Tag Archives: Discussion

Constitutional Reform Becomes A Topic Of Discussion For Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves At International Conference

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves addressed the issue of Constitutional Reform at an International Conference in Jamaica yesterday. The Prime Minister was the keynote speaker at the Conference where he looked at this country’s attempt at Constitutional Reform. The conference was organized by Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies {SALISES} in collaboration… Continue Reading →

Endometriosis – Interface Programme Discussion

Early diagnosis has been identified as critical in addressing the medical condition called endometriosis. That’s according to President of the Trinidad and Tobago Endometriosis Association Abeesha Toussaint, who discussed aspects of the disease during NBC’s Interface Programme this morning. Miss Toussaint said the condition affects manly the pelvic area of women. Miss Toussaint said women… Continue Reading →

Universal Health Coverage Discussion Here Today

A National Strategy for Universal Health Coverage, will be discussed at a consultation set to take place here today. The forum will be attended by representatives from the Public and Private Sectors, as well as Financial Institutions and Insurance Companies. The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment will be collaborating with the Pan American… Continue Reading →

Vincentian Diaspora Business Organization Discussion

A special meeting to discuss the establishment of a Vincentian Diaspora Business Organization or a Chamber of Commerce will be held next month. The meeting scheduled for Saturday June 9th, is targeting Vincentian Business Owners, Business Professionals, Business Students and other persons in New York. The Meeting is organized by three major organizations: The St…. Continue Reading →

Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment Discussion

Close to two thousand Grade Six Pupils from Primary Schools across the country will write the external component of the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment or CPEA later this month. According to Bernadette Greaves, who is responsible for Exams and Assessment in the Ministry of Education, one thousand, nine hundred and forty eight pupils will write… Continue Reading →