Youth Champion Applicants

Yee Jie Leow, Singapore
not available
Rue Hong Teo, Singapore
not available
Angela Maria Herrera Puyana, Colombia
not available
Barani Ganapathi, Australia
not available
Deodorant de Araujo Jeronimo, East Timor
not available
Elise Saade, Belgium
not available
Ronnie John Barrientos, Philippines
not available
M. Farid Alharsi, Indonesia
not available
Nurul Sakinah, Indonesia
not available
Shu Hui Michelle Lim, Singapore
not available
Angela Maria Herrera Puyana, Colombia
not available
Kablan Marie-Ella, Cote d'Ivoire
not available
Manish Gautam, Nepal
not available
Tomás Salvador Marchetta, Argentina
not available
Mariana Soto, Mexico
not available
Marion Champoux-Pellegrin, Bangladesh
not available
Sambath Mom, Cambodia
not available
Radha Rani Singh, Singapore
not available
Noelia del Carmen Gómez Serrano, Costa Rica
not available
Princess Christine A. Talaran, Philippines
not available
Qi Yin Wong, Singapore
not available
Sothikun Sarn, Cambodia
not available
Maria Sol Cacciamani, Argentina
not available
Stephanie Claus, United States
not available
Saw Wunna, Myanmar
not available
Belle Frances Timosa, Philippines
not available
Tony Hor, Cambodia
not available
Trang Ha, Viet nam
not available
Chanvoitey Horn, Cambodia
not available
Herman Ong, Singapore
not available
Nilva Umaira, Indonesia
not available
Clifford Kwok Yao Yang, Singapore
not available
Memel-Ly Nolive Daniel, Senegal
not available
Maxime Doumgo E-Ouadai, Chad
not available
Raden Tri Nur Wirano B Gatot G, Singapore
not available
San Hkawn, Myanmar
not available

The SafeYouth@Work MEDIA COMPETITION and the SafeYouth@Work Congress are key components of the SafeYouth@Work PROJECT – a global project undertaken with support from U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking. The Project seeks to help create safer workplaces for young workers and help build a culture of prevention on occupational safety and health (OSH).


This material does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor and Human Trafficking, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the United States Government.