Join Vision on Mission in the “People Can Change” Movement

Vision On Mission’s “People Can Change” Movement is a non-political movement leading up to a THOUSAND STRONG march in Trinidad and Tobago in December of 2014. This movement is an initiative conceptualised by Founder/Executive President, Wayne Chance, implemented by Vision On Mission and will only be impactful with the support of our nation. With crime

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Wayne Chance to give address on World Human Rights Day

Wayne Chance to give address on World Human Rights Day United Nations celebrate Human Rights Day on Tuesday, 10th December, 2013. I, as a United Nations Representative under the DPI unit of the U.N., am expected to share on the rights of an inmate…. here are some of the areas I will be looking at…

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Annual Christmas Cheer at Carrera Island Prison

Annual Christmas Cheer at Carrera Island Prison On Sunday December 1st, Vision On Mission Directors and staff had its Annual Christmas Cheer at Carrera Island Prison – 300 inmates were in attendance, the inmates put on a production in honor of Wayne Chance, they literally made tears flow from my eyes, it touched my heart.

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VOM & UNDP

VOM & UNDP There is a renewed thrust now in agriculture, not only here in Trinidad and Tobago, but also internationally. Nations are wondering, because of the global financial crisis whether or not they will be able to feed their nations and be self-sustainable. VOM is prepared to be a part of the agricultural initatives

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2nd Awards Ceremony and Inauguration of VOM Board of Directors

2nd Awards Ceremony and Inauguration of VOM Board of Directors On the 31st January, 2011 at the 2nd Awards Ceremony and Inauguration of their Board of Directors, the Honourable Kamla Persad-Bissessar quotes; “Vision On Mission, I’m advised, is an NGO that was founded by Mr. Wayne Chance, a former prisoner, who was able to find

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VOM and the Ministry of National Security

VOM and the Ministry of National Security Hundreds of ex-prisoners exit the prison system every year after they have completed their sentences. Statistics have proven that without any rehabilitative intervention the risk of these ex-inmates recidivising would increase. Vision On Mission has an extensive relationship with the TT Prison Pre-Release Program which allows the organization

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VOM and T&T Prison Service

VOM and T&T Prison Service We inspire and train inmates through modules designed to improve their chances of not practicing a continuous life of crime and recidivism, connecting them to the larger world of reintegration and rehabilitation. Our staff, volunteers, practicum students and board of directors range from counselors, social workers, law enforcement officials, farmers,

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VOM & Partners of the Americas

VOM & Partners of the Americas William Latchman, president of Partners of Americas Trinidad Chapter is also the Chairman of Vision On Mission (VOM). VOM is linked to Partners of America and is a member of that organization. Partners of America recently launched the Youth Ambassador Programme which will see (13) students and (2) mentors

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VOM & GEF

VOM & GEF This project addresses two (2) of the GEF focal areas – Persistent Organic Pollutants and Land Degradation. Sustainable agriculture will be promoted through training and capacity building in organic and bio-dynamic farming methods in the Chickland community in the Central mountain range of Trinidad. The project aims to eliminate the use of

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