A three-member Vincentian delegation, led by St. Vincent and the Grenadines Ambassador to the United States Lou-Anne Gilchrist, paid a visit to Martha’s Vineyard earlier this month. The delegation also included Consul General, Howie Prince and Trade and Investment Promotions Officer at the Consulate of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in New York, Mrs. Bernadette… Continue Reading →
Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation, NEMO, Howie Prince says one hundred and fifteen persons are still residing in shelters across the country, following the passing of the December 2013 trough system. Mr. Prince made the disclosure, during an exclusive interview with NBC news this morning. He however noted that most of the persons… Continue Reading →
Director of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) Howie Prince has reiterated that the response and recovery efforts have to be conducted in an organized manner. He made this statement during a recent news briefing which was held to update the nation on the progress of the efforts the flooding and landslides which occurred on… Continue Reading →
Director of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO), Howie Prince commended the members of the West St George Youth Group for Progress and Development for their donation to the national relief and recovery efforts. He said it is always a proud moment when the nation’s youths get involved in matters of national development.
The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) says it will continue to work closely with the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Red Cross to ensure that all persons who were affected by the Christmas Eve natural disaster receive assistance. Speaking at a recent News Briefing, Director of NEMO, Howie Prince said it will cost the Government… Continue Reading →
Director of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO), Howie Prince said the national recovery effort is progressing reasonably well. Mr. Prince gave this assessment, during remarks at a ceremony held at the Kingstown Port on Friday, following the arrival of humanitarian supplies aboard the Dumont D’urville. He said NEMO ell be applying the lessons learnt… Continue Reading →
Additional relief supplies are scheduled to arrive at the E.T. Joshua Airport this afternoon for persons affected by the December floods. The supplies will be transported by an American aircraft and are expected to arrive at about one-thirty this afternoon. This follows the arrival yesterday at the Kingstown Port of 20 tons of humanitarian supplies… Continue Reading →