An agreement for the implementation of a Craft Enhancement Project was signed here this morning by the organization of American states and the Ministry of Tourism Sports and Culture.
Speaking at the signing ceremony Country Representative for the OAS Melene Glynn said the project is funded by the OAS Special Multilateral Fund for Integral Development known as FEMCIDI.
Mrs. Glynn said the project will be implemented over a two year period at a cost of 398-thousand US dollars.
Meanwhile … Director of Planning in the Central Planning Division Laura Anthony-Browne said the project which makes provision for craft enhancement and business planning training is part of a broader strategy for national development.
The project will be implemented in seven Caribbean countries.