Centre of Youth and Family and Guardianship Board BES conclude a new cooperation agreement

Centre for Youth and Families Bonaire, on the Centre for Youth and Families on the Winward Islands, and the Guardianship board BES signed a new cooperation agreement on 25th of July 2016.

Due to a growing chain, there is a need for uniform work method and a good cooperation with the Public Entity is very important. Also the input from the inspection on Youth Care requires defined clarity and established agreements. Berry Duckers, director of JGCN/CYF, Ingrid Sealy, content manager of JGCN/CYF and Curvin George, director of the Guardianship Board BES have again came to an agreement so that there is a strong foundation for collaboration. The coordinators of both organizations: Paul Veira, Milanou Koeks, Felicia Schmidt and Tamara Martie has been closely involved in this process. They will ensure implementation on the islands of Caribbean Netherlands.

Curvin George, director of the Guardianship Board BES and Ingrid Sealy, content manager of JGCN/CYF  accompanied by employees of both organizations, have again come to an agreement resulting in a strong foundation for collaboration.  (Photo RCN)
Curvin George, director of the Guardianship Board BES and Ingrid Sealy, content manager of JGCN/CYF accompanied by employees of both organizations, have again come to an agreement resulting in a strong foundation for collaboration.
(Photo RCN)

Both Youth Care CN/CFY as Guardianship BES are going through important internal changes with the aim to improving the quality of work and working conditions of the employees. The efforts to establish a well-tuned cooperation aims to improve service and assistance to children, parents and the network on the islands of the Caribbean Netherlands.

Press release RCN

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