POTS making a difference in Berbice

Prevention of Teenage Suicide (POTS) Guyana has some dynamic and dedicated young people in the country who are currently engaged in an outreach called ‘Be The One To’ campaign, targeting the Berbice county for its high suicide rates.

The non-governmental organisation (NGO) was initially founded by its president and Guyanese artiste, Lisa Punch in 2014 and became her platform for the Miss World ‘Beauty with a Purpose’ segment when she represented Guyana in 2015 at the international leg.

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