Vox Tua’s primary responsibilities as a non-profit organization include the following:

  • Develop after-school programs and projects that enrich and empower the education and cultural environment of all youth.
  • Develop and implement innovative projects that promote diversity, entrepreneurship, gender equality, equal resources to all, and community ownership.
     
  • Empower underprivileged or at-risk youth to build a positive sense of themselves through community-based activities.
  • Engage youth to become active participants in the social, political, and economic decision-making process that impacts their quality of life.
  • Improve the learning of English through hands-on activities that strengthen their cognitive skills and personal traits.
  • Develop media outlets where youth can be vocal about issues such as: HIV/AIDS, LGBTIQ+ rights, gender inequality, freedom of press and speech, climate change, food production, and many more.
  • Support the mental health needs of youth.
  • Educate youth about stigmas or misconceptions they might have about topics such as: HIV/AIDS, the LGBTIQ+ community, people with mental health issues, people of color or minorities, and many others.

Vox Tua’s main goals for 2019-2021 are:

  • Promote interactive learning methodology.
  • Encourage the acquisition of new knowledge that is not part of the standard curriculum in most schools.
  • Create new learning approaches that focus on critical thinking and teamwork.
  • Promote and support life-long-skills learning.
  • Inspire young people to improve their quality of life by acquiring knowledge that they choose to help them develop their own point of view.
  • Promote inclusion and diversity among the youth community.
  • Increase the engagement of young people in the process of making political, social and economic decisions.
  • Promote trust and unity among young people.
  • Encourage professional and ethical investigative journalism.
  • Support fair and well-researched
  • Encourage young people to develop grass-roots journalism in their communities and share it on social media platforms.
  • Develop leadership skills seminars and conferences.
  • Support the LGBTIQ+ community.
  • Develop programs and educational materials to educate people about the LGBTIQ+ community.
  • Develop campaigns targeted at reducing stigma against people with HIV/AIDS and mental health issues.
  • Educate youth and their parents about mental health.
  • Promote healthy living through social media campaigns and seminars.