Korey Anthony Chisholm's Blog (6)

Youth rises above rape, HIV+ status to become rights advocate

Weathering a slew of bad experiences, 24-year-old Korey Anthony Chisholm has been able to take the negatives in his life and turn them into positives, displaying resilience beyond his years. Korey is no ordinary young man. In fact, if he had allowed what life has thrown at him to get the better of him he would not have been here today. But instead he planted his feet firmly on the ground, seemingly made stronger by adversity.



Brutally raped by two men at the age of 16, becoming…

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Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on November 11, 2011 at 12:55pm — 4 Comments

Building Trust, Mobilising Communities and Sustaining Response through SALT - Volunteer Youth Corps Young Leaders Club

Building Trust, Mobilising Communities and Sustaining Response through SALT - Volunteer Youth Corps Young Leaders Club by Korey Anthony Chisholm – National UN Volunteer

When young people get organized at the community level, have an open and fair representation in the ‘organisations and youth projects’, have access to information, hold genuine dialogue sessions among themselves and with the grown-ups, and use participatory approaches in their…

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Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on April 28, 2011 at 8:58am — 2 Comments

ICC and UNAIDS celebrate partnership and look to future

At the meeting, UNAIDS Youth Intern Korey Chisholm spoke of how sport can be a force for change through breaking down age barriers and building self-esteem. He thanked the ICC for replacing stigma with support. UNAIDS Intern Shashank Mane, from India, also shared his thoughts on the partnership:

(from left): International Cricket Council President David Morgan, UNAIDS Intern Shashank Mane, UNAIDS…
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Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on March 10, 2011 at 7:26am — 4 Comments

Intervention on Education, HIV and young people

Honorable Ministers, dear delegates all, I come from Guyana and I am currently a Special Youth Fellow for UNAIDS Special Youth Programme in Geneva. I am very active in my country, acting for several associations and organizations.It is a great honor to give an intervention on education, HIV and young people. I feel education is not only the key to prevention of HIV transmission, but vital to treatment, care and support for universal access for young people. A…

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Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on March 10, 2011 at 7:00am — 5 Comments

What we learn from the self-assessments, river diagram and stairs diagram.

What we Learn in Guyana from the Self Assessments, River and the Stairs Diagrams

  • Self Assessment Framework: Helps us to access how well we re doing now, what levels we're at, and to set targets for the future.

  • The River Diagram: Helps us compare our performance and progress with others…
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Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on February 9, 2010 at 7:26pm — 2 Comments

People Living with HIV Self-Assessment for AIDS Competence

The People Living with HIV Self- Assessment was very inspiring. Their were so much stories and great dreams sheared on how person have overcome the problems to have great strengths today which was a learning experiences for the other members of the group. The assessment showed how the community felt base on their strengths and we were able to zoom in on what was right and how we can move as a group. Conversations were stimulated on how people living with HIV act or react to various situations… Continue

Added by Korey Anthony Chisholm on February 9, 2010 at 3:00am — 3 Comments

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