capacity building.
Janis Solomon Building,
#28 Orange Hill Road,
612-3792 Ext 1036
District Servicing Unit (ext. 1034)
Field Work including links between the DYA to the communities manifested though our Youth centres. Supports and encourages youth groups, community projects and other avenues of personal development. There are currently five (5) youth centres: Pembroke, Signal Hill, Bethel, Castara and Roxborough.
Tobago Youth Development Institute (ext. 1031)
This Unit includes the management of youth development research, training of youth and youth workers, linking of Tobago’s youth to overseas training and development opportunities
Project Implementation Unit (ext. 1030)
This unit oversees the planning and implementation of the Department programmes and project ensuring that they are in synch with the Youth Policy. They also engage mobile youth healthy educational lifestyle programme.
- World of Work (WOW)
- Tobago Youth Awards
- Capacity Building
The Bethel Police Youth Club has expressed sincere appreciation to various organisations and individuals who, together with its members, contributed...
The Division of Sport and Youth Affairs (DSYA) is deeply saddened by the recent passing of Youth Auxiliary, Lavern Manswell-Clarke....
Twenty-five youth officers and youth auxiliaries are now better equipped to educate young Tobagonians on the perils of substance abuse....
Collaboration and inclusion are key principles of the operations of the Division of Sport and Youth Affairs. To this end,...
Youth clubs and organisations are the lifeblood of the youth fraternity in Tobago.
Youth Auxiliary Officers are the link between the DYA to the communities manifested. They support and encourages youth groups, community projects and other avenues of personal development.