Remembering Yves Renard

Remembering Yves Renard

The Caribbean Region has lost a true stalwart and environmental sustainability champion, Yves Renard. Yves first came to public attention in the Eastern Caribbean in the early 1980s when he spearheaded the Eastern Caribbean Natural Area Management Programme (ECNAMP). Based in Saint Lucia, he worked with government agencies, community interests and resource users to promote […]

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 Samoa Outlines Vision As New AOSIS Chair

Samoa Outlines Vision As New AOSIS Chair

 A New Era of Island Leadership: The influential negotiating bloc of small island developing States is now helmed by a Pacific country, after official handover by Antigua and Barbuda. At a special Plenary meeting on Monday 30th January, 2023 featuring the official handover ceremony, the reigns of leadership of the Alliance of Small Island States […]

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 Republic Bank Unveils The East Caribbean PMAD Partners For 2023

Republic Bank Unveils The East Caribbean PMAD Partners For 2023

Under the theme ‘Enabling Sustainable Futures- Be The One To Make The Change”, Republic Bank on Wednesday January 25th unveiled its 2023 Power To Make A Difference (PMAD) partners within the East Caribbean Territories.  PMAD is Republic Bank’s overarching social investment programme built on the knowledge that the bank has the power to make a difference by empowering […]

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 CEO of a Regional Recruitment Service Lauds Continued Women’s Empowerment Programmes

CEO of a Regional Recruitment Service Lauds Continued Women’s Empowerment Programmes

The CEO of a regional recruitment service is lauding ongoing efforts to support women’s employability, skills development and empowerment as the Caribbean continues recovering from the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Women have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic around the world, and it’s hit hard in many Caribbean countries, where it’s not uncommon for […]

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 Latin America and Caribbean can be at the forefront of global food and agriculture, provided it first tackles hunger and inequality

Latin America and Caribbean can be at the forefront of global food and agriculture, provided it first tackles hunger and inequality

FAO Director-General points to priority areas for action to heads of state and government at regional CELAC forum  Latin America and the Caribbean “can and must step up” to address increasing hunger and inequality rates in the region, a role that would move them “to the forefront of global food and agriculture” – this was […]

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 West Indies Women go under to South Africa Women

West Indies Women go under to South Africa Women

The West Indies Women suffered a 10-wicket defeat to South Africa Women in the fourth T20 International of the Women’s Tri-Series at Buffalo Park. Hayley Matthews 34(26) and Shabika Gajnabi 33(34) posted a 61-run partnership as West Indies Women posted 97/6 (20 overs). Tumi Sekhukhune was the pick of the South African bowlers, finishing with […]

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 Employment opportunity with Bees Incorporated

Employment opportunity with Bees Incorporated

Employment Opportunity Bees Incorporated requires for immediate employment two (2) honest, able-bodied, and responsible persons to undertake servicing of its vending machines (drink/snack). The individuals will be required to work a six-day week (and sometimes on public holidays) topping machines, cash withdrawals, storeroom operations, cleaning and first line maintenance of the machines, and related tasks. […]

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