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CWSA WHITE GOODS COLLECTION BEGINS

The Solid Waste Management Unit in the Central Water and Sewerage Authority (CWSA) is embarking on another cycle of its free White Goods Collection Service. The service, which commenced in September 2011, has been conducted twice yearly in the months of February and September. The collection service commenced today and the CWSA is advising persons… Continue Reading →

DELF AND ENHANCING FRENCH IN SVG

The Ministry of Education has said it is continuing to work closely with the Alliance Française to enhance the teaching and learning of French here. This assurance came from Education officials during the opening this morning of a four-day Training Workshop for French Teachers at three pilot schools: the St. Vincent Girls High School, the… Continue Reading →

Human Development Service Delivery Project

The Human Development Service Delivery Project will be officially launched tomorrow February 13th 2018, with financing from the World Bank’s International Development Association for the implementation of Project. Designed to strengthen the quality of service delivery in education, The project is expected improve the efficiency of social protection systems; and to improve the effectiveness of… Continue Reading →

NEMO WORKSHOP

Representatives from Government Agencies and Community Emergency Response Teams will be provided with knowledge and skills needed to make assessments following a disaster. The individuals will be involved in two Damage Assessment Workshops today and tomorrow spearheaded by the National Emergency Management Organization. The Initial Damage Assessment Workshop which is being held today, will mainly… Continue Reading →

MENTAL HEALTH VALENTINES PROGRAM

The Mental Health Rehabilitation Centre says it is currently preparing to hold a major activity dubbed “A Flower for Family”, this Wednesday February 14th, Valentine’s Day. Acting Senior Nursing Officer (SNO) at the Mental Health Rehabilitation Centre, Elizabeth Medford said patients at the Centre often experience loneliness because they are abandoned by relatives and friends…. Continue Reading →